Katie Molony

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Studio Media is the publisher of Irish Central.

Studio Media Group, which owns the Irish Central website and also has a stake in the publisher of the Business Post, has acquired Canadian technology (...)

May 2019 edition of ‘Irish Tatler’, the first under a ‘new vision’ for the print product, now owned by Irish Studio.

You don’t need a magnifying glass to detect the reasons why the mood in the women’s magazine sector hasn’t been especially glossy of late. The challen(...)

Irish Tatler has a new look, starting with its May 2019 edition.

Irish Tatler has launched “a new editorial direction” that includes a refreshed design, a celebrity-free cover and a greater focus on digital content (...)

Katie Molony, now co-chief executive, with Ciaran Casey, of media group Irish Studio.

Irish Studio, which owns the Irish Central site and magazine brands Irish Tatler and Food & Wine, has appointed Katie Molony and Ciaran Casey as (...)

Irish Studio: Media group owns websites, magazines and event businesses.

Media group Irish Studio, which owns the Irish Central site and magazine brands Irish Tatler and Food & Wine, is adding 12 jobs across its operati(...)

Katie Molony will be responsible for sales, marketing, editorial and audience development across Irish Studio.

Cross-platform digital media company Irish Studio has appointed Katie Molony as chief digital officer, global. Irish Studio’s brands include Irish Ta(...)

New Maximum Media group chief executive Daragh Byrne (right) with new Ireland managing director John Burns.

Daragh Byrne has been appointed new group chief executive of Maximum Media, the company behind the JOE, SportsJOE, Her and HerFamily brands, following(...)

Maximum Media chief executive Katie Molony in the company’s new studio with broadcast director Paddy McKenna (left) and chief commercial officer Daragh Byrne

At Maximum Media’s premises on Fumbally Lane in Dublin there’s a smell of fresh paint and strong coffee. Two red sofas, surrounded by a ring of HD cam(...)

Maximum Media chief executive Katie Molony and broadcast director Paddy McKenna: the company’s revenues increased 65 per cent to €4.3 million in the year ending April 2016

The JOE.ie family of websites is to drop the “ie” suffix from its brands as owner Maximum Media repositions itself as a broadcast company. Maximum, (...)

2fm presenter Louise McSharry was on MC duties at Measurement Conference in Dublin’s Liberty Hall.

As starting points for digital media events go, “nobody cares about your brand” is always a good reminder, and at Measurement Conference, held this we(...)

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