January’s Irish Media Movements

31.01.20

January saw a number of changes across Irish media with some high profile movements within the industry.

Below you can find a sample of some of the Irish media movements that have taken place throughout the month.

Aoife-Grace Moore has joined the Irish Examiner 

Aoife-Grace Moore has left her position as a journalist with the Press Association after 19 months to become a Political Correspondent for the Irish Examiner.

Kelly-Anne Byrne has left Today FM

Kelly-Anne Byrne has left her position as a presenter on Today FM after six years with the station. The final broadcast of ‘The Beat Goes On’ aired on Sunday, January 26.

Alan English has joined The Sunday Independent

Alan English has been appointed Editor of The Sunday Independent, taking over form Cormac Bourke, who has become Editor of The Independent and Independent.ie.

Louise McSharry has returned to RTE 2FM

Louise McSharry has returned to RTE 2FM from maternity leave. Louise presents Weekend Mornings with Louise McSharry, every Saturday and Sunday from 9 – 11 am.

Northern Woman is no longer in print

The publication of Northern Woman Magazine has ceased since December 2019.

Joe Leogue has left the Irish Examiner

Joe Leogue has left his position as a journalist with the Irish Examiner. Joe has taken up a position as a media and public relations officer in University College Cork.

Craig Hughes has joined the Irish Daily Mail

Craig Hughes has taken up the position of Political Correspondent for the Irish Daily Mail. Prior to this, Craig was a journalist with the Irish Mail on Sunday.

Tom Fitzpatrick has been appointed Editor of the Irish Examiner

Tom Fitzpatrick has taken up the role of Editor for the Irish Examiner. Tom was previously Head of Editorial Development for the publication.