Maximum Media’s chief marketing officer resigns weeks after joining top team

Joe.ie publisher now over a month without ad campaigns from top media agency Core after click-farm controversy

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
15th December, 2019
Maximum Media’s chief marketing officer resigns weeks after joining top team
Paul Dunkin, Maximum Media’s former chief marketing officer. Picture: Marc O'Sullivan

Maximum Media’s chief marketing officer has resigned just weeks after being named on the executive team to replace company founder Niall McGarry.

The Joe.ie and Her.ie publisher is entering its fifth week without advertising campaigns from Core, Ireland’s largest media agency, which suspended all its sponsorship when it emerged that audio-plays on the 2017 AIB-sponsored Capital B podcast were artificially boosted. Maximum was aware of the incident at the time but did...

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