Investing in the future of Irish language media

With broadcasting budgets squeezed, and more interest in speaking as Gaeilge, what is the future for Irish language media?

8th May, 2016
Róisín O’Hara, presenter of Róisín on TG4

Does Padraig Pearse’s phrase “tír gan teanga, tír gan anam” still ring true? Broadcaster Róisín O’Hara thinks it does.

O’Hara, who presents Róisín, a chat show on TG4, said that as English continues to become a global language, all minority languages are suffering.

Irish people need to think about how they would feel if Irish...

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