STV reports operating profit up 10% as strategic plan accelerates growth
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.
The Cash Machine starts Sunday 1st September at 7pm on STV
Additional casting announced including Sophie Rundle, Helen Behan and Maggie Steed
What’s On Scotland at the Festival will air on STV on Friday 26th July at 2000
Primal Media has announced a key appointment to its senior team.
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.
Lorraine Kelly will present exciting new format quiz show, The Cash Machine
Ahead of a planned Capital Markets Event for analysts and investors today, STV announces a number initiatives designed to accelerate its digital and production growth.
STV Productions has acquired a majority stake in innovative unscripted producer Primal Media.
Following the success of STV Productions’ observational documentary series Inside Central Station, a second series has been commissioned for delivery later this year.
STV Productions, led by David Mortimer, has announced a key appointment to further strengthen its Entertainment team.
The People’s History Show and Animal 999 to return to STV
Communities across Islay urged to join in to support children affected by poverty