Saturday April 4, 2020

Comment: Could Brexit boost Irish broadcasters?

British channels could face opt-out ad tax, writes Colette Sexton

12th July, 2016
Questions over opt-out advertising after Brexit Pic: Pixabay

Are you sick of Brexit? I’m sick of Brexit (Am I allowed to say that as a journalist? Oh well, too late now).

The unknown, the guessing, the perhaps this, or what if that, is driving me a bit mad.

Maybe Britain will vote a second time.

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