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  • NearTV Magazine Show Episode 10

    NearTV Magazine Show Episode 10

    The Northside Partnership held a day long event “Northside Voices”. They are people in the community giving people their vision on how to make Dublin’s Northside a better place to work and live. We also covered Aoibhín on the Near FM sessions. Aoibhín is a young Singer/Songwriter from Arklow. Known for her original songs. check out Aoibhín at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AoibhinSinge… youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCb8…

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  • Darndale Summer Arts Week 2015

    Darndale Summer Arts Week 2015

    Near TV went along to the Darndale Summer Arts Week and caught up with the organisers who brought us on a tour of the events

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  • St Monica’s Youth Centre, Edenmore

    St Monica’s Youth Centre, Edenmore

    NearTV visits St Monica’s Youth Centre in Edenmore. The centre opens at various times,day and night, throughout the week to facilitate members in a fun,safe,learning and entertaining environment. The Centre is a valuable resource for children and Teens in the area.

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  • NearTV Magazine Show Episode 3

    NearTV Magazine Show Episode 3

    NearTV’s monthly magazine show. Including film reviews,the James Connolly Festival, St. Monica’s Youth Centre and Space Time with David Moore of Astronomy Ireland. James Connolly Festival Website: http://jamesconnollyfestival.com/ St. Monica’s Youth Centre Website: http://www.stmonicas.ie/ Astronomy Ireland. http://www.astronomy.ie/indexa.php

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  • Dublin City MotoCross Club

    Dublin City MotoCross Club

    We take a look at the Dublin City Motocross Club, a project run by volunteers to facilitate dirt bike enthusiasts. The project not only provides the track for these daredevils but also aims to educate them in safety and the maintenance of the motorbike. Keeping young males off the roads and on the dirt track has been a huge success and has thought the participators to have respect for their community and themselves. With interviews and track footage, sit back […]

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  • Control Yourself Part 2 Vox Pops Henry St.

    Control Yourself Part 2 Vox Pops Henry St.

    Started filming for the Second Season of Control Yourself (a tv show made entirely by some young folk from Dublin’s Northside). Vox popping the unsuspecting public on Dublin’s Henry St.

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  • Detention

    Detention

    a ghoulish tale set in a school.

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  • Control Yourself – Youth Culture

    Control Yourself – Youth Culture

    This video was produced by young people from the Northside Partnership Youth Leadership Programme. (mockumentry @14:34) Each episode looks at stereotypes associated with young people and how the they can be reinforced in the media. This Episode is on youth culture and includes a spoof advertisement on why to visit Coolock and an interview with Paul Leonard from Nearfm and Mark Finn from the DJ Academy. The series will be Broadcast on DCTV (Dublin Community Television, UPC 802) This media […]

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  • How to Control Yourself – Using the Camera and Sound

    How to Control Yourself – Using the Camera and Sound

    A short training video on using a camera and sound. Along with some more behind the scenes shots of the Control Yourself series. how to video: using a camara@ 3:54 recording auido@ 10:05 This series was facilitated by Neartv, part of the Near Media Co-op, with support from the Northside Partnership and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland Sound and Vision scheme.

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  • Control Yourself – Gender

    Control Yourself – Gender

    This video was produced by young people from the Northside Partnership Youth Leadership Programme. ( spoof add @ 12:02 and mockumentry @14:27) Each episode looks at stereotypes associated with young people and how the they can be reinforced in the media. This Episode is on Gender and includes a spoof advertisements on the different gender roles, as well as a short piece what it was like being a women in the 20ies. There is also an interview with Madeline Hawke, […]

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