Echo’s Echo

Friday, December 23, 2005

Transcript

Since 1928, the New York-based newspaper Irish Echo has chronicled the lives of Irish immigrants and their descendants. But as the economy of the “Celtic Tiger” booms, some Irish-Americans are returning to the motherland. And so for the first time in its history, the Irish Echo is now being printed and distributed in the Emerald Isle. Brooke talks to the editor Sean MacCarthaigh about his paper’s homecoming.

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