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We are pleased to announce that, Willie O'Reilly, CDir, Chairman of iRadio and a Board Director of The Irish Cancer Society, will address 'Irish Media: We’re not in Kansas anymore'.
The only constant is change and digitisation has accelerated change across the Irish media industry. We live in an age where the rise of digital giants pose existential threat to our local services. Is it all to our benefit or are there dark clouds ahead? What should we prize and have we any power to preserve it? Join the conversation.
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This event takes place on Thursday, 21st March, at 12:45pm in the National Concert Hall, Dublin 2.
Registration and sandwiches at 12:45pm sharp with discussion and Q&A from 1:00pm-1:50pm.
This event is fully booked but if you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is a question you would like to ask in advance, please let us know by emailing Lisa Sweeney email@example.com or feel free to raise your questions or comments on the day. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please note that your attendance is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email from us.
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CDir, Chairman of iRadio, and Board Director of The Irish Cancer Society
Willie has spent more than 35 years in the media industry as a producer, managing director and director. He has worked for Today FM, Emap Plc, Communicorp and until 2018 was Group Commercial Director of RTÉ. He is currently chairman of iRadio and a board director of The Irish Cancer Society. He is a past President of The Institute of Directors in Ireland and is a Chartered Director.
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