Our media loves to probe, analyse and criticise all Irish institutions - except itself, writes Angela Long
There’s sport in plenty, crime in spades, politics (if you’re with the broadsheets) by the acre.
But one thing the reader finds sparse in the Irish media is reporting on the media itself.
Arguably, this is a big miss: doesn’t the media, new or old, influence our lives and thinking down to the most minute degree?
But self-analysis – or navel-gazing, as detractors might label it – is few and far between.Add a comment