Here's a little video we shot last week for the Access 2010 Graduations & Awards.
Here's a video we did recently for the NUIG 1st Year Commerce Induction day ... We did NOT choose the music!
Man, has it been busy around here. In the last few weeks we've been providing AudioVisual and PA services, as well as audio and video recording, around Galway for bands, stand-up comedians, graduations and conferences. Haven't had much time to devote to the web, but looking forward to the release of Drupal 7.0 which is now out in Beta. Will be having a look at that in the coming week or so, and decide on a new online presence for Staunton Media. Check back soon.
This week we've got comedian David O'Doherty on Monday night for a sold out show in the O'Flaherty Theater. On Tuesday evening at 6pm John Sheery & The Creatures in the Bialann for a free gig.
Cormac's weekly radio show is moving to a new time slot of 8pm on Friday evening. DJ Ozz will be joining me every week for a show we're calling 'G-Town with Cormac & Ozz'. Tune in on 101.3FM or Flirt FM.ie. Here's a chance to listen to last Friday show on Flirt REWIND.
We're also continuing writing for our new TV documentary ... but we have to keep details under wrap for the mo. Stay tuned for updates.
Have a good week, y'all
Here's just a few of the things we have on this week ..
Tuesday - SU Sessions @ Bialinn, NUIG at 6pm. First band we have up in this year's sessions is Key West..
Thursday - Flash Mob ... Flash Mob somewhere in Galway on Thursday, we can't tell you obviously, as that would spoil the surprise element, but Staunton Media crew will be filming the proceedings.
Friday - Cormac's weekly radio show at 22:00 on Flirt FM101.3
Nobel prize winning poet Seamus Heaney will be in the Bailey Allen tonight along with the Contemo Quartet. As usual Staunton Media will be providing the Audio Visual services for the evening. Ah, culture at last.
NUIG Student Union presents comedy and music gigs throughout the academic year, and for the second year running have chosen Staunton Media to provide all audio support.
Sometimes its good to be back to school :)
This week Staunton Media is providing audiovisual and technical support to the 2010 International Fishery Dependent Information Conference at National University of Ireland, Galway. 250+ delegates from all over the world are in town to discuss and debate the future of the Fishing industry around the globe.
This package, put together by my colleague Tim Creedon during our stint together at GAF TV. It really shows of the fun of the Macnas street parade during the arts festival. Tim is Staunton Media's senior Editor.
During the Galway Arts Festival this year, Staunton Media provided expertise in sound, production and camera to GAF TV ... here's something quick, only a minute long, but took 40 hours of video tape speeded up by 9000% ... it also required several soakings for our camera crew.
Many thanks to Danno Heaslip and the Fisheries Board for allowing us to set up cameras in their buildings ... cheers