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Clinch visit FanFootageThe Dublin HQ of FanFootage

Going to the Castres game at the RDS tomorrow?

Will you be filming?

FanFootage (the Dublin bred start-up that ingeniously syncs fan videos with decent audio) wants YOU.

Cathal Furey writes:

Leinster Rugby are looking fans to film their match-day experience at the Castres games in the RDS tomorrow and upload their videos to FanFootage? Here’s what the last Leinster Rugby FanFootage video turned out like:  (a much warmer Ballsbridge for the PRO12 final last May)

Fanfootage is starting to get a lot of interest from sports clubs and leagues worldwide looking to tap into the potential of harnessing fan-shot videos at sports events. It would be great if the lovely Broadsheet.ie community helped spread the word about this and got involved themselves, so we’ll have a great case study to land a small Irish startup those crucial international deals and employ some more people here in Dublin.

Filming tomorrow? Click here



Cathal from FanFootage writes:

Kodaline playing ‘All I Want’ in the O2 Dublin last month, as filmed by their fans. Some mean crowd singing at around 5 minutes. Made using FanFootage.


Jury is still out on Ellie Goulding’s cover.

She’s no Bernard O’Shea, to be fair.

Previously: Could You Ask Your Readers What They Make Of This Demo?

Are You On The Rock ‘n’ Roll?


A decent music JobBridge??.

YOU decide.

Cathal, from FanFootage, writes:

“I think this a good example of a non-bullshit Jobbridge and might be a dream opportunity for a talented video and live music nut out there.

“We’re the video technology start-up based across from Clement & Pekoe on South William St who are trying to build the world’s biggest video crew. Our service turns all those shite-sounding fan videos from a concert into watchable content by syncing them up with artist-approved live audio and presenting all the different angles in a switchable video player.

“And just for the record, we DON’T approve of fans filming at gigs, UNLESS the band actually ask them to. With FanFootage that’s usually just one song from the band’s set, so the fans can put their cameras and phones away for the rest of the show and just enjoy the music.”


Video production and operations assistant (JobBridge)