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Colour pencils (the 16th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Herald backing No, but…, NUJ concerned about intimidation of indyref journalists, etc

THE Herald newspaper has come out in favour of a No vote in Thursday’s indyref vote, but on condition of Scotland being given more autonomy, as is now being promised by the leaders of three main …

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Media movers - Feature

Media Movers: Graham Miller, Jack Mathieson, etc

WELCOME to Media Movers, reporting the latest moves within the Scottish media, including promotions and retirements. AND firstly, congratulations to Graham Miller; he is now the editor at the

PrintersColourChart (the 11th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: The Scotsman urges No vote, radio station bans Scots music, etc

THE Scotsman newspaper has declared its verdict on the upcoming referendum on Scots independence: it is opting for No, saying 'we are better together'. The newspaper's bold front page

TV studio camer (the ninth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Broadcasting in Scotland, The Scottish Sun, etc

WHAT the broadcasting landscape might look like in Scotland were the country to vote for independence is the subject of a very extensive article on The Guardian website. Claire

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Wanted: Communications officer (Glasgow)

A VACANCY for a communications officer is being advertised here, on behalf of Police Scotland. The role is Glasgow-based and the deadline for applications is next Monday. Check out the

Newspapers (the eighth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Premier Christian Radio, Alan Pattullo, etc

BEGINS the website, radiotoday.co.uk (here): "Premier Christian Radio is heading to Scotland to broadcast its breakfast show from Edinburgh and Glasgow during the referendum on Scottish independence. "The station

Microphone interview (the fourth of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: STV’s indyref coverage on Sept 18, and what of the BBC’s?, etc

BEGINS a media announcement by STV: "STV has confirmed an extensive overnight results programme on Thursday 18 September, presented by Bernard Ponsonby and Aasmah Mir, with live reports

Media movers - Feature

Media Movers: Bob Dow, Brian Hossack, etc

WELCOME to Media Movers, reporting the latest moves within the Scottish media, including promotions and retirements. FIRSTLY, congratulations to Bob Dow, a former Aberdeen bureau chief at the Daily

(the first of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Entries invited for internal comms competition, ‘programme packing’, etc

ENTRIES are being invited by a media awards competition celebrating the best of internal communications. The competition - UK-wide - is being organised by the Institute of Internal Communications,

Dictaphone (the 25th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Paul McNamee, Bernard Vickers, etc

THE Glasgow-based editor of The Big Issue magazine has been shortlisted in an 'Editors' Editor' poll. Paul McNamee is among the nominees in the competition being run by the

PoliceScotland

Wanted: Various roles, Police Scotland

POLICE Scotland is recruiting. It is seeking an intranet manager (as advertised here on allmediascotland.com), two communications officers (here) and a corporate communications officer (here). Check out too our

Camera lens (the 21st of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Matt Lock, referendumtv.net, etc

THE head of communications at the national agency for sport in Scotland, sportscotland, is leaving for a new job. Matt Lock is leaving in November, after almost six years,

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Wanted: PR account executive, senior account executive or account manager

A PR account executive, senior account executive or account manager is being sought by Citypress, to be based at the company's Edinburgh office. For more details, view the advert

TVCameraCrews (the 20th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Blog awards, Bill Rae, etc

AN awards competition celebrating the best blogs in the UK - produced by PR, marketing and communications folk - has issued a call for entries. From the first of

WWW icon (the 19th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Professor John Robertson, Terry Murden, etc

THE university professor behind claims of media bias in favour of a No vote in the upcoming Scots independence vote is the subject of an extensive interview, available

My Media Day - Feature

My Media Day: Frances Sutton, press manager, Edinburgh International Book Festival

FRANCES Sutton is press manager at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, which continues until the 25th of this month. She says: "The Edinburgh International Book Festival is the largest

Newspapers (the 15th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Circulation figures for Scots mags, future of broadcasting in Scotland, etc

THREE magazines published by Dundee-based DC Thomson are featured among the best-selling magazines in the UK; albeit they have each seen their sales drop slightly. Says the Audit Bureau

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In My Opinion: Bill Farrar: Taking the case for advertising to Holyrood

WHAT would Scotland look like without advertising? Our streets would be less colourful, certainly, but it’s the effect on our economy, our businesses and our society that would

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Media Podcasts: Digital Marketing Podcast

TODAY sees Edinburgh playing host to a day-long festival about marketing - Amplify, organised by the Scots division of the Marketing Society. And among the more regular marketing podcasts

Camera Gantry (the 12th of the month)

Your Noon Briefing: Advance access to court documents, Palmer Watson, etc

BEGINS this document on the Scottish Courts website: "For some time, the Court has been reviewing the practice of allowing journalists an opportunity to see complaints and indictments

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