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.
We covered the National 5-a-Side Football Championship or the Salthill 5s as they are locally known this weekend with a live video feed.
Even as limited by the weather as we were, we were very happy with the quality of the feed. Over 350 people from around the globe tuned in LIVE.
Here's something we put together for one of our favourite charities, CROI - This is Walking Football. Want to know more?
Check this video out. Get in there!!
An Taoiseach was on hand to open the new Biomedical Science building at NUI Galway last week. This is an amazing facility in what is Galway's only truly world class building. The video we produced captures what an absolutely inspiring place it is.
The CCMI was opened by Sean Sherlock TD earlier this month. It is the first place in Ireland to manufacture human stem cells. For more informartion, check out this video we produced.
The 2014 NUI Galway / BSTAI Junior Cert Awards were held on Tuesday 28 June. The event was streamed live and a copy of the recording can be viewed here.
All Livestreaming and AV support by Staunton Media
We were delighted to be involved in Threeis again this year.
Threesis is an academic challenge for all NUI Galway staff and students.
The challenge is to present your research in 3 slides and 3 minutes to 3 judges in a way that anyone and everyone can understand.
Here's the highlights video from the final that we produced.
Antibiotic resistance is a global problem. Here's a video from NUI Galway explaining the issues involved, and what we can do on a local basis to alleviate the problem. Video was funded by NUI Galway's SU Explore project and produced by Staunton Media.