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 Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee  in Washington.  Twitter is to stop accepting political advertising globally on its platform. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

Twitter’s recent announcement that it will ban election ads for candidates and issues has been opposed by some who argue that a better option would be(...)

It feels safe to assume a correlation between newspaper consumption and age, then explain it by invoking the truism that people drift rightwards as they get older

If printed newspapers are your main source of news, you are more likely to self-identify as right of the political centre, not left of it. Is this su(...)

Irish Times online users are more likely to be left of centre than those who read the ‘traditional’ printed form. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The success of The Irish Times in building a subscriber base for its online news products could point to a public desire for quality Irish perspective(...)

Some 59 per cent said Irish media helped them understand the news of the day, which was well above the EU average of 48 per cent

More than a quarter of Irish news consumers decided not to share a news story in the last year because they doubted its accuracy, according to a digit(...)

According to research, many people in Ireland avoid the news as it has a ‘negative effect’ on their mood. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

You don’t have to be a journalist running into the warm embrace of a holiday to know that, sometimes, it is hard to avoid the news. The news follows u(...)

Minister for Communications Alex White will launch ‘FuJo’, the Institute of Future Media and Journalism, at DCU next month. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Journalists are “journos”. Journos who file stories and shoot video on their mobiles are sometimes called “mojos”. But what do you call the Institute (...)