September saw a number of changes across Irish media with the announcement of the launch of a new online publication as well as 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:
The Currency has launched its online publication
The Currency launched its subscription only publication on Wednesday, September 25, giving its members unique access to long form content focusing on business, finance, economics and public policy.
.@TheCurrency_ a media outlet went live yesterday–congratulations folks!
At MediaHQ, we have thousands of media contacts in our database helping you to make the news by getting your story to the right contact the first time.
Visit our website here; https://t.co/6ZecifL0Y1
— MediaHQ (@mediahqnews) September 26, 2019
Xposé to cease broadcasting after 12 years on air
Xposé will cease broadcasting on Friday, October 4 after 12 years on air providing its audience with the latest in fashion and beauty.
Sad to see it go! https://t.co/yiHfzue5iE
— VIP Magazine (@VIPmagaz) September 24, 2019
Eva Hall joined Image Magazine
Eva Hall is the former News Editor for Extra.ie and has this month moved to Image Magazine as Branded Content Editor.
Eoin Murphy left DMG
Eoin Murphy has left his role as Entertainment Editor at the Irish Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Extra.ie after eight years with these publications to pursue a new venture.
A bit of news today as after eight great years working with the Irish Mail, Mail on Sunday and https://t.co/j3CFE5jtID I finish up. pic.twitter.com/4enrrrLZ9c
— Eoin Murphy (@eoinmurphy22) September 20, 2019
Michael Cogley left the Sunday Independent
Michael Cogley has left the Sunday Independent and will take a break from journalism to travel around South East Asia.
After five years in journalism I’m taking a break to travel south east Asia. Leaving behind a fantastic team in @TheSundayIndo, particularly @SMcCaughren and @Fearghaloc. Naturally enough I have burned immediately! pic.twitter.com/t0xUSKK1Ox
— Michael Cogley (@michaelcogley) September 23, 2019
Virgin Media launched Virgin Media Sport Tonight
Presented by BBC ‘Match of the Day’ commentator Conor McNamara, Virgin Media Sport Tonight airs every Monday and Friday on Virgin Media One.
BRAND NEW: Virgin Media Sport Tonight, bringing you all the day's sports news with debate and analysis by their panel of experts
This Friday at 11pm on Virgin Media One #SportTonight #VMSport pic.twitter.com/jX4k4dq5Mw
— Virgin Media One (@VirginMedia_One) September 10, 2019
Mairead Ronan replaced Muireann O’Connell
Mairead Ronan has taken over from Muireann O’Connell as presenter of Today FM’s Lunchtime show.
We're getting close now – kicking off show one from 12 today!
💛 @cocomairead https://t.co/c2ncXafNzf pic.twitter.com/GhVBAhYAWE
— Today FM (@TodayFM) September 16, 2019
Joe.ie launched new business show ‘All In.’
Joe.ie has launched a new panel-based business show ‘All In’ which is presented by Web Summit’s Yvonne Redmond and produced by Patrick Haughey.
🚨OUR BRAND NEW BUSINESS SHOW🚨
⏱Goes live tomorrow morning
🤝Backed by @AIBBiz
🔥Show 1 featuring @CarterMarissa @MrNiallMcGarry and @MarkLittleNews #AllinBusinesshttps://t.co/6YOTyjkmWI
— JOE.ie (@JOEdotie) August 27, 2019
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