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Technology forcing the pace of media change.

first_imgBy Andrew CareyWHILE 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 of the European Globalisation Fund programme at Dell, Mr O’Sullivan said that while news gathering was increasingly ‘digital first’, it didn’t mean the role of the newspaper was devalued.“We are, and will continue to be, in the business of breaking significant news but a core strength in our case will be interpretation. That’s what we feel we are good at. We will publish journalism in the public interest – and that might come at a cost,” he explained.In the new world of citizen journalism, Mr O’Sullivan said that tweeting first may not always be correct as it is still important to check all the facts.“The world has got very noisy in the media sense but good storytelling and quality journalism still stand out on any platform or channel… and are increasingly considered of value,” he continued.Addressing UL journalism students on the role of the journalist in the multimedia era, Mr O’Sullivan acknowledged that a cultural shift in tone was needed to respond to the change in reading and consumption patterns.Acknowledging that there would be winners and losers in the new media landscape, the Irish Times editor said that the world of journalism was still “exciting, chaotic and unrelenting”.He said that a vibrant curiosity, a sharp news sense and the ability to write and communicate with clarity are still highly valuable in the media business.Addressing the issue of how journalism will be financed in the future, he questioned whether or not the ‘paid content horse’ had bolted in that “the majority of consumers will never again consider news something they have to pay for”. Mr O’Sullivan added that “digital platforms are notable for their new and engaging informality, but for many traditional newspapers, that is a different country. A cultural shift in tone is required… a move to smart, fun, witty; basic and sophisticated all at the same time is required, it’s the digital way of doing content. There is no guarantee of media success in the current flux but fairness and rigorous adherence to facts are prerequisites for sound journalism,” Mr O’Sullivan concluded. Facebook Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Print WhatsApp Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Limerick on Covid watch list LifestyleArtsNewsTechnology forcing the pace of media change.By Guest Writer – November 7, 2013 553 center_img Linkedin TAGSChangefeaturedJournalismMediaNewsTechnology Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year No vaccines in Limerick yet Previous articleLimerick delegates meet with Michael DellNext articleShane figures to be removed Guest Writerhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Twitter Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow last_img read more

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HMS Bangor Docks in Glasgow

first_img View post tag: europe Sandown-Class mine hunter, HMS Bangor, sailed into Glasgow today (Friday July 18) for the start of a visit of almost three-weeks. HMS Bangor Docks in Glasgow View post tag: News by topic View post tag: docks The 52.7-metre ship, which usually makes her home at Faslane, took the short journey up the Clyde and to go alongside at Plantation Quay, next to the Glasgow Science Centre, where she will remain until Monday August 4.The ship will open to visitors every day from July 19 to August 3 – usually from 10am-5pm.Forming a backdrop to the BBC at The Quay festival village, as well as playing a starring role in the art spectacular Sound to Sea, the 450-tonne ship is alongside in a public engagement role and relishing the prospect.“We’ll be alongside at Glasgow Science Centre for 18 days and are particularly looking forward to welcoming the public on board,” said Lieutenant Commander Mike Carter Quinn, HMS Bangor’s commanding officer. “Although we are not part of the games at all, we know that there will be many visitors in Glasgow and are thoroughly looking forward to them stepping aboard our ship.On July 28, HMS Bangor will be joined by the Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities Royal Navy Unit patrol vessel HMS Pursuer, followed shortly afterwards on July 30 by Type 45 HMS Duncan. Royal Marines from 43 Commando will also be present with RIBs. Both Pursuer and the marines will also join HMS Bangor as part of Sound to Sea and visitors may see them practising on the river for their roles in the cultural extravaganza.After entering the ship lift refit building in Rosyth Dockyard in November 2013, HMS Bangor spent five months hoisted on chocks having a complete overhaul of her systems and hull. This has included a brand new paint job, first-of-class diesel generators and a new galley.Bangor emerged from the giant Rosyth shed and re-entered the water in April. After an intensive period of safety and material inspections the ship’s company moved back onboard in May. Although dwarfed by HMS Queen Elizabeth in the dock a few yards away, she now flies the White Ensign again and returned to her home on the Clyde at the beginning of July.Minehunter HMS Bangor is one of seven Sandown-class mine hunters based at HM Naval Base Clyde near Helensburgh. The hull and large amounts of the superstructure are built from glass reinforced plastic (GRP), ensuring a strong non-magnetic ship, fit to survive the shocks associated with minehunting activities.[mappress]Press Release, July 18, 2014; Image: UK Navy Authorities View post tag: Glasgowcenter_img View post tag: Navy July 18, 2014 Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Bangor Docks in Glasgow View post tag: HMS Bangor View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

