David Puttnam

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A section of the attendance at the National Media Conference in partnership with The Irish Times at Trinity College, at the weekend. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Ireland is better served than the UK by its media and journalists – and much better than the USA, academy award-winning film producer and now new medi(...)

Lord Puttnam speaking at a Dublin Chamber Business Breakfast hosted by The Irish Times in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller / THE IRISH TIMES

Ireland must move on from the politics of the past and actively embrace a digitally-based future, according to Academy Award winning producer David Pu(...)

David Puttnam:  “Although the pace and the scale of change can at times be bewildering, the need to up our own game has become absolute.” (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Oscar winning producer, Lord David Puttnam, has warned that Europe must ride the digital age not drown in it with countries in the continent being urg(...)

The chairman of the Global Cork Economic Forum, John Mullins (left), outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London, inviting London-based Cork native Nick Howard of Amarenco Solar to the Global Cork Economic Forum

The inaugural Global Cork Economic Forum is taking place in Cork this Thursday, as part of the flagship Cork Gathering event Rebel Week.Greencore chie(...)

Film director Lenny Abrahamson: in conversation with Marketing.ie in Kinsale

Marketing.ie has launched Marketing.ie TV, a video gallery designed to bring more traffic to the website. To date, it features clips of Institute of A(...)

 Broadcaster Bill O’Herlihy giving the oration at the annual Michael Collins commemorations in Beal na Blath.Photograph: Provision.

The coming together of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil in some form would be the kind of dramatic “clean sweep idea” that inspired Michael Collins and his g(...)

“We have to separate very clearly the difference between the seduction of modern technology, which is a phenomenon of short duration, and the necessity of European education which goes right back to the Acropolis and Socrates,” Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn has said.

We should not get “seduced” by technology and fall into a “commercial trap” by providing the latest hardware to schools, Minister for Education Ruairí(...)

EU Commission vice-president Neelie Kroes with Lord David Puttnam  at the Digital Hub with Emmanuel Aliphon  and Ivan Cholakov from CBS Synge Street Dublin, participants in the Future Creators digital skills programme. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

“Easy enough”, was how Conor Parry (13) described to European commissioner Neelie Kroes a complex-looking film he had made on (...)

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