Today’s Church News Ireland (seen at http://www.churchnewsireland.org/wp-content/uploads/CNI-MARCH-3.pdf) comes to you thanks to the hard work of: Marie Louise Connolly, of The Irish News for the article, “West Belfast priest thanks those who came to his aid when he collapsed during bike ride” – See the original article here https://www.irishnews.com/news/2021/03/01/news/west-belfast-priest-thanks-those-who-came-to-his-aid-when-he-collapsed-during-bike-ride-2239177/ Gillian Anderson, of the Belfast Telegraph, for the article “Council call to preserve Irish hymn writer’s home”. See the original article at https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/council-call-to-preserve-northern-ireland-hymn-writers-home-40141968.html The World Council of Churches for the article “WCC invites youth to Stewards Programme for 11th Assembly in 2022”. See the original at https://www.oikoumene.org/news/wcc-invites-youth-to-stewards-programme-for-11th-assembly-in-2022 The Telegraph Obituaries for … Continue reading Church News Ireland brought to you by the hard work of journalists. Credit is due to them.
CNI – Church News Ireland is portrayed online by its compiler, the Very Rev. Dr Houston McKelvey OBE QVRM TD as a magazine. To my mind that makes Dr McKelvey a publisher. Whilst it is clear that magazines publish articles not always written by their publishers, it is customary to give credit to those that do write them. This does not appear to be being done in CNI. Much of the content appears to be “lifted” from news reports published elsewhere, but without references to the original place of publication, nor to the original author. This feels like he is … Continue reading More professionalism needed by publisher of Church News Ireland
For all small businesses and individuals who use digital or photographic images on the web, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) this week launched its latest copyright notice. It also provides advice for people who may find their own images being … Continue reading IPO launches new copyright guidance for UK