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|Owner(s)||Ormond Quay Publishing Ltd.|
|Headquarters||6 Ormond Quay Upper
Village is an Irish current affairs magazine founded by Vincent Browne. It was launched in October 2004 and was published weekly. Its initial directors included Barbara Nugent, Terry McManus, Michael Smith along with Browne.
On 27 November 2008, it was relaunched under a new editor Michael Smith, a former investor in the magazine, and published by Ormond Quay Publishing Limited. It is currently published on a monthly basis with a stringent leftist editorial filter. The only right-wing commentator writing for the magazine is well-known economist Constantin Gurdgiev who writes the 'Interloper' column. Village's editorial board comprises Michael Smith, Niall Crowley, Bride Rosney and Joan Fitzpatrick. Former Green Party leader John Gormley is a contributing editor.
Journalists who have contributed to the magazine include the former Irish Times Columnist John Waters, Conor Brady (now Garda Ombudsman), health journalist Sara Burke (who served as Managing Editor), Frank Connolly and, briefly, Justine McCarthy (now with the Irish Independent).
- "Journalist launches new magazine, Saturday 10th October 2004". The Irish Times. 2004-10-10. Retrieved 2009-09-04.
- Former An Taisce boss buys 25% of Browne’s Village magazine by Susan Mitchell, Business Post, December 19, 2004.
- "Village Magazine relaunched, 27/11/08". Village. Archived from the original on 21 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-09-04.
- "Dissenting Village voice says Browne has failed". Irish Independent. 2008-03-23.
- ""Ganley Resolves proceedings against "Village", 11/02/2009 "". Irish Times. 2009-02-02. Retrieved 2009-09-04.
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