The College View joins the Media Production Society

February 16, 2022

It has been confirmed that The College View, DCU’s student newspaper, will become a new part of the Media Production Society. The amalgamation was signed off during an EGM of the Society in late January.


Journalists need to ask hard questions to get answers

February 10, 2021

“The Principles and purpose of journalism are defined by something more basic: The functions news plays in the lives of people”, written by American journalists Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel in The Elements of journalism. 


How The Post showcases the power of journalism

February 7, 2018

A newspaper’s first obligation is to the truth. It also has to be mindful not to put its future in jeopardy. So, what happens when you uncover a grave secret that the government have been


Mark Little and the Neva ending story

December 4, 2017

The first rule of journalism has always been verification. If the story isn’t true, then it isn’t a story. Based on the premise of verification, Mark Little founded Storyful in 2009 as a social intelligence


Trump press ban may lead to better journalism

March 8, 2017

The recent barring of certain media outlets from a White House press “gaggle” may have a positive impact on journalism in the long run, according to DCU communications lecturer, Declan Fahy.


On Journalism, Networked Advocacy and Post-Truth

January 5, 2017

Digital technologies and the pervasiveness and wide accessibility of the internet have fundamentally transformed the way journalists and advocates function. Because of the speed at which technology is advancing – and therefore the nature of

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Minority groups and modern media: a war of its own

November 16, 2016

The political turmoil between Western society and Islamic culture has fundamentally – and permanently – redefined modern journalistic practices, with every one of our well-favoured news outlets equally responsible for contributing to the European epidemic