The STV Children’s Appeal 2019 has raised £2,561,732 for children and young people living in poverty in Scotland. Presenter Lorraine Kelly announced the incredible fundraising total at the annual STV Children’s Appeal live show on Friday 4 October.
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As another successful fundraising campaign reaches its climax, STV has announced the line-up of special programmes that will air over the next three weeks. With over £19 million raised since its launch, the STV Children’s Appeal supports children and young people across Scotland and these programmes will showcase fundraisers and the causes the Appeal is responding to.
Earlier this week STV hosted the fourth STV Growth Academy as part of a series of events established to reach out to the next generation of Scottish businesses to nurture their development and support growth.
STV Player is now the most popular commercial video on demand (VOD) platform in Scotland and it’s about to get even better with further additions to the highly successful content strategy as more new content partners are secured.
STV has today announced a new partnership with pay television sports broadcaster, Premier Sports and their free-to-air sister channel, FreeSports. The partnership will initially cover two distinct areas with scope to develop and extend as both STV and Premier Sports continue to grow their audiences.
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Long-running ratings success Antiques Road Trip is back on the road as Britain’s favourite experts compete to make the most money at auction. The new series airs weekdays at 4.30pm on BBC One from Monday 2nd September.
Emma Cameron presents new-look show starting on Friday 30th August at 8pm on STV
Scotland Tonight - the most watched Scottish current affairs programme - returns to STV screens tonight (Tuesday, 27th August) before parliamentarians reconvene after the summer recess.
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STV has launched a training programme designed to increase diversity and promote inclusion within STV, both on- and off-screen, and more broadly across the creative industries in Scotland. The programme will be delivered in conjunction with three partner organisations: Inclusion Scotland; Equate Scotland and the Social Mobility Foundation.