From the heart of Dublin to centre-stage at Eurovision 2010. The team at New Media Technology College Dublin has designed the new 3D Logo for the European Broadcasting Union which will be broadcast during each ad break at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest reaching over 125 million!
Commissioned by the European Broadcasting Union to produce a high definition corporate video & logo, the creative juices began to flow at 13 Harcourt Street & a striking logo was crafted using 3D Studio Max & After Effects.
Music used was recorded specifically for the project by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & the finished product was approved by the EBU’s Director General
NMTC has competed for, and won EBU contracts, beating off formidable competition from the BBC.
EBU consistently impressed by NMTC’s visual style and approach to each project.
NMTC has delivered many courses for the EBU in Bulgaria, Romania & Egypt.
EBU commissioned NMTC to complete several photo shoots, the results of which adorn the walls of the EBU’s HQ in Geneva as well as their numerous promotional materials distributed across Europe.
Founded in 2000, New Media Technology College quickly developed as one of the country’s leading training institutions in the areas of Film, Photography, Performing Arts, Digital Design, Business, IT, Music & Radio Production. Since its inception, hundreds of students have passed through the doors of 13 Harcourt Street, a stunning Georgian building behind whose walls lies a truly impressive range of facilities – from a high-definition film suite and fully-equipped photographic dark room, to a number of other studios including those for sound recording and a multimedia editing suite. Many former NMTC students have successfully undertaken post-graduate studies at various institutions, from Trinity College Dublin to UCLA and The Los Angeles Film School. The college boasts several awards including a Golden Spider and a Digital Media award. Along with the resident lecturing team, NMTC boasts a veritable who’s who of guest lecturers including journalist and Senator Eoghan Harris, award winning film Director Peter McCarthy & acclaimed author Marita Conlon-McKenna.
NMTC celebrates 10 years with the rollout this Autumn of several new courses including a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Media (Journalism).