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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6615 on: July 27, 2022, 10:17:37 PM »
RTÉ already have their own excellent GAA podcast. Rory O'Neill and Mikey Stafford are resident.  O'Neil is excellent but already works for TSG. Eamon Fitzmaurice and Michael Foley were on recently.  Very informative.

Rory O'Neill interupts everybody too much.

Apart from that it's good. Mixture of football and hurling.

I wonder will they continue when the club championships kick in?

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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6616 on: July 27, 2022, 11:42:38 PM »
Watch the game and make your own assessment, job done
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6617 on: July 28, 2022, 07:57:24 AM »

This has been covered quite extensively. The GAA's own rights restrictions preclude RTE from having any type of midweek show - they aren't allowed to use the footage!

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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6618 on: July 28, 2022, 08:04:25 AM »

This has been covered quite extensively. The GAA's own rights restrictions preclude RTE from having any type of midweek show - they aren't allowed to use the footage!

You’d wonder why that is the case ?.

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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6619 on: July 28, 2022, 11:46:37 AM »
Crazy in this day and age. . . you have easy access to all broadcast sports and can see the successful broadcasting formats.

You audition lads for personality and give them some media training so they can handle themselves properly on screen without losing their opinions and backbone.

The fact there isn't a recap style show like MNF with proper analysis and a legend of the game as a guest to add some extra insight is ridiculous as far as I can see.

Even some kind of mish mash magazine show presented by the 2 Johnnies (or someone like that) lacing a bit of craic through the GAA scene would be deadly.

They have so much they can do and they just won't it's so frustrating!

Parkinson said he pitched a mid week show to them and they didn't even acknowledge him. RTE have a lot of programming to fit in but you would think an hour long show would be cheap enough to make and you'd have a decent audience. Look at the amount of GAA podcasts going and doing well - you'd think they could get a couple of hours a week out even with decent audience numbers.
Pod cast are the ideal form for Gaa . they can be as local as you like. I listen to stuff on ah ref in mayo i would have zero intrest in listeniing to in other counties . club manager merry go round and Junior noth mayo winter league results ETC.

A national station just cannot bring that kind of news or the show would last about 6 hours
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6620 on: July 31, 2022, 03:59:34 PM »
All lady pundits at Croke… think they missed a trick there
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6621 on: August 25, 2022, 08:13:19 AM »
Wonder who will be drafted in.
O Sé, O'Rourke, Spillane, McStay all gone.
I'd like the way Sky do it and draft in the odd mix of a lad from the clubs playing who is not a regular.

The Tailteann Cup crew were enjoyable so some younger lads would be good.

Get rid of Cavanagh and Dessie too!
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6622 on: August 25, 2022, 04:18:24 PM »
Wonder who will be drafted in.
O Sé, O'Rourke, Spillane, McStay all gone.
I'd like the way Sky do it and draft in the odd mix of a lad from the clubs playing who is not a regular.

The Tailteann Cup crew were enjoyable so some younger lads would be good.

Get rid of Cavanagh and Dessie too!

id expect to see horan step back in somewhere, oisin too maybe, declan bonner could be good but it could be hard to understand  when he speaks loudly enough to be heard
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6623 on: August 25, 2022, 04:20:55 PM »
Wonder who will be drafted in.
O Sé, O'Rourke, Spillane, McStay all gone.
I'd like the way Sky do it and draft in the odd mix of a lad from the clubs playing who is not a regular.

The Tailteann Cup crew were enjoyable so some younger lads would be good.

Get rid of Cavanagh and Dessie too!

id expect to see horan step back in somewhere, oisin too maybe, declan bonner could be good but it could be hard to understand  when he speaks loudly enough to be heard
Horan will likely return to Sky sports.
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6624 on: August 25, 2022, 06:23:50 PM »
Wonder who will be drafted in.
O Sé, O'Rourke, Spillane, McStay all gone.
I'd like the way Sky do it and draft in the odd mix of a lad from the clubs playing who is not a regular.

The Tailteann Cup crew were enjoyable so some younger lads would be good.

Get rid of Cavanagh and Dessie too!

id expect to see horan step back in somewhere, oisin too maybe, declan bonner could be good but it could be hard to understand  when he speaks loudly enough to be heard
Horan will likely return to Sky sports.
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6625 on: August 26, 2022, 10:53:31 AM »
Well I hope somebody replaces them. If not it'll be nothing but Munster hurling every Sunday.
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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6626 on: August 26, 2022, 03:01:20 PM »
Crazy in this day and age. . . you have easy access to all broadcast sports and can see the successful broadcasting formats.

You audition lads for personality and give them some media training so they can handle themselves properly on screen without losing their opinions and backbone.

The fact there isn't a recap style show like MNF with proper analysis and a legend of the game as a guest to add some extra insight is ridiculous as far as I can see.

