what we do
Creating premium content for broadcasters, sports organisations and commercial brands
We Do TV
Since 1993, we have created content for a range of broadcasters. TG4 is our biggest client, having produced almost all of their sport since 1996. We create content for RTÉ, TV3, Setanta Sports and a range of other broadcasters.
We have a slate of factual programming, including documentaries, health and entertainment programming.
In sports, we produce or have produced hurling, gaelic football, rugby, soccer, horse racing, boxing, basketball, swimming, cycling and a range of minority sports.
We Do Web
Working with sports organisations such as the GAA, Guinness PRO12 and Ladies Gaelic, we produce online stories both originated and created from their archive (which we hold for them).
Adorama is one of the world’s biggest retailers of photography gear. Adorama TV (and Irish arm, Cutting Edge Productions) publishes daily videos featuring tutorials, product reviews and entertainment. Since we started producing content for them we have increased their subscribers from 250k to 500k.
We Do Brands
Working with AIB to create original content around the All-Ireland Club Finals #TheToughest, Electric Ireland creating content around the All Ireland GAA Minor Championships #ThisIsMajor, and The Guinness Hurling Bootcamp on TV3.
We Do Archive
Taking care of your content for all your digital needs
We gather, sort, ingest and curate archives. We care for TG4’s entire sports library, the GAA’s archive since 1962 and Ladies Gaelic Football Association’s collection.
We Do Education & Training
Preparing the creative content makers of the future
Our most successful initiative to date has been the Higher Diploma in TV and Digital Media Production in partnership with Waterford Institute of Technology and Údarás na Gaeltachta. Started in 2006, our graduates are some of the best in the industry and are employed right across the country and abroad.
We do third level education, bespoke training courses for sports production and shorter courses in media training.
We run courses both in English and Irish. We have partnerships with Waterford Institute of Technology, Údarás na Gaeltachta, and are always looking to build relationships with other third level educators.See Courses