What next for BBC Scotland? Director, Ken MacQuarrie, to talk about ‘the BBC in a connected world’

THE future direction of BBC Scotland is expected to feature in a lecture being delivered by BBC Scotland director, Ken MacQuarrie, at an event being hosted by the Scottish division of the Royal Television Society.

MacQuarrie is to talk about ‘the BBC in a connected world’ as part of the Society’s Campbell Swinton Lecture series.

Says the Society: “In an ever-changing digital environment, Ken MacQuarrie will consider the challenges and opportunities which face the nation’s principal public service broadcaster and offer his insight in to what he believes is next for BBC Scotland.”

The event is taking place a week on Monday, at the BBC Scotland HQ in Glasgow. It is an evening event.

Scot, Alan Archibald Campbell Swinton, was an early pioneer of television technology and the Campbell Swinton Lecture is an occasional RTS Scotland event, looking at strategic issues affecting broadcasting.

Tickets are free, available by emailing creativeindustries@cityofglasgowcollege.ac.uk