Television

Phily McMahon documentary shows the devastating effects of drugs

November 14, 2018

“I never got a chance to share any of it with John. I’d give all my All-Ireland wins to still have him here with me today.” The work of the drugs court in Dublin was also a segment, with Judge Anne Ryan leading the judicial response to the drug crisis. The entire programme was efficient in highlighting what has become a health crisis here in Ireland.

Television

New RTÉ drama tackles Direct Provision

November 14, 2018

There are currently more than 5,000 asylum seekers in Ireland. The Irish mentality of, “we have to look after our own first” is echoed throughout society. The ground-breaking storytelling and narrative of taken down is showing us the struggle and suffering refugees in Ireland face.

Opinion

RTE’s newest recruits

November 15, 2017

Women shouldn’t have to beg for jobs because ‘women can do it too’, they should just be given it on merit, not because they are a woman.

Opinion

Understanding consent: it is okay to say no

November 16, 2016

Following the broadcast of author Louise O’Neill’s documentary ‘Asking for it’, opinion editor Shirley Donlon discusses the definition of consent and why it is so important to understand it.

Features

Why advertisements are restricted and monitored

April 20, 2016

Most of our days are spent surrounded by advertisements. Whether they are on television, radio, the internet, magazines or even just the posters surrounding us; they are always there.  It seems like a natural part

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Gaeilge

Éirí as na gCoimisinéirí

April 2, 2014

Cailleadh súntasacht an scéil seo trí easpa chlúdach ar RTÉ, rud a léiríonn fairsinge na faidhbe a bhí Ó Cuirreáin ag déileáil léi ar bhonn laethúil.

DCU News

Communications graduate scoops major radio award

October 9, 2013

DCU Communications Studies graduate Anne Marie Duffin has just scooped a major prize at the national radio awards, the ‘PPIs’. Sarah Curran chatted with her about her recent success.

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Clubs and Socs

Media professionals address DCU students for Media week

November 28, 2012

Leading RTE News Anchor, Bryan Dobson officially launched the Media Production Society’s Media Week by addressing media students last Monday. A wide range of media professionals came in to speak to students throughout the week,

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News

D.I.T and NUIG encourage more extra-curricular activity

October 12, 2011

Frances Mulraney This year D.I.T launch a new module, LEAD, to celebrate students’ extra-curricular activity. Not unlike the Uaneen module here in DCU, LEAD stands for lead, engage, achieve and develop and encourages students to