Balls Media was born in 2010 somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean between Canada and Ireland. The first product in its stable was - Ireland's biggest sports site. Following on from the successful launch came a host of software products including the Second Screen product - The Sidekick and - a general entertainment site. Today Balls Media produces daily and weekly podcasts on its own network whilst also forging a multitude of different video products. From the audio and video arm to event production, Balls Media is a fast paced and nimble media organistion.

Balls Media is searching for a Weekend Editor for The person hired will be responsible for the site's output at weekends, and will report to the Editor on weekdays. We are looking for an experienced writer with an interest in sport and the personality that matches the output of That person must also be able to manage staff, organise content plans and be responsible for the... read more

Balls Media is about to hire a top notch video content producer to lead its fast moving team into the ever changing world of video production.The perfect candidate will have a rake of experience planning, producing, shooting, editing and promoting content. This is a unique opportunity for a talented self-starter to work with global brands, develop original ideas and and lead a busy production... read more

Absolute Requirments:Know what SEO means, know what SEO looks like, knows what SEO even tastes like.Desired Requirments:Ability to spell requirementsThird level digital marketing qualificationGoogle analytics certificationBeing SoundContent marketing experience Audience re-targeting and building historyTea DrinkerAttention to detailNot too good at table tennis but good enough to play a decent... read more

About Us is the prize pony in the Balls Media Ltd stable.Founded in March 2010 in Dublin, carved out a niche in the Irish media landscape by delivering a new type of sports coverage. Live, constantly updated and entertaining sports reporting was the aim and with each big story or tournament the audience grew.

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