It is tempting to think of the words ‘horse’, ‘stable door’ and ‘bolted’ when reading the media merger guidelines published by the Minister for Communications, Alex White, on Thursday. The reality is more complex, but not necessarily more palatable.
Although the media landscape in Ireland has been altered out of all recognition in recent years by the growth of digital media, Irish experience – in common with that of...
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