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Microphones (the 28th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: STV shares, marketing and indyref, etc

BEGINS John Phelps, in the Sunday Herald: “Shares in Scottish media group STV raced ahead to fresh six-year peaks in our 2012 portfolio last week as buyers scrambled to find the next takeover candidate after industry …

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TV gallery (the 24th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Express Newspapers, 1576, etc

BEGINS The Guardian: "Richard Desmond is planning 30 per cent staff cuts – about 200 posts – at Express Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily

RickInstrell

In My Opinion: Rick Instrell: All pupils have a civic right to media education

THE Association for Media Education in Scotland (AMES) believes that all pupils have a civic right to media education. Media study should not be an optional add-on but central

Radio mic (the 17th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Strike action at the BBC (more), another positive Bellwether Report, etc

BEGINS Martyn McLaughlin, in The Scotsman, today: "BBC chiefs are working on plans for a pared-down broadcast of the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony if planned strike action over

Radio dials (the 14th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: The Herald, George Galloway, etc

ANNOUNCES The Herald newspaper: "The Herald has announced a year-on-year increase in paid-for readership in the year to June. "Bucking the national trend, the Group has delivered a net

On air and mic (the tenth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: STV Glasgow, Darling-Salmond TV debate, etc

A LOCAL TV station serving Glasgow and the west of Scotland has announced that almost 600,000 viewers have tuned in during its first month in operation. Says STV about

TV studio camer (the ninth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: UK advertising spend, online radio awards, etc

ADVERTISING spend in the UK is forecast to increase six per cent this year, rising to 6.7 per cent next year, according to figures released jointly by the

Mixing desk (the 30th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Protest at BBC Scotland, Dylan Jones, etc

BEGINS the BBC about a protest against itself: "Hundreds of people gathered at BBC Scotland's headquarters in Glasgow to protest over the corporation's coverage of the referendum. "The protestors

Shutterstock (the 23rd of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Refugee Week Scotland Media Awards, IPA Pub Quiz, etc

A SHORT film about a refused asylum seeker living alone in one of Glasgow’s massive Red Road tower blocks, with only two pet canaries for company, has triumphed

TVCameraCrews (the 20th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: The media and the indyref, online journalism training, etc

SHOULD the upcoming referendum on Scots independence result in a majority vote for No, the media might find itself the subject of ire from Yes supporters. That's the prediction

Press hat (the 13th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: BBC to launch new radio station for Commonwealth Games, marketing awards win for The Leith Agency, etc

AN online radio station is to be run by BBC Scotland to coincide with the Commonwealth Games taking place from towards the end of next month in Glasgow. Says

Camera Gantry (the 12th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Evening Times’ Wilson to pick up prize, new reporting structure for Record, etc

THE Evening Times senior reporter, Caroline Wilson, is today to receive an award on behalf of one her paper's campaigns. She is to be named Campaigner of the Year by

TV studio camer (the ninth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Future of broadcasting in Scotland, readers’ letters, etc

BEGINS City of Edinburgh councillor, Richard Lewis, in The Herald, on Saturday: "Recently, I chaired a debate at the City of Edinburgh Council's Culture and Sport Committee that

TV lighting (the sixth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Landmark PR ruling, RTS craft awards open for entries, etc

BEGINS PRWeek (here): "The Public Relations Consultants Association has won its legal battle against the Newspaper Licensing Agency over the extent to which copyright impacts on media monitoring,

Touching a tablet (the third of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Michael Tierney, Daily Record to stream rugby match, etc

IN the early winter of 1983, former Herald writer, Michael Tierney, attended his first - and only - football match with his father, John. Continues the blurb for Tierney's

Microphones (the 28th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: New P&J website, shortlist announced for RTS Scotland Programme Awards, etc

THE Press and Journal newspaper has launched a new subscription-based website, with the aim - says its publisher - "of providing readers with breaking news as it happens". Says

TV camera interview (the 27th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Scotland’s ‘national digital conference’, Ken Symon, etc

BEGINS The Scotsman today: "Better Together campaign has hired former business journalist, Ken Symon, to head up its business engagement programme. Symon, a former business editor at The Scotsman, who

PoliceScotland

Wanted: Senior graphic designer (temporary post)

A SENIOR graphic designer is being sought to work at Police Scotland. The post is initially for six months with monthly reviews, thereafter. The vacancy is being advertised

Definition of Media (the 22nd of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Graham Phillips, Scots TV and film sectors, etc

BEGINS the Dundee-based Evening Telegraph newspaper, today: "A Tayside journalist held in the Ukraine by soldiers has been released. "Former Perth High School pupil, Graham Phillips, said he was 'free

Radio dials (the 14th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Broadcasting and possible Scots independence, Eddie Mair, etc

THE possible implications on the country's broadcasting landscape, were Scotland to vote for independence, is to be addressed by Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture in the Scottish

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