Sunday June 7, 2020

Business Post Media Group buys magazine portfolio

Titles acquired from Irish Studio include Irish Tatler, Food & Wine Magazine and Auto Ireland

1st November, 2019
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The magazine deal is the latest in a series of transactions undertaken by BPMG since the company acquired The Sunday Business Post over a year ago

The Business Post Media Group (BPMG) acquired the titles from Irish Studio, the media publishing group founded by Liam Lynch, the Irish-American investor.

As part of the deal, Lynch, executive chairman of Irish Studio, will join the Board of BPMG and Irish Studio will also acquire an equity stake.

This is the latest in a series of transactions undertaken by BPMG since the company acquired The Sunday Business Post over a year ago. Other acquisitions...

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