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The gaps in Keeping Ireland Alive

I held my fire after the opening episode of Keeping Ireland Alive- RTE’s reality TV series in the prime time slot right after the 9pm news on RTE One Television over the past four weeks.

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How the Instant Reaction was TV Gold at the 2016 Olympics

I’m one of those of us who becomes a bit of a couch expert every 4 years when the Olympics hits our screens; a bit of an expert on US gymnast Simone Biles and the way she might spin at Read More

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My “This Week” RTE Radio One interview on future challenges facing RTE

I did an interview with the “This Week” programme, and Conor Brophy, discussing the challenges facing RTE as three senior executives leave, and the new Director General Dee Forbes settles in. I was on the Board of RTE as a … Read More

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NEWS: Free video tips & new video training channel

Hello, and welcome to our quarterly newsletter where we provide you with top tips for making DIY video and tell you all about our latest special offers.

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We’re all “Rising’d Out”, she said.

After the high that was the TV coverage of the official Easter Rising commemorative events, with such a terrific array of both serious and entertaining offerings, a friend recently said (on the actual anniversary of the Rising in April) that … Read More

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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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