Even some kind of mish mash magazine show presented by the 2 Johnnies (or someone like that) lacing a bit of craic through the GAA scene would be deadly.

They have so much they can do and they just won't it's so frustrating!

Parkinson said he pitched a mid week show to them and they didn't even acknowledge him. RTE have a lot of programming to fit in but you would think an hour long show would be cheap enough to make and you'd have a decent audience. Look at the amount of GAA podcasts going and doing well - you'd think they could get a couple of hours a week out even with decent audience numbers.
Pod cast are the ideal form for Gaa . they can be as local as you like. I listen to stuff on ah ref in mayo i would have zero intrest in listeniing to in other counties . club manager merry go round and Junior noth mayo winter league results ETC.

A national station just cannot bring that kind of news or the show would last about 6 hours
Rte could/should have a multi sports channel, more especially in this day and age when broadcast production innovations have accelerated since times of covid and production costs have dropped hugely.
More stuff is produced remotely with just one or two (ideally well placed) cameras on site.
Apart from the top games, most streamed sports events do not need a studio or punditry. In any event you can video link to someone at their home. The possibilities are  infinite.
For filers you could have Parkinson et al on loop for hours on end.   A midnight special with Oisín for insomniacs.

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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6627 on: August 26, 2022, 03:38:40 PM »
Crazy in this day and age. . . you have easy access to all broadcast sports and can see the successful broadcasting formats.

You audition lads for personality and give them some media training so they can handle themselves properly on screen without losing their opinions and backbone.

The fact there isn't a recap style show like MNF with proper analysis and a legend of the game as a guest to add some extra insight is ridiculous as far as I can see.

Even some kind of mish mash magazine show presented by the 2 Johnnies (or someone like that) lacing a bit of craic through the GAA scene would be deadly.

They have so much they can do and they just won't it's so frustrating!

Parkinson said he pitched a mid week show to them and they didn't even acknowledge him. RTE have a lot of programming to fit in but you would think an hour long show would be cheap enough to make and you'd have a decent audience. Look at the amount of GAA podcasts going and doing well - you'd think they could get a couple of hours a week out even with decent audience numbers.
Pod cast are the ideal form for Gaa . they can be as local as you like. I listen to stuff on ah ref in mayo i would have zero intrest in listeniing to in other counties . club manager merry go round and Junior noth mayo winter league results ETC.

A national station just cannot bring that kind of news or the show would last about 6 hours
Rte could/should have a multi sports channel, more especially in this day and age when broadcast production innovations have accelerated since times of covid and production costs have dropped hugely.
More stuff is produced remotely with just one or two (ideally well placed) cameras on site.
Apart from the top games, most streamed sports events do not need a studio or punditry. In any event you can video link to someone at their home. The possibilities are  infinite.
For filers you could have Parkinson et al on loop for hours on end.   A midnight special with Oisín for insomniacs.

Jesus nobody's that desperate!!

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Re: The Sunday Game
« Reply #6628 on: September 06, 2022, 02:06:12 AM »
Crazy in this day and age. . . you have easy access to all broadcast sports and can see the successful broadcasting formats.

You audition lads for personality and give them some media training so they can handle themselves properly on screen without losing their opinions and backbone.

The fact there isn't a recap style show like MNF with proper analysis and a legend of the game as a guest to add some extra insight is ridiculous as far as I can see.

Even some kind of mish mash magazine show presented by the 2 Johnnies (or someone like that) lacing a bit of craic through the GAA scene would be deadly.

They have so much they can do and they just won't it's so frustrating!

Parkinson said he pitched a mid week show to them and they didn't even acknowledge him. RTE have a lot of programming to fit in but you would think an hour long show would be cheap enough to make and you'd have a decent audience. Look at the amount of GAA podcasts going and doing well - you'd think they could get a couple of hours a week out even with decent audience numbers.
Pod cast are the ideal form for Gaa . they can be as local as you like. I listen to stuff on ah ref in mayo i would have zero intrest in listeniing to in other counties . club manager merry go round and Junior noth mayo winter league results ETC.

A national station just cannot bring that kind of news or the show would last about 6 hours
Rte could/should have a multi sports channel, more especially in this day and age when broadcast production innovations have accelerated since times of covid and production costs have dropped hugely.
More stuff is produced remotely with just one or two (ideally well placed) cameras on site.
Apart from the top games, most streamed sports events do not need a studio or punditry. In any event you can video link to someone at their home. The possibilities are  infinite.
For filers you could have Parkinson et al on loop for hours on end.   A midnight special with Oisín for insomniacs.

Jesus nobody's that desperate!!
Who are you calling nobodies?? there are GAAboard members here who pay real money to subscribe to Parkinson's podcasts. Show some respect!!  :D