Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Aoife O’Connor
This week in our Spotlight Feature series we hear from our GAA BEO analyst and three-time All-Ireland champion with Wexford Camogie, Aoife O’Connor.
Thosaigh mé ag obair le GAA BEO 5 years ago (I think!). I had done some work prior to that on camogie with TG4 and I had also been on Seo Spóirt. But the real stuif started with GAA BEO! 5 bliana den scoth!
Braitheann sé agus athraíonn sé. A typical day will be dictated by the start time of the game and time needed to travel to the venue. We are usually at the grounds a few hours beforehand so uaireanta caithfear éirí go luath go háirithe de bharr hair and make-up! You have…
Evelyn agus Niamh Ainmnithe do Réalta Óg na Bliana 2022
Déanann Gradaim Chumarsáide an Oireachtais ceiliúradh ar ardchaighdeán agus ar shár-iarrachtaí a chuirtear i gcrích in earnáil na cumarsáide Gaeilge gach bliain. Bronnfar Gradam Réalta Óg na Bliana le linn Ócáid Bhronnta Ghradaim Chumarsáide an Oireachtais 2022 le linn Oireachtas na Samhna a bheidh ar siúl in Óstán Gleneagle, Co. Chiarraí, Dé Céadaoin, 2 Samhain 2022.
Tá ainmniúchán do Réalta Óg na Bliana faighte ag Evelyn Ní Ghriallais a oibríonn linn ar Rásaí BEO ar TG4 agus iar-scoláire Niamh Ní Ruadagáin a bhí linn ar an gcúrsa Ard Dip an bhliain seo caite.
Rugadh i gCill Bhriocáin i Ros Muc…
Did You Know we used to cover La Liga?
Did you know Nemeton TV used to cover the Spanish La Liga?
In the mid 1990s, Nemeton TV secured the Irish-language rights for broadcasting Spanish premier league football, and the programme was called Olé, Olé.
According to Nemeton TV CEO Irial Mac Murchú, the programme was born out of conversations with Teilifís na Gaeilge at the time where we were trying to impress upon them that they had to have a sport on the new channel and trying to figure out what we could do differently.
We sent someone to Barcelona every weekend for the first 6-8 weeks to collect tapes and bring them back to the studio.
Later, we erected Satellite…
Gaelic Games close to our hearts at Nemeton
Gaelic Games are close to our hearts here at Nemeton TV.
We first made a GAA programme for TG4 26 years ago in 1996, in the form of an hour-long highlights/ interview package of the Galway Senior Football Final between An Cheathrú Rua and Oranmore.) We know that the GAA is part of the fabric of our society.
In our GAA BEO programme on TG4, we cover an extensive list of competitions both on television and online, including county finals, the Christy Ring, Lory Meagher & Nicky Rackard finals, the Allianz Hurling & Football Leagues, the AIB Club Championships, the Sigerson & Fitzgibbon Cup Finals, the O’Connor Cup final, the…
Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Micheál Ó Domhnaill
The ever-present face of GAA BEO for over two decades, presenter Micheál Ó Domhnaill tells us about his experience working in the industry.
Thosnaigh mise amach le Nemeton i 1996. Bhí daoine ann romham ach bhí mé ar an gcéad sciar de fhostaithe sa chomhlacht. I was there close to the beginning when we all crammed into one ridiculously small office. There were around 5 of us then, how times have changed! I’m sure that none of us could have foreseen how things would change so much, where thousands of hours of television have been screened over the years and so many people work either full-time or as freelancers for the…
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…