November’s Irish Media Movements

29.11.19

November 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.

Niall McGarry has left Irish his role at Maximum Media

Niall McGarry has stepped down from his Irish role at Maximum Media after click farm controversy, and will now be involved with the UK operations.

Kiss Magazine has relaunched as Kiss.ie

Kiss magazine has relaunched after five years of closure in the online form of Kiss.ie.

Fiachra Ó Cionnaith has joined RTÉ News and Current Affairs

Fiachra Ó Cionnaith has left his role as Political Correspondent at the Irish Examiner and has joined RTÉ News and Current Affairs as a journalist.

The Business Post has acquired a portfolio of Irish magazines.

Business Post Media Group has acquired a magazine portfolio including Irish Tatler, Food & Wine and Auto Ireland.

Barry Cummins has joined RTÉ News and Current Affairs

Barry Cummins has joined RTÉ News and Current Affairs as a Security Correspondent for RTÉ Prime Time.

Laura Byrne has left Storyful for TheJournal.ie

Laura Byrne has left her position as Senior Journalist at Storyful to join TheJournal.ie as an Assistant News Editor.

Sebastian Hamilton has left The Irish Daily Mail

Sebastian Hamilton has left his position as Group Editor of the Irish Daily Mail as part of a restructuring of the company. Conor O’Donnell has taken over this position.

The Sunday Business Post has rebranded to Business Post

30 years after the first edition of the paper, the Sunday Business Post has rebranded to Business Post.

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