As Theresa May declines TV debate...
Former chancellor George Osborne has announced he is to leave the House of Commons ..
Former editor in firing line
The Sun is under pressure to fire its former editor Kelvin MacKenzie over alleged “racist” slurs as the paper faced a new boycott in Liverpool…
As I See It
The Scotsman has got itself a new editor, although the really interesting item on Frank O’Donnell’s to-do list is boosting sales of the ‘i’ in Scotland. ..
Outcry over cabin incident
The alarming sight of a passenger being forced from his seat on a United Airlines plane…
Glasgow station ready for new era
STV’s new channel, STV2, will launch before the end of this month, anchored by a Scottish, UK and international news service…
Anniversary at PR agency
Morrison Media Strategies has celebrated its fifth year with a full rebrand which includes a new name, website and office…
Media tycoon secures takeover battle
Twenty-First Century Fox has secured unconditional EU antitrust approval for its £11.7 billion takeover of Sky. Fox already owned 39% of Sky and major shareholder Rupert Murdoch and his familyRead More
New media project
Daily Business Group has today launched Daily Business Magazