We are so excited about the upcoming Irish Premiere of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Come Monday at 6pm, we will be live from the red carpet with stars of the film, Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and David Koechner. Watch live and exclusive on Aertv Live. To help calm your excitement, we have some super interesting and entertaining snippets, courtesy of our good friends at Paramount Pictures to help whet your appetite.
Aertv & Paramount Pictures Team Up to Live Stream the Red Carpet at the Irish Premiere of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Aertv and Paramount Pictures are teaming up to live stream the Irish Premiere of the Year, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, on Monday 9th December. Aertv will be streaming live and exclusive from the red carpet from 6pm on Monday evening, where they will be joined by the cast and filmmakers.
Aertv SportsLive Featured in Irish Independent Fit Magazine for Breifne Earley’s Challenge Ten World Cycle Event
Aertv and SportsLive were featured in the Irish Independent Fit Magazine in an article written by Breifne Earley. Breifne is an athlete who has overcome many challenges in his life, including living with, and managing depression. He has participated in and achieved so much in the last few years, and Aertv SportsLive are delighted to be the official Live Video Streaming Partners for the Challenge Ten event. Challenge Ten will involve Breifne taking part in the World Cycle Race in March.
We take a look at some lesser known facts about our favourite San Diegan news anchor, Ron Burgundy in the run up to the Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Irish Premiere next week.
Aertv’s Live Coverage of Irish Basketball Premier League Covered in Press by Irish Independent, Irish Daily Star, The Herald, The Evening Echo & The Irish News
Aertv and Basketball Ireland were in the news over the past week for all the right reasons, as Aertv streamed not one but two live Basketball Premiere League matches last Saturday. We saw the UL Huskies take on the WIT Wildcats in the ladies’ fixture, and for the men’s, the Belfast Star faced off against the UL Eagles. Aside from the high number of viewers and basketball fans who watched our live stream on Saturday, several national newspapers also featured the event, and Aertv, including The Irish Daily Star, The Herald, The Evening Echo, The Irish Independent and the Irish News. See further details below.
Get Mobile, a mobile marketing mini-conference took place in the Helix at DCU yesterday. Chaired by Irish Internet Association CEO Joan Mulvihill, the conference featured speakers from a wide range of sectors, including representatives from O2, Microsoft Ireland, Ogilvy Ireland, Health Founders and Redwind Software. Some of the highlights of the event are detailed in this post.
Aertv Director Philippe Brodeur spoke with George Hook on Newstalk’s The Right Hook on Friday regarding the announcement of UTV’s first terrestrial TV channel specifically for the Irish Republic. Philippe discusses how this development will impact existing Irish channels, and what it means for consumers and audiences alike.
As Season 4 of Love/Hate comes to a close, we take a look at some of the highlights from the season to date, and discuss the future of Nidge’s crumbing crime empire. Irish crime drama Love/Hate has been lauded by many to be the single greatest show to come out […]
Aertv are thrilled to announce that we will be exclusively streaming an intimate gig with ‘Number 1′ star, Tinchy Stryder, on Friday 29th November. As part of McDonald’s #eurosaverLIVE series, they are hosting ‘The Star In The Hood’ from an intimate location that will not be disclosed until the day […]
Ok, so perhaps that title is a little overstated – unusually, there isn’t a huge amount of ghoulish horror-related programming on TV this week, but we’ll do the best we can with what we have been given. The dearth of horror/slasher/paranormal film and TV this Halloween is surprising, but could have something to do with the fact that the horror genre has become big business all year round. Horror is no longer just for Halloween.