STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh to host a range of coverage including live matches
A Scottish independent production company is getting the opportunity to showcase their locally produced drama The Crews on STV’s city channels in a broadcast premiere.
Sky has commissioned STV Productions and GroupM Entertainment to return to Scotland’s prisons to make a second documentary series about life behind bars in the 21st century.
Today (Tuesday 5 April) STV's city channels, STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh, have moved to channel 8 in the Freeview Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) from a previous position of 23.
A new documentary made by STV Productions will mark the 80th anniversary of the legendary ocean liner the RMS Queen Mary's maiden voyage, in a co-production for BBC Scotland, BBC Four and Smithsonian Channel.
STV viewers can soon feast their eyes on brand new cooking series Jak and Eddie's Scottish Kitchen, starting Monday 28 March at 8pm.
Lorraine Kelly, Sean Batty and a host of well known Scots are getting ready to walk, run and cycle for the STV Children's Appeal 2016, to raise money for children and young people affected by poverty in Scotland.
STV has today launched a major new marketing campaign to promote its newly enhanced digital news services including the STV News App which debuted last week.
STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh will step into the ring to bring live boxing to viewers as Commonwealth boxing gold medallist Charlie Flynn and hotly-tipped boxing talent Joe Ham take on their opponents in STV Fight Night on Friday 18 March.
Bethany Christian Trust has received £150,000 from the STV Children’s Appeal to boost financial support for Safe Families for Children, a community project running in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
STV has today launched a suite of enhanced digital news services, the centrepiece of which is the new STV News App available now at the App Store and the Google Play Store.
STV has welcomed the announcement from Digital UK; that the STV City TV channels are to receive a more prominent position in the Freeview TV guide.
STV will shine a light on financial fraud as Stopping Scotland’s Scammers returns for a second series on Monday 29 February.
STV has announced comprehensive coverage of The Scottish Parliament election race including a live debate featuring five Scottish party leaders and an overnight results programme hosted by political editor Bernard Ponsonby.
ITV has commissioned STV Productions, with co-production partners GroupM Entertainment, to make a second series of popular ITV2 comedy panel show, Safeword.
The STV Player is now available to viewers on Freeview Play as STV continues to make its programmes widely available to its audiences, whenever and wherever they want them.
Live at Five and The Late Show start 6 January on STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh
Long-running ratings success Antiques Road Trip, produced by STV Productions, returns weekdays at 1630 from Monday 4th January.
A Glasgow man who has used his own childhood experience to help children in hospital has been named the overall winner at the RBS: Finding Scotland’s Real Heroes awards ceremony hosted by Carol Smillie on STV.
As 2015 comes to an end, STV will celebrate Hogmanay with Elaine C. Smith’s Burdz Eye View of Hogmanay, where the much loved comedian and actor gives a quirky, nostalgic and entertaining look at Scotland’s Hogmanay traditions.
STV will recognise local champions from across Scotland in a star studded awards ceremony hosted by Carol Smillie. RBS: Finding Scotland’s Real Heroes - The Awards will air on STV at 2100 on Tuesday 15 December.
STV Productions has appointed Peter Collins as Executive Producer, Factual, to further strengthen its successful multi-genre team.
ITV has commissioned STV Productions to make a fifth series of hit game show Catchphrase.
As STV prepares to enhance its digital news output for consumers, the company has today announced the appointment of Suzanne Lord as News Intake Editor.
STV has commissioned two new, 30 minute documentaries as part of This is Scotland, a documentary and new talent initiative run by the Scottish Documentary Institute (SDI) in association with Creative Scotland.