STV has been awarded the licences to deliver local TV services to Aberdeen, Ayr and Dundee.
STV’s city TV channels, STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh, have enhanced their schedules for viewers in Scotland’s largest cities from today with extended hours and a range of exciting new original programmes.
New talent initiative, This is Scotland, is welcoming pitches for the second year following the successful broadcast of two documentaries from upcoming Scottish filmmakers on STV.
STV’s movie man Grant Lauchlan returns with the sixth series of popular film review show Moviejuice on Friday 13th February at 2000.
STV will broadcast two brand 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.
The Link returns for a brand new series from 26th January, weekdays at 1500 on BBC One.
STV Edinburgh launched last night with a reach of approximately 166,000 viewers in Edinburgh and the east.
STV presents highlights of its 2015 schedule, including continued commitment to news and current affairs content, a variety of original Scottish programming, international sport, high profile network shows, and returning STV favourites.
Schools from across Glasgow will feature in Glasgow's Christmas Song Book for a festive sing along on STV Glasgow on Christmas Day.
STV and STV Glasgow viewers will see a festive makeover from today (Monday 8th December) with new seasonal branding and channel idents featuring user generated content.
STV Productions has been commissioned to make a fifth series of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip for peak time broadcast on BBC Two.
STV Edinburgh will launch in early January 2015 with a magazine show broadcast live from the capital each weekday evening.
The Women Who Went to War – A Great Adventure will air on 11th November at 2000