JOE’s Melissa Reddy Appears on Sunday Supplement

JOE’s Senior Football Correspondent Melissa Reddy was a guest on a “Next Generation” edition of Sky Sports’s Sunday Supplement. Along with host Neil Ashton and the rest of the panel, she discussed all the big talking points in football, including the prospect of a European Super League, Rooney’s England return, the advent of social media, […]

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JOE and Time To Change – #AskTwice in October – campaign summary

It’s the last day of October, and the final day JOE goes pink for Time to Change and its #AskTwice Campaign. Over the course of the month, the team has worked together to spread the #AskTwice narrative, which urges people to ask again if they suspect a friend or family member might be struggling with […]

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JOE adds to senior team following continued growth and large-scale client wins

JOE Media has made a raft of new senior appointments following its increased focus of creating top quality, professionally produced original shows across multiple platforms. As well as delivering content onsite and across its core social platforms, JOE is ramping up distribution across YouTube, Instagram TV and Snapchat. The hires also coincide with a number […]

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JOE kicks off major rugby strategy with ‘House of Rugby’ show

As part of its wider rugby content strategy and ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, JOE has today unveiled its new rugby show, ‘House of Rugby’, hosted by James Haskell, rugby royalty Mike Tindall and presenter Alex Payne. House of Rugby is recorded in a purpose-built studio in JOE’s London HQ. The weekly show […]

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JOE teams up with Time to Change for ‘Ask Twice’ mental health campaign

London, October 1st 2018: For the month of October, JOE is partnering with the mental health anti-stigma campaign, Time to Change, for its ‘ Ask Twice’ campaign, which will see a full take-over across all JOE channels. ‘How are you?’ can often prompt no more than a meaningless exchange. To tackle this, Time to Change […]

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James O’Brien steps down as host of JOE’s ‘Unfiltered’ podcast

O’Brien takes to the guest’s chair for his farewell episode, as he is interviewed by award-winning BBC broadcaster Fi Glover After one year as host of JOE’s chart-topping and critically acclaimed show, Unfiltered, which has a weekly audience in the hundreds of thousands, James O’Brien has decided to step down from his role due to […]

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JOE teams up with Russell Kane to launch new podcast ‘Boys Don’t Cry’

London, Thursday 28th June 2018: JOE has announced the signing of multi-award winning comedian, TV and radio presenter Russell Kane to host its next big move into audio, with new podcast series ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, launching today on all mainstream podcast platforms. The weekly 40 minute show, recorded at JOE’s studios in central London, aims […]

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JOE Media expands its UK regional operations

JOE Media has announced the expansion of its UK regional operations based out of Manchester, in response to JOE’s continued success and growth. The move sees investment into a brand new HQ, including state-of-the-art production studios,  in the heart of one of the most vibrant and up-and-coming areas in the UK, Manchester’s Spinningfields. JOE has […]

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JOE appoints John Doe’s James Wilkins as Creative Director

  London, January 17th 2017: JOE Media has announced the appointment of James Wilkins as its Creative Director. The hire comes alongside a number of other signings across its growing operations in the UK. Wilkins joins JOE from John Doe, where he worked across the agency’s whole client base including Adidas Originals, Absolut Vodka, Itsu […]

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JOE.co.uk makes big moves into music for 2018

FULL PRESS RELEASE – London, December 12th, 2017:  JOE.co.uk has announced a major move into music, launching a number of brand new music-focused shows and appointing its first Head of Music & Lifestyle – Will “ill Will” Lavin. Bringing a fresh approach to music coverage in 2018 – across video, live performances, audio, festivals and […]

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