Tonight we are live streaming the Galway Traveller Movement 20 year Celebration Concert at the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway.
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We had the good folks from Michigan State University back again at NUI Galway for the end of their MAET programme. Again we were on hand to provide the folks back home with a HD live video stream on YouTube. This year we stepped it up to a multi-camera production.
Episode 3 of Galway Matters ...
Galway County Fair, Midsummer at Bridget's Garden, Coder Dojo and NUI Galway Students' Union's 50th birthday all feature ...
You can check it out here Galway Matters on Irish TV.
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We've been producing some TV packages for IRISH TV, here's their press release. Our first show debuts tomorrow Friday 20 June at 8.30pm in Ireland and the UK on Sky 191 & Freesat 400 and on PBS in the UK or course online at http://www.irishtv.ie/live/
Galway will be in the spotlight across Europe tonight (Friday June 19) when IrishTV’s weekly Galway County Matters programme airs on Sky TV for the first time.
The Kinvara Music Festival, the Olympic Boxing Club in Westside, Charlie Byrne's Bookshop and Bioblitz in Clonbur will all be featured when Galway County Matters airs tonight, and every Friday, at 8.30pm.
The programme can be seen across Ireland, the UK, and Europe on Sky Channel 191, Freesat 400, Eircom’s eVision, free-to-air boxes and online at Irishtv.ie and Irishtv.com.
Broadcasting 24 hours a day, IrishTV will features unique home-produced programmes, with each county in Ireland having its own dedicated show.