IrishMirrorOnline launched in 2013 as the online version of The Irish Daily Mirror.

Like its print counterpart, the publications politics can be described as left leaning, and much of its content comprises crime, celebrity news, and sports coverage, as well as travel and lifestyle pieces, tv listings, horoscopes etc.

However, unlike the print edition, the website also includes live coverage reporting on ongoing events in real time, and video content.

The website is owned by Reach Solutions Ireland, a subsidiary of Reach PLC.

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The Irish Daily Mirror is owned by Reach Solutions Ireland, a subsidiary of the British publicly traded company Reach PLC.

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Jim Mullen

was born in Glasgow in 1970. He studied computing in Glasgow Caledonian University and has a Master’s degree in Software Engineering from the University of Westminster. Prior to becoming CEO of Reach PLC, Mullen was the CEO of high street bookmakers Ladbrokes in 2015, having worked there as a Managing Director since 2013. He also previously worked as the Chief Operating Officer of William Hill Online, and Director of Digital Strategy and Product Management at News International. He is currently a Senior Independent Non Executive Director at Racecourse Media Group.

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Billy Scanlon

is the editor of


Independent House

27-32 Talbot Street

Dublin 1, D01 X2E1


Telephone: +353 (0) 1 868 8600




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