Irish media competitors must see bigger picture
Resigning ourselves to the idea that journalism will eventually die and there is nothing we can do about it is, frankly, embarrassingly lazy
Journalism has historically been quick to tear itself apart. Newspapers have been declaring their own death for decades. Unfounded gossip floats from newsroom to newsroom claiming that one media organisation is close to closure, or a huge redundancy scheme, or a cholera epidemic.
Journalists often hop on the mistakes or misfortunes of others, dragging out stories about their rivals for days and weeks (sometimes warranted, sometimes not). Most of it is in the spirit of...
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Tom Maguire: Tax changes we make now could help business for years
The way we did business a few months ago may never return – so the opportunity is to make changes that will both aid recovery and set us up well for our new futures