Join John Michie, Pamela Stephenson and Bruce Devlin to raise money for the STV Appeal Dance Marathon.
STV has joined up with Disney Pixar to launch a groundbreaking, multi-platform media campaign to help launch its much anticipated film, Brave, in Scotland.
From Scotland to the Olympic and Paralympic Games – the story behind six Scottish athletes’ journey to London 2012
STV has been selected as one of the first of two initial additional content partners on YouView, the internet-connected TV platform which will launch next month.
ScotPulse - tracking the pulse of Scotland
STV has been nominated for an Innovation Award at the Brightcove PLAY 2012 Awards taking place in Boston on June 27. The STV Player service has been nominated in the category of ‘Best Connected TV App’.
Singer song-writer Amy Macdonald carried out the ultimate musical challenge earlier this week (Tuesday 12 June), by performing at five gigs in one day, and raising a fantastic £10,000 along the way. The money raised will be match funded by the Scottish Government, bringing the total amount raised to a massive £20,000, with all proceeds going to the STV Appeal 2012.
STV, Scotland’s leading digital media company, has confirmed the appointment of Michael McTernan in the newly created position of Director of Digital Products, reporting to Alistair Brown, Chief Technology & Platforms Officer.
Comedian and broadcaster Fred MacAulay has taken on the challenge of trekking the mighty West Highland Way in aid of the STV Appeal 2012 – and what’s more, he’ll perform a comedy gig at various points along the way!
As part of STV’s four-part Incredible Stories series, Charlie’s Army follows the story of proud Scot, Charlie Allan and his band of bearded, battle-re-enactment, fort-building bikers, who've started their very own 21st Century Scottish clan.
The best national teams of Europe will take centre stage this summer for the UEFA EURO 2012 competition – and you can catch all the action from 18 matches live on STV.
Amy Macdonald’s 'Five a Day for the Kids'
STV today launches two brand new, dedicated websites for the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow - www.stvglasgow.com and www.stvedinburgh.com.
BBC Two has commissioned a second series of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip from Glasgow-based production company, STV Productions. STV will produce 20 x 60” episodes – double the amount of the first celebrity series – for peak time broadcast on BBC Two later this year.
In a brand new, eye-opening four-part series, eight well known Scottish personalities open up their homes and let the waste experts in! Too Good to Waste starts 8pm, Tuesday 3 April 2012 on STV.
STV has today announced that production company STV Productions, in association with Digital Rights Group (DRG), LA based Nine/8 Entertainment and Creative Media, is developing a historical drama series based on Scotland’s most famous story - that of legendary Scot, William Wallace.
STV, Scotland’s pre-eminent media brand, today announces new appointments to further strengthen its Sales and Commercial function.
STV Productions today (Thursday) confirms that it has been commissioned by BBC Daytime to produce a further four series of the popular programme, Antiques Road Trip.
The STV News at Six has a fresh new look this month, with brand new sets being installed at the Aberdeen and Dundee studios, and revamped title sequences.
In a two-part special, STV weather man, Sean Batty shares his passion and enthusiasm for all things weather related with a snow and ice themed weather series.
Britain’s best loved antiques experts are back for another battle of brains, buying and banter – and this series sees an astonishing find in the north of Scotland, delivering a huge profit for one of our teams!
STV extends its STV Anywhere strategy, allowing people on Facebook to share shows from STV Player with their friends.
A brand new series of the film review show Moviejuice is set to return to STV screens tomorrow night, Friday 6 January 2012 at 8pm. The show will run for 12 weeks and will see STV’s movie man Grant Lauchlan, interview some of the biggest names in cinema.