Tag: Journalism

Public’s right to know should be accompanied by sensitive reporting

Public’s right to know should be accompanied by sensitive reporting

| April 21, 2017

  ACCURATE and sensitive reporting of stories involving issues of mental health, suicides and murder suicides, has been called for by a mother who lost her two young daughters and husband in a murder suicide. Una Butler lost her two daughters Zoe (6) and Ella (2) and her husband John (43) in a murder suicide in […]

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Limerick homecoming for top international journalist

Limerick homecoming for top international journalist

| March 20, 2015

Award-winning BBC Foreign Correspondent Fergal Keane will give a public lecture on the challenges facing the media in the University of Limerick on Thursday, March 26. The distinguished Cork-born journalist has covered most of the global war zones over the past 25 years and won several awards for his fearless reporting – including an OBE […]

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Dobson appointed professor at UL

Dobson appointed professor at UL

| June 25, 2014

RTÉ’s news anchor and broadcast journalist, Bryan Dobson, has joined the University of Limerick as Adjunct Professor of Journalism on a three year honorary term but will still broadcast for the State public service. THE University of Limerick announced that the RTÉ News anchor would take up his role from September 1 next. Mr Dobson, […]

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Technology forcing the pace of media change.

Technology forcing the pace of media change.

| November 7, 2013

By Andrew Carey WHILE technology is dictating how news is delivered in the age of digital media, good storytelling and quality journalism will stand out on any news platform, according to Irish Times editor Kevin O’Sullivan. Presenting the Irish Times Journalism award to University of Limerick student Ruth O’Shaughnessy for her work on the implementation […]

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