Yet another successful #Gaelic @CrowdfunderUK project, but still time to pledge #SaveDalriadaGaelic

As first reported over a month ago, Àdhamh O’ Broin set out on a challenge to raise the funds which would put his life’s work of preserving Argyll Gaelic into action, and today this challenge was met. this said, pledges can still be made up until 11.25pm on the 31st August. The challenge set is considerably massive! … More Yet another successful #Gaelic @CrowdfunderUK project, but still time to pledge #SaveDalriadaGaelic

Blog @CuileanCraicte: A 21st century business model for Gaelic publishing explained

Cuilean Craicte is a new Edinburgh-based Social Enterprise (Community Interest Company) and they are a fortnight away from completing their fundraising project with Crowdfunder which aims at getting more kids reading Gaelic out of school: Tha sinn a’ sireadh taic airson ‘Cuilean Craicte’ a stèidheachadh, club-leughaidh dha cloinn aois 7 gu 12 air a mhaoineachadh tro sgeama … More Blog @CuileanCraicte: A 21st century business model for Gaelic publishing explained

Mothballing of Bliadhna nan Òran

“Tha na duilleagan seo a-nise air an tasgadh agus cha tèid an ùrachadh tuilleadh. Leugh mu phoileasaidh tasglainn a’ BhBC. [http://www.bbc.co.uk/globalresources/mothballing/gd-GB]” A popular BBC website that documented the history of Scottish Gaelic songs and writers has disappeared from the Internet after an attempt to archive the site as a result apparently of the project coming … More Mothballing of Bliadhna nan Òran

Uicipeid Meetup

Thèid Coinneachadh Uicipeid na Gàidhlig a ghabhail àite Dihaoine, 31 an Dàmhair 2014 ann an Dùn Èideann. A rèir an làrach-lìn: “Tha fàilte mhòr air duine sam bith aig a bheil ùidh ann an Uicipeid na Gàidhlig. Is coma an e duine ùr no cleachdaiche cunbhalach a th’ annad. Tha an coinneachadh fosgailte cuideachd do neach … More Uicipeid Meetup

First Scottish Gaelic Crowdfunder of the Year

First Scottish Gaelic Crowdfunder of the Year The Struileag – Shore to Shore project is in its final five days of the first crowdfunding attempt of the year for Scottish Gaelic. Currently over 140 backers have pledged more than £4000. In order for the project to receive the pledges, they must meet their £5600 target! … More First Scottish Gaelic Crowdfunder of the Year

@MediaScotland starts Tweeting #Gaelic

    Earlier this week, Media Scotland – a Trinity Mirror Group company, and Scotland’s largest publishing company – began Tweeting in Gaelic as part of a commitment to bring Scottish Gaelic content to Scotland’s growing Gaelic community, and the general public. Last night at the Scottish Gaelic Awards in Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens, the company’s … More @MediaScotland starts Tweeting #Gaelic