Free to read: features and columns
ALLMEDIASCOTLAND.COM provides the Scots media community the opportunity to introduce itself to itself in the form of our mostly Q&A-based features.
While there are features about podcasts, kit, apps, statistics, etc, there are also features featuring Scots media practitioners.
Some are invited to recount a typical day, others to reflect on their careers. There is the chance to tell the back story to a media project plus the opportunity to thank the team and explain the thinking behind the making of something, such as a TV programme.
Below, read the full listing of features on allmediascotland.com.
Meanwhile, our regular op eds (comment pieces) have been penned by, among others, some of the best-known names on the Scottish media scene. And almost all are free to read (a few are exclusively for subscribers to our media release posting service).
* My Media Day – a day in the life of a media practitioner;
* My Big Break – an opportunity to reflect on one’s media career and, maybe, to say thank you;
* My Top Ten – apps, websites, gadgets and software tools;
* My Media – favourite media, favourite journalists and the chance to ‘play’ editor;
* Made Here – the challenges, the kit, the team and the satisfaction of a job well done;
* The Story Behind – a peek behind-the-scenes;
* Media Student Spotlight – the course, the learning and the dreams;
* A Career in Ten Songs – the musical milestones during a media career;
* Apps for the Media – a recommended app for the media, and why;
* Media Podcasts – a recommended media-related podcast, and why;
* Media Kit – researched and reviewed;
* Media Book Review – read and reviewed;
* Here’s a Tip for You – designed to make life easier;
* The Media in Figures – useful facts ‘n’ figures;
* Media Senate – pooling our wisdom around a single issue;
* Media Awards – who has won what;
* Movies about the Media – from Ace in the Hole to All the President’s Men and an A-Z in between;
* Media Broth – some light-hearted sustenance;
* Media Clinic – one question, your sage advice; and
* That was the Year That Was – what was the last 12 months like?