• Touching a tablet (the third of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: TV and film production fund, David Dinsmore, etc

    BEGINS an announcement issued by the Scottish Government: “A new £1.75m Production Growth Fund …

  • Definition of Media (the 22nd of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Future NEWS conference, Ian Jack interview, etc

    MORE than 100 young people, from 18 countries, are to report – as aspiring journalists – from …

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    Media Release: New business win is a ‘piece of cake’

    BEATTIE, the creative communications group, has won Finsbury Food Group as a client.

    Finsbury Food …

  • (the first of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: NUJ to meet Herald management, Scottish TV first, etc

    A BALLOT on possible industrial action by journalists at the Herald and Times Group might …

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    The allmediascotland.com Academy: Andrew McFarlan: Give a direct answer

    YOU may be familiar with Jeremy Paxman’s 1997 interview of Michael Howard.

    Howard, then …

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    In My Opinion: Maurice Smith: Let the BBC be bold in Scotland as it grapples with Charter renewal

    THE debate over the future of the BBC in Scotland is in danger of being …

  • Headphones (the 31st of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: David Dinsmore, BBC Scotland, etc

    THE Guardian’s media correspondent, Roy Greenslade, speculates that the Scots editor of The Sun …

  • Microphones (the 28th of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Sturgeon and the BBC (more), STV half-year results, etc

    BEGINS The Herald: “The BBC is to appoint its first Scotland editor as a response …

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    In My Opinion: Nicola Sturgeon, Alternative MacTaggart Lecture

    First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, delivered the Alternative MacTaggart Lecture at the 2015 Edinburgh International Television …

  • TV camera interview (the 27th of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Sturgeon’s plan for Scots broadcasting, Sunday Herald, etc

    WIDELY reported, including on the front pages of both The Scotsman and The Herald: First …