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The Budi Foodie Foundation offers young people specialist training at world culinary institutes

first_imgAlthough a vocational school diploma is not a priority, it goes without saying that candidates must have previous experience in the field of gastronomy and hospitality and ambition and a desire to progress. The evaluation criterion will primarily be talent, followed by the relevance of experience and previous education and motivation. The Chef’s Stage gastronomic offer foundation is intended to finance the education of young gastronomic and catering talents at renowned culinary institutes such as the Basque Culinary Center, Cordon Bleu, Ferrandi in Paris or Intreccio in Italy. The holder of the Michelin star, the Croatian caterer Rudolf Štefan, founded the Budi Foodie Foundation with the aim of providing better education to young people in cooperation with the company Coca-Cola HBC Croatia. To apply, you need to fill out a form with personal information, attach a motivation letter and a letter of recommendation and, if desired, motivational video material. The following documents are posted on the page: http://chefsstage.com/budi-foodie-chefstage/ to 15.02.2019, and the winners will be announced on 19.03.2019. at the Chef’s Stage congress in Šibenik. From 18.01.2018. to 15.02.2019. a competition is held in which candidates aged 16 to 26 have the opportunity to win specialist training in world culinary institutions. It is important to note that the type of education and the institute are chosen on a personalized basis in order to best suit the characteristics of the candidate. last_img read more

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Ian Wright says Martin Keown was his most ‘intense’ team-mate at Arsenal

first_imgAdvertisement Martin Keown and Thierry Henry were team-mates for six years at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Ian Wright has revealed that Martin Keown was the most ‘intense’ footballer he ever played with in his career.Wright and Keown shared a dressing room for six seasons in north London and were also team-mates at international level with England from 1992 to 1998.Under the tutelage of legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, they won the Premier League title and the FA Cup together in the 1997/98 season before Wright left the Gunners to join West Ham that following summer. Advertisement Comment Keane was the most ‘intense’ player Wright ever faced (Picture: Getty)Wright says legendary former Manchester United captain Roy Keane was the most intense opposition player he ever came up against on a football field.The most intense I’ve played against would probably have to be Roy Keane,’ he added.‘Roy Keane was really intense. There was no let-up in his manner on the pitch when he was on there with Manchester United and this is why they won so much. This is why they were so revered. This is why they were so great. ‘Because he was a captain that didn’t let anybody rest on their laurels and he drove that team for many years. ‘He was majorly intense on the pitch.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsenal to submit bid to sign Feyenoord midfielder Orkun KokcuMORE: Dani Ceballos’ ‘goal’ is to return to Real Madrid at end of Arsenal loancenter_img Keown and Wright shared a dressing room at club and international level (Picture: Getty)The iconic striker would also go on to play for Nottingham Forest, Celtic and Burnley before hanging up his boots in 2000 but no player he played with came close to matching Keown on the field when it came to ‘intensity’.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We’re talking about no day off for him,’ Wright told Stadium Astro when asked to name his most ‘intense’ team-mate.‘In training he was exactly the same as how he played which is something I tried to take from his game because you can’t switch it on and off like a tap, the intensity that you have to play at Premier League level and international level.‘So if you can maintain a certain intensity, all the way through, whether it’s training or whatever you’re doing, even in friendlies. ‘Martin said to me you should continuously train like you play and he was majorly intense to the point where it was over-the-top intense.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalWright believes Keown is often ‘misunderstood’ as a result of the image he created for himself during his playing days.‘Martin was one of the friendliest men you could ever meet,’ Wright continued.‘And I think that when you here him doing his analysis, you can hear he’s very concise, a very intelligent bloke and maybe a bit misunderstood.’ Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 2 Jun 2020 3:06 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link437Shares Ian Wright says Martin Keown was his most ‘intense’ team-mate at Arsenallast_img read more

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CARIFTA Junior Chess tournament postponed

first_imgTHE Guyana Chess Federation (GCF) yesterday announced that with the increase of cases of COVID-19 throughout the region, a decision was made to postpone the April 10-13 CARIFTA Junior Chess Tournament, which was scheduled for Guyana. “We will be monitoring the progress of the pandemic with the hope of soon seeing a downward trend in the infection curve,” the Federation said in a release.The tournament hosted by the Guyana Chess Federation, in association with the Confederation of Chess for the Americas, was set to take place at the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel and attracted about 125 players from 10 Caribbean nations as well as Suriname.The organising committee has been in contact with the principle stakeholders who have expressed their full support for GCF’s decision and have agreed to extend the franchise to a later date.Guyana plans to field 100 players from six years old to 19 years old, all of whom have been training or playing development tournaments for the past few months. The majority of these players are the products of the Guyana Chess Federation’s Chess in Schools programme..Formal training sessions over the past weeks have been cancelled, but the National coaches have organised online training and online tournaments to keep players’ skills sharp.“We wish to assure all of our sponsors, players and their parents or caregivers that the 9th CARIFTA Junior Chess Championships will be held in Guyana and will be conducted with the health and safety of all players, delegates and officials as our primary priority,” the Chess Federation noted.The organising committee plans to use this time to review all arrangements, hopefully, to attract new sponsors and to provide extended training for our junior players.last_img read more

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