STV has confirmed that new channel, STV2, will launch on Monday 24 April with a distinct and exciting schedule, featuring a variety of new programmes for Scotland including an enhanced hourly news service, a live daily magazine show, an award winning soap, features on local sport, the best of UK and international drama as well as classic movies.
STV announces that new channel, STV2, will launch at 1700 on Monday 24 April to viewers across Scotland.
Scotland Tonight will broadcast live from inside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for a series of three special programmes on Tuesday 18th, Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th April airing on STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh at 2230, and STV at 2300.
STV will broadcast Holyrood Referendum Debates – an STV News special tomorrow, Tuesday 21 March, and Wednesday 22 March at 1400.
STV Player has announced it is now available for consumers on Roku® streaming players in the United Kingdom.
Shetland, Dundee, Hamilton, New Lanark, Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Borders will feature in a new series of STV's The People's History Show, which explores the tales of Scotland's past in six brand new episodes starting Friday 24 March at 2000.
STV Children’s Appeal – Changing Lives, Friday 17 March at 2000
STV Player has announced it is the first broadcaster globally to provide fully targetable Dynamic Ad Insertion (DAI) in live streaming on Amazon Fire TV.
STV News Tonight , the flagship news programme on Scotland’s new channel, STV2, will be presented live from Glasgow by anchor Halla Mohieddeen.
STV’s city channels will air their first live Remembrance Sunday programme, Scotland Remembers, on Sunday 13th at 1030 to commemorate the fallen war heroes.
STV will bring audiences live action of the much anticipated world cup qualifier match between England and Scotland at Wembley Stadium on Friday 11th November.
ITV has commissioned STV Productions to make a further series of game show Catchphrase.
Scotland Tonight will celebrate five years on STV with an extended programme reflecting on some of the dramatic changes that have shaped Scotland, the UK and the world.
Prison: First & Last 24 Hours to air on Sky 1 on Mondays at 2200
Lorraine Kelly has announced the STV Children’s Appeal 2016 has raised £2,568,369 for children and young people living in poverty in Scotland.
STV to launch first integrated Scottish, UK and international news programme.
STV to air two This is Scotland documentaries from Monday 3rd October
Elaine C. Smith’s Burdz Eye View returns to STV Fridays at 2000 from 30 September
STV has announced a fantastic line-up of programmes to highlight the work carried out by the STV Children’s Appeal and local fundraisers across the country to raise money and awareness about children and young people living in poverty in Scotland.
The programmes will air from Friday 16 September, culminating in the annual live show hosted by Lorraine Kelly on Friday 23 September. Viewers will gain insight into some of the many charities and community projects across Scotland that are supported by the STV Children’s Appeal and see how the money raised makes a real difference in the lives of Scotland’s children.