‘Mail’ publisher cuts jobs

Associated Newspapers Ireland to make about 10 redundancies from Dublin office

The managing director of Associated Newspapers Ireland, Paul Henderson, said in a statement the company does “not comment on staff matters”.  The company, owned by the UK publisher of the Daily Mail, employs about 140 people at its offices in Ballsbridge, Dublin.

The managing director of Associated Newspapers Ireland, Paul Henderson, said in a statement the company does “not comment on staff matters”. The company, owned by the UK publisher of the Daily Mail, employs about 140 people at its offices in Ballsbridge, Dublin.

 

Associated Newspapers Ireland, the publisher of the Irish Daily Mail , the Irish Mail on Sunday and website Evoke.ie, is to cut about 10 jobs from its Dublin office.

The redundancies are understood to affect production staff working on the group’s Saturday magazine You and its Sunday publication TV Week , with workers being informed of the cutbacks at a meeting on Thursday.

Readership
The supplements will continue to be published.

You magazine has a readership of 149,000 people, according to the latest figures from the Joint National Readership Survey, while TV Week is read by 216,000 people.

The managing director of Associated Newspapers Ireland, Paul Henderson, said in a statement the company does “not comment on staff matters”.

The company, owned by the UK publisher of the Daily Mail , employs about 140 people at its offices in Ballsbridge, Dublin.