• Presses rolling (the fifth of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Scottish Field, DailyBusiness website, etc

    THE Scottish magazine, Scottish Field, has appointed two top-flight journalists to strengthen editor, Richard …

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    Media Release: Volpa gets top industry accolade for seventh time

    VOLPA, the award-winning, Perth-based integrated communications agency, has announced that, for the seventh …

  • Media Student Spotlight

    Media Student Spotlight: Ross Stewart, City of Glasgow College

    ROSS Stewart is a second-year HND student at City of Glasgow College.

    Check out …

  • Microphone interview (the fourth of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Scottish football and TV, Rutherglen Reformer, etc

    HOW Scottish men’s football fares in the European league of TV deals is today …

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    Media Release: The National opens up new reader markets

    THE first Scottish daily newspaper to be launched in decades has carved out an entire …

  • Media Student Spotlight

    Media Student Spotlight: Andrew Dougall, Forth Valley College

    ANDREW Dougall is a first-year HND student at Forth Valley College.

    What course are …

  • Touching a tablet (the third of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: Scottish Newspaper Society’s centenary celebrations, The Scotsman, etc

    BEGINS the website of the Scottish Newspaper Society: “A General Election preview with four senior …

  • Photographers at work (the second of the month)

    Your Noon Briefing: The National website, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, etc

    BEGINS The National: “Today, we launch our new website, www.thenational.scot.

    “We have been …

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    Media Release: A new structure for growth at Stripe Communications

    STRIPE Communications has today announced the further strengthening of its management board, as part of …

  • Media in Figures - Feature

    The Media in Figures: Scotland’s local newspapers, sales figures

    EVERY one of Scotland’s paid-for local newspapers saw sales of their print editions …