Jonny Tiernan

Publisher / DJ

Jonny Tiernan ist Herausgeber und Chefredakteur des LOLA Magazine. Er arbeitet seit 2003 mit Medien und Verlagswesen und hat über 90 Ausgaben unterschiedlicher Titel produziert. Neben seiner Arbeit mit Magazinen, ist Jonny seit über 20 Jahren als DJ und Promoter tätig.


Warum liebst du, was du tust?
The experience of seeing an idea go from conception to the printed page is a uniquely exciting and satisfying feeling. To be able to bring together great writers and photographers to create work on inspiring subjects is awesome.
Was war dein glücklichster Moment?
In terms of print magazines, Wired is still the greatest. The way they cover such a broad range of topics yet distill them all through their own unique editorial lens is flawless. I love Vice for digital content. Some of their stuff can be very clickbaity, but it’s incredibly readable.
Was möchtest du gerne lernen?
Every new issue of LOLA Is the happiest moment. To see it come to life each time, and to see the results of the amazing work that the team does is just brilliant.
Die Blogfabrik ist für dich …
The same thing as a lot of people - how to most effectively manage your time and resources. There are many different plates to spin and tasks to juggle, so that’s a constant challenge

A Day at the Computer Hospital

Mike Wolf provides life support for sick technology. His computer repair shop in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district is a meeting point for the worried owners of failing devices. We went to visit.

Tweet Yo Self – Five Ways Apps Can Make Us Happier

Apps are not only fun software for our gadgets, they can also help us navigate our way to a healthier, happier life. We’ve downloaded, tested, selected and now proudly present our favourite apps for a prosperous 2017!

Last Night Digital DJing Saved My Life

LOLA publisher and DJ Jonny Tiernan extolls the virtues of playing with files and how the Digital Age has influenced the Club Nights.

In Praise of the Physical

LOLA Publisher Jonny Tiernan on the similarities between magazines and vinyl records, and how when it comes to print, some people are lead by their noses.