Saturday December 14, 2019

Read between the lies: Who controls the journalism agenda?

How much of what you read is dictated by public relations and corporate agendas?

10th April, 2016
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Catherine Heaney, founder and managing director of DHR Media Picture: Fergal Phillips

Last month, BBC News 24 reported that a groom on his stag party, travelling with Ryanair from Luton to Bratislava, had whipped out his penis and spun it around while shouting: “I don’t care, if we crash, I have a helicopter.”

Hilarious (or disturbing) as this story might be, it never actually happened. BBC News had learned that a flight had been diverted because of rowdy stags and put out a call...

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