Halo chief hits Ireland #biggame

Are you a console gaming fan? Then you’ll be familiar with Halo right? When theres a new edition its a big deal. Ballywire was commissioned to create video content around the game’s Dublin launch.

Quite a few media outlets picked up on our video!


The Ballywire content was utilised by various online publications and broadcast media in their entertainment news.

Ballywire @ The Web Summit

Sadly the Web Summit has departed Ireland for Portugal, but Ballywire provided comprehensive coverage of the exciting start up area at the RDS.


Ballywire established a digital newsroom in Dublin’s RDS providing daily news in video and profiles of goings on of the many international visitors and their take on the event.

The Ballywire content was utilised online by the event organisers and by the SME’s and startups we profiled.


BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2016

Since 2006 Ballywire has provided multi media coverage of Europe’s biggest educational and science event the annual BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.

Every year Ballywire establishes a digital newsroom in Dublin’s RDS providing daily news in video of goings on at the event including visits of VIP’s and dignatries.

The Ballywire content is utilised by TV, radio and online publications onair, online and across their social media.

X Box launched in Ireland

Are you a fan of console gaming? Thousands in Ireland are fanatical about it and when Microsoft announced they were launching a new xbox tech geeks went into a tizzy!

The console was released at midnight and the Ballywire cameras captured the buzz among gamers eager to get their hands on the new piece of kit.

Traditional TV as well as gaming blogs all published the content created.

$40 million Movidius investment #techsuperstar

Dublin is fast becoming the European centre of the tech business and we were pleased to share an Irish success story.

Irish headquartered Movidius the leading vision processor company serving the growing need for visual sensing in connected devices, not only raised $40 million in funding but also announced the creation of up to 100 jobs in Ireland.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister Richard Bruton were on hand to congratulate the company founders and investors.

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