INM appoints Colm Kelpie as new Brexit correspondent
INM has appointed Colm Kelpie as its dedicated Brexit Correspondent to strengthen its coverage of Britain's decision to exit from the European Union.
Colm, who has been appointed as a Senior Business Correspondent specialising in Brexit, will continue in his role as business and economics correspondent, taking up the additional responsibility of coordinating INM's Brexit coverage.
INM Editor-in-Chief Stephen Rae said: "Brexit is the single most important issue affecting the Irish economy. It is vital that INM, as the biggest media player on the island, dedicate resources to comprehensively cover the issue for our readers and audiences. By appointing a full-time Brexit Correspondent we will be analysing, interpreting and bringing the big stories to our audiences in an authoritative way."
Colm has worked as a business and economics reporter for the Irish Independent since October 2012. He joined the newspaper in October 2011 as a news reporter.
Prior to that, he worked for four-and-a-half years as both a news reporter and a political reporter with the Press Association news agency, based in Dublin.
Colm began his career working as a reporter for People Newspapers in counties Wexford and Wicklow.
Originally from Derry, Colm was educated at St Columb's College, Derry.
He holds a BA in English and History and an MA in Journalism from the National University of Ireland, Galway.