De Wednesday Papers

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MORE to folly.

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

Thanks Garrett Rowe (Irish Times); Dermot Ahern (Irish Examiner); Geoff McGrath (Irish Daily Mail); Aran Brazil (Irish Sun); Patrick Conboy (Longford Leader) and Nick Sutton (UK papers)

5 thoughts on “De Wednesday Papers

    1. Kieran NYC

      As I posted a few hours too late on yesterday’s papers…

      There’s a difference between evidence being reported at trial and sensationalist headlines splashed all over print, radio and television in a “Look at her, the sick slut. Let’s all pore over her sex-life” kind of way.

      A moralistic, Catholic-guilt, holier-than-thou attitude to sex, especially sex that is considered outside the ‘norm’.

      Totally unnecessary and undignified.

      1. B Hewson

        What Catholic guilt about it. You would get the same tabloid cr&p in the UK or Germany

    2. Soundings

      Examiner selling 34,000 copies a day in the six months to December 2014. Probably down to 32,000 today. They’re drowning. Expect a lot more “revealed”, “exposed”, “secret” and sex-sells headlines in the near future.

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