Broadcasting in an Independent Scotland

Broadcasting in an Independent Scotland

Wednesday, 21 May, 2014

Location

The City of Glasgow College Television Studio
60 North Hanover Street
Glasgow
G1 2BP
United Kingdom
Twitter icon
Facebook icon
LinkedIn icon
e-mail icon
Centre Event

What are the implications of independence for broadcasting in Scotland? What would happen to BBC Scotland, STV, Channel 4 and the people who work for them in the event of a ‘Yes’ vote? What would the proposed Scottish Broadcasting Service deliver? And what price would we pay for EastEnders, X Factor and David Attenborough?

The politician who would be responsible for implementing the new broadcasting regime is Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture in the Scottish Government. In a special event she addresses the Royal Television Society Scotland and discusses these and other key issues. John MacKay of STV is in the chair.

Booking Instructions

Please reserve a place by emailing your name and whether or not you are a member of the RTS to:

creativeindustries@cityofglasgowcollege.ac.uk

Admission is free.

Twitter icon
Facebook icon
LinkedIn icon
e-mail icon

Location Details

60 North Hanover Street
Glasgow
G1 2BP
United Kingdom

Related Events

From her award winning debut The Devil's Doorway to the Academy's...
Belfast
Tue, 30/04/2024