WIMPS.tv Top 10 Videos

These are the top videos for 2011 that my team at WIMPS.tv have produced. Fantastic work.

You can also see 11 – 20 here

1. Rihanna in North Belfast

She caused a sensation with her visit to a field in Bangor and a trip to north Belfast where our camera team caught up with her. By far this is the most popular video on WIMPS.tv this year. And there was a special bonus for us when it was selected to be shown as part of the MTV European Music Awards.

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2. Where Is My Public Servant?

This one is about us – our own promotional video is in second place.

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3. Gay Cure?

Another sensational story during the summer of 2011. Read about it here or watch the video for the story.

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4. Guy Spence

 

Top political interview is with one of the youngest councillors in Belfast – probably even Northern Ireland. In the run up to the elections WIMPS interviewed representatives from each party. Most popular political interview is with DUP’s Guy Spence.

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5. Oisin meets the Lord Mayor

The youngest member of WIMPS – Oisin – meets Belfast’s youngest Lord Mayor – Niall. The interview is in Irish and a summary of the conversation is here.

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6. Occupy Belfast

At the end of October the Occupy Belfast set up camp in the Cathedral Quarter. Read more here

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7. Life on a Peace Wall

A film by young people from Portadown talking about the effect of peace walls on life within the town and how interfaces affect how Portadown is portrayed and viewed by others.

8. Irish Election Youth Debate

As a prelude to the 2011 election in the Republic, the WIMPS Crew covered the youth debate organised by Spun Out

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9. Conall McDevitt

Most popular interview with an MLA is the pre-election interview with Conall McDevitt. This was also the very first interview by three new members of the Belfast Central WIMPS Crew.

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10. Not in My Name.

Rally for peace in memory of murdered policeman Constable Ronan Kerr on Sunday 10 April at Belfast City Hall. Read more here.

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The countdown continues here – 11 to 20.

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