Paddy Mckenna

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Joe.ie was formerly part of the Maximum Media group founded by Niall McGarry

There has been an exodus of senior management at the company that owns digital publication Joe.ie, while its parent group is also engaged in a strateg(...)

The Republic of ireland team that beat England 2-0 at Goodison Park in 1949.

Late one Autumn afternoon in 1949 I hopped on a Number 3 bus in Sandymount, heading towards O’Connell Street. Just coming up to my 20th birthday, I w(...)

 Greg Murphy, formerly of Cork and now with Abu Dhabi Na Fianna and a sub on the 2018 All-Stars, is tackled by Cork’s Patrick Horgan  at Zayed Sport City in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Photograph:  Ray McManus/Sportsfile

2018 All Stars 9-16 2019 All Stars 8-9 Showcasing what we must assume as axiomatically greater hunger, the 2018 PwC All Stars beat their 2019 counter(...)

‘Unfiltered’ series: JOE journalist Dion Fanning with actor Barry Keoghan.

Maximum Media, the company behind the online brand JOE, is launching an Irish version of its Unfiltered interview series presented by journalist Dion (...)

 Antrim’s Conor McCann breaks through the Kildare defence. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Antrim 3-23 Kildare 1-17 Antrim’s hurlers retained their Joe McDonagh Cup status courtesy of a 3-23 to 1-17 win over newly-crowned Christy Ring Cup c(...)

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(...)

Choice nominees Rusangano Family: could this be the year when they show the prize that hip hop is boss? Photograph: Eric Luke

The RTÉ Choice Music Prize has announced its shortlist for 2016. The prize picks the best Irish album of the previous calendar year. This year’s sh(...)

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, (...)

The complainants said the advertising was sexist, degrading to women, offensive and insulting, with several also adding that it was misogynistic

Complaints about a “sexist” online Sprite advertisement have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) after its committee (...)

Paddy McKenna and Marie Donnelly each have a story that led them to where they are today. A retired marketing director for Guinness Group Sales Ire(...)

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