STV will host the next STV Growth Academy in Dundee on Wednesday 8th May. This will be the third in a series of events designed to provide small and medium sized enterprises with resources and insight which will support them as they take the next step on their business journey.
In law, there is the accused and the victim. In life, it’s not that simple…
The Victim is a new four-part legal thriller created by Rob Williams (Killing Eve, The Man In The High Castle) and told through the eyes of the plaintiff and the accused. Set within Scotland’s unique legal system, the show, a STV Production for BBC One, asks, who is really ‘the victim’?
A Scottish baby brand established by two entrepreneurs has seen sales of its innovative range of baby products increase by a third after partnering with the STV Growth Fund. STV’s highly successful Growth Fund has been established to support Scottish businesses advertising on television.
STV is making a significant multi-year investment in the future skills base of the creative industries in Scotland through an ambitious bursary scheme, delivered in partnership with the Royal Television Society.
STV has confirmed two new partnerships with international content providers, Flame Distribution and Jukin Media to provide additional programming and choice for viewers as its video on demand service, STV Player, continues to expand.
STV Productions’ new six-part observational documentary Inside Central Station was the second best watched programme on BBC Scotland in the channel’s launch week (excluding launch night). The first episode of Inside Central Station also outperformed BBC2, Channel 4 and Channel 5 in Scotland on Sunday evening.
Leading content business STV Productions has signed with WME for representation.
STV’s new strategic growth plan delivers strong results and increased shareholder returns
STV’s highly successful Growth Fund, established to make it easier for Scottish businesses to advertise on television, is to double in size to £10 million as part of STV’s strategy to help drive the Scottish economy.
New documentaries All Aboard and Adventures in Dementia will air in March as part of new talent initiative
STV today announces the launch of STV Player+, an ad-free subscription video on demand service for Scots at home and abroad. This is STV’s first direct to consumer offering and allows STV to enter the fast-growing pay TV market for the first time.
Yesterday, Wednesday 20th February, STV hosted the second STV Growth Academy as part of a series of events designed to provide small and medium sized enterprises with resources and insight which will support them as they take the next step on their business journey.
STV presenter Sean Batty travels from Barra to Lewis to discover effects of climate change in STV Weather special
STV Productions and Primal Media have announced a two year strategic co-production deal, which will see the two companies working together to pitch large-scale entertainment formats as production partners. The partners will develop formats to target UK and international networks, with the aim that production of the shows is based in Scotland.
STV Productions drama team has secured the television rights to a debut novel and a memoir by Scottish authors as they continue to grow the business.
Two new documentary series made by STV Productions will be shown on the new BBC Scotland channel, which launches on Sunday 24th February.
This Burns Night, STV will commemorate Scotland's national poet by digging deep into its vast archives in a special Burns celebration.
STV has today announced the launch of a new-look STV Weather Centre, fronted by Scotland’s favourite weather presenter, Sean Batty, and a newly formed weather team.
STV and Sky have today announced a five-year strategic partnership, which will give Sky customers in Scotland access to STV’s regional variants in full HD, as well as STV's leading VOD service - STV Player - on their set top boxes for the first time.
Newly released viewing figures have revealed that STV has been 2018’s best watched TV channel in Scotland, with a viewing share of 21.9% - the channel’s highest since 2010.