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Tag: reporting scotland

Battle for BBC Scottish Six may still be worth fighting –...

Derek Bateman on the BBC's deliberations over the future of its TV news efforts in Scotland Ah, the Scottish Six of fond memory. In the...

Charter hearing: BBC Scotland to collaborate with ‘like-minded institutions’

By a Newsnet.scot reporter BBC Scotland has said it is willing to make its technology and digital capabilities available to the wider industry, and work...

BROADCAST NEWS 23: Sally Magnusson, superstar of Pacific Quay

Professor John Robertson brings his last-but-one analysis of election-time TV news, a week before the May 7 poll. The prof's slightly more academic analysis -...

BROADCAST NEWS: Teatime TV propaganda war well underway

Professor John Robertson's Armchair View Pt 11 February 21 to 25 2015: The Scottish NHS: "Missed, missed, missed, missed, missed, missed, missed, missed and worst, worst,...

BROADCAST NEWS 10: Labour dictates RepScot agenda, amidst Murphy clangers

Professor John Robertson's Armchair View Pt 10 My summary of the broadcasting news might be summarised best by suggesting that Labour call for surplus teachers...

BROADCAST NEWS: BBC hit squad attacks NHS in ongoing crisis shocker...

Professor John Robertson's Armchair View Pt 9 I’m at the point of declaring myself redundant. You don’t need a professor for this stuff. It’s right...

Indyref changed everything – except what makes ‘news’ at BBC Scotland

By G.A. Ponsonby Scotland has changed, and things will never be the same again. How many pundits have you heard saying that?  You can’t pick...

BROADCAST NEWS: View from the armchair Part 2

Scottish TV News and the General Election 2015: January 16th-18th It continues. In a less than subtle manner, in the early approaches to the General...

Reporting Scotland diet of ‘football and murder’ is parochialism at its...

  By G.A.Ponsonby  A leading academic has criticised what he described as Reporting Scotland’s diet of “murders and football” in a debate over the...