Tag Archives | irish language

Grúpcheannasaí Nuacheaptha na Gaeilge ag RTÉ, Rónán Mac Con Iomaire

RTE launch new Online Irish Language News Service [Podchraoladh]

(Tá podchraoladh i nGaeilge ar fáil in éineacht leis an alt seo. Cliceáil ar an seinnteoir thuas, nó tá sé le híoslódáil anseo: 20:40; 12MB; MP3) A new comprehensive online Irish language news service was launched today by RTÉ, as part of a range of initiatives arising from the report of its internal Irish Language Working Group which was published […]

Continue Reading 12
duolingogaeilge

Duolingo’s Irish Language Course Launches in Beta

Duolingo, the crowdsourced language-learning company, has beta-launched one of its most eagerly anticipated courses: Irish. It may come as a surprise to some, but when Duolingo asked its community what language courses they should develop next (after Portuguese, Spanish, English, Italian, German and French), the top requests were for Irish, Danish and Dutch. On St Patrick’s Day, […]

Continue Reading 12
Láithreoir TG4, Síle Ní Bhraonáin, ag Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann i Sligeach

TG4 agus Gaeltacht an Idirlín: Agallamh le Pádhraic Ó Ciardha [Podchraoladh]

Today’s Irish language podcast (19:20; 11MB; MP3) is an interview with the Deputy CEO of TG4, Pádhraic Ó Ciardha. TG4, the award-winning multi-platform Irish language media service, has announced the completion of three major phases in the implementation of its digital content distribution strategy. The first is the new Smart TV App, available and live on all major […]

Continue Reading 11
Síne Nic an Ailí & Cillian de Búrca, láithreoirí Rí-Rá ar RnaG

CD Gaeilge, Ceol #10, le Seoladh go h-Eisiach Anocht ar Raidio Rí-Rá ar RnaG

Déanfar seoladh eisiach anocht ar an dlúthdhiosca nua pop-cheoil i nGaeilge: Ceol #10, ar an gclár Rí-Rá ar RnaG ar RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta idir a 9 agus a 10 a chlog. Tá Raidio Rí-Rá ar fáil go forleathan ar an idirlíon ar rrr.ie, agus ar an gcóras digiteach DAB i mBaile Átha Cliath agus i bPort Láirge. […]

Continue Reading 5
Video thumbnail for youtube video Buíochas na Polainne!

Buíochas na bPolannach

Tá sé seo ar fheabhas! After 10 years of Polish EU membership, which has seen many Poles make their homes in Ireland, staff at the Polish embassy express their gratitude using the Irish language.   Related articles Polish say ‘go raibh maith agat’ for ten years of an Irish welcome Polish say ‘go raibh maith […]

Continue Reading 1
0-padraig-310x415

Ar Scáth a Chéile: A Community Rallies for Pádraig

Pádraig Schaler is a lovely guy. Anyone who knows him can tell you that. I got to know him online in 2006 when he was about 15. We were both exploring the possibilities which online social media, blogging and podcasting offered for the Irish language, and we encouraged each other and shared our experiences.  When […]

Continue Reading 23
johnwalsh

Nuachainteoirí [Podchraoladh]

Tá an Dr John Walsh ina Léachtóir le Gaeilge in Ollscoil na hÉireann Gaillimh agus tá taighde ar leith ar siúl aige i láthair na huaire ar idé-eolaíocht agus spreagadh ‘nuachainteoirí’ mionteangacha, daoine nár tógadh leis na teangacha sin ach a labhraíonn iad go líofa agus go rialta.  Labhair sé liom ar phodchraoladh na seachtaine seo. […]

Continue Reading 8
feilechasca

Féile Chásca Cheatharlach [Podchraoladh]

Is i gCeatharlach atá ceannáras Blacknight, mar sin is ceart agus is cuí go gcuirfimís tús le sraith podchraoltaí i nGaeilge le comhrá le Bríd de Róiste ón eagraíocht Glór Cheatharlach.  Labhraíonn sí le Conn (23:19, 14MB, MP3) faoin nGaeilge i gCeatharlach, agus faoin bhFéile Chásca atá á eagrú ar an mbaile.  Bhí an Fhéile […]

Continue Reading 7
Video thumbnail for youtube video Advertising Dot.com domains 'As Gaeilge'

Advertising Dot.com domains ‘As Gaeilge’

Blacknight, which owns Technology.ie, is Ireland’s leading domain registrar. We sell domain names on behalf of domain registries like Verisign, who operate the dot-com and dot-net registries, and we work with them on marketing. So when Verisign showed us their new international video ads, we knew just what to do! Tá áthas agus bród orainn […]

Continue Reading 8