News/Blog

Welcome to our News/Blog page. We post regular content from tips for storytelling, our latest projects, our take on media in Ireland, and our future plans.
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LIVE VIDEO STREAMING on your mobile phone – is it worth it?

Last weekend at the #mojocon_IRL conference in Dublin, a huge crowd discussed all the ways that mobile journalism is developing – from the major news and publishing organisations like the Huffington Post to the New York Times and the BBC … Read More

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“Voices of the Rising” podcast

Since December, we’ve been producing a series of podcasts called “Voices of the Rising” with the National Library of Ireland, based on the rich archive of first-person witness accounts of the Rising in Dublin and beyond. The podcasts are now Read More

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Scattery Island: Hidden Treasure

It’s always good to get radio documentaries over the line and aired, and we had a great time making the two one hour “Scattery Island Hidden Treasure” programmes for Clare FM. Funded by the Television licence fee administered through the … Read More

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LATEST NEWS – PODCASTING

We keep trying to get our newsletter done, but the demands of the everyday get in front of us.. deadlines for grant applications, deadlines for drawing down of said grants, getting documentaries finished, signing off on projects.. never a dull … Read More

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“CONGRESS TALKS” a new podcast

We’re delighted to tell you that we’ve got the go-ahead to produce a regular podcast with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. I made a pilot for them a few weeks back, and we’re now going to produce one about … Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Smartphone Video Workshops

SOME OF OUR MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. Be sure to email us at [email protected] or phone 01 5175311 if you have any other questions.

  1. Who are the workshops for? Primarily people in small businesses who want to make their own
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Top Two pieces of equipment for good smartphone video

When I run smartphone video training workshops, I bring along my own recommended equipment. Since beginning this training over three years ago, I’ve gone down the “tried and tested” route, and while the gear may not be the same … Read More

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