The Story Behind the Split Screen on your Televisions
The decision to execute Super Sunday, Sár-Dhomhnach or Deadly Domhnach – whatever you want to call it - came about before the last round of our Allianz leagues coverage for GAA BEO on TG4.
Our team here at Nemeton TV combined live streaming talents with our broadcast television skills and executed a picture-in-picture broadcast where TG4 viewers of Monaghan v Dublin were updated with the best bits of the live streams from Letterkenny (Donegal v Armagh) and Carrick on Shannon (Kildare v Mayo) so they could grasp the permutations of the league table. And this all happened from Nowlan Park thanks to our satellite team here at…
Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Jarlath Burns
Former Armagh Football Captain and current Spórt TG4 analyst, Jarlath Burns chats to us about his time working with Nemeton TV on GAA BEO.
Táim ag obair mar anailisí ó 1999. Mo shaol ar fad, beagnach!
I’m working as an analyst since 1999, my whole life, nearly!
It is important to be at the ground around 3 hours before throw-in. This allows for any mishaps you might have on the journey because after the opening titles roll, you have to be there! We usually have a bit of bia (food) which is followed by a cruinniú léirithe (production meeting), which is when you get to see all the work that has gone into preparing for the…
New job vacancy: Producer - Ireland
New Job Vacancy: Producer - Ireland
Nemeton TV is a sports production company working in television in Ireland and Scotland. We produce over 600 hours of live sport yearly. Our HQ is in West Waterford our Scottish base is located in the culturally diverse city of Glasgow. Our collective Celtic spirit makes us an unconventional blend of passionate creatives, savvy techies and confident dealmakers. Our output includes GAA, Scottish Premier League, domestic and international football and Six Nations rugby, boxing, horseracing and a range of documentaries. We have an exciting opportunity for a Producer to work in our sports production…
Éamonn Ryan: An Máistir
Éamonn Ryan: An Máistir
TG4 Déardaoin 30 Nollaig 21.20
Déanann an clár faisnéise seo iniúchadh ar shaol mháistir na gcluichí Gaelacha. Is fearr aithne ar Éamonn Ryan mar bhainisteoir d’fhoireann Peile na mBan Chorcaí a bhain 10 gCraobh Uile Éireann amach. Roimh an ngaisce cáiliúil sin bhí saol ar leith aige. D’imir sé le Corcaigh i gCluiche Ceannais Peile na hÉireann sna seascaidí, ach b’é mar bhainisteoir a tháinig a bhuanna i mbláth. Ba nós é dó foirne a bhí i lúb an angair a athrú ó bhonn. Bhuaigh gach foireann a bhí baint aige leo craobhanna. Ghríosaigh sé aon duine a bhí faoina chúram ach…
21 Years of Live TV Coverage of the All-Ireland Finals
CAPTAINS from the six competing teams have gathered at Croke Park ahead of Sunday’s (September 5) TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals. A Leinster clean sweep could be on the cards as there are guaranteed Senior and Intermediate winners from the province, while Wicklow have the chance to claim Junior honours. Wicklow, runners-up in 2020, will aim to go one better and erase the hurt of last December’s defeat to Fermanagh when they take on Antrim in the first game of Sunday’s triple-header, scheduled for 11.45am. At 1.45pm, Westmeath will also have a shot at redemption and the Mary Quinn Memorial Cup, after they lost out in the…
Creadan – A New Understanding of Ireland’s Ancient South East
WIT Humanities led webinar and film launch event explores the significance of Creadan as one of the earliest human habitation sites in Ireland
‘Creadan – a new understanding of Ireland’s Ancient South East’ is a free two-part event taking place during Heritage Week, on Thursday, 19 August at 7pm. Hosted by Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) in partnership with Waterford Chamber of Commerce, part one will introduce the work of the Creadan - Waterford Estuary Steering Group and the landscape of Creadan through a new short documentary film ‘Creadan: A Sense of Place’. Part two will consist of a lively panel discussion,…