The Story So Far …webmaster2020-02-12T09:57:21+00:00
The Story So Far
Captured 30 hour long interviews in the Louth County Museum and supported by Curator Brian Walsh.
Produced a one minute prototype from one of the recordings by a local animated company (Magic Hill).
This clip has had over 650 views on YouTube since early Jul 2014.
Ran a crowd funding campaign in an attempt to raise funds.
Met Heather Humphries Minister for the Arts, Heritage and The Gaeltacht in Dundalk on Friday 29th Aug 14.
We have been featured on the Journal.ie website in Aug ’14 where our item got over 6000 views.
Our project was featured on Destination Newry TV where we were interviewed by Rowan Hand.
TV companies have been engagement as part of our market research including Channel 4, TV3 and UTV about their commissioning process who all want to see this project developed further.
The digital on line channel An Lár are interested in showing using the series, if commissioned, An Lár stream on 6 channels and have a monthly viewership of 130,000 worldwide. An Lár will also be sharing the clip on their Social Media channels to over 30,000 followers.
The project has been supported with audio contributions from John Moore (Hollywood Film Director), Jim Corr (Musician), Tommy Smyth (ESPN Presenter) and Tom Savage (RTE) who all hail from Louth.
We have officially secured Virtual Incubation space at the RDC DKIT for use on the project for 2015.
We have reached 4000 listens on our AudioBoom channel in Jan 2018.
Launched the Gathering Heritage YouTube Channel in 2019
Created 5 mini clip videos based on interviews in Blackrock, Co. Louth for YouTube (500+ views)
Funded by Creative Ireland in 2019 – 20 interviews captured (Podcasts/YouTube Clips)