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By: Edgecast Media  05/12/2011
Keywords: Irish Language, Podcast

Friday, July 25th, 2008

We’ve just commissioned our new studio, and it’s appropriate that the first podcast we’ve recorded is an episode of An tImeall, our flagship Irish language series.
Our new producer, Brid Maloney, will be taking responsibility for much of An tImeall in the weeks ahead, and this should see a return to a more regular schedule for […]

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Last week’s podcast on An tImeall was held over and published just a day ahead of this week’s - and both of them talk about Le Web 3, the technology conference I attended last week in Paris.
We talk some more about the internet “ecosystem” and the characteristics of some of its “organisms” - big and […]

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Imeall #184 owes it’s low-key tone to the lateness of the hour when it was recorded! This week’s episode is all about the relentless shift to video in online media, with a nod to Joanne Colan whose perfect pronunciation of the word “Samhain” in the Halloween edition of Rocketboom did not go unnoticed!

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

An tImeall, episode #183 is out. Our Irish language podcast is a 10-minute MP3, a blog post, and a weekly column in the Irish language paper Lá Nua.
This weeks episode is about mashups, technological as well as musical!

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

In last week’s episode 182 of An tImeall Irish language podcast

We reflect on the recent census statistics on Irish language use in which 1.66 million people claimed the ability to speak Irish.
A poem in lament for a sister killed in Afghanistan. Another PostSecret book is published.

Keywords: Irish Language, Podcast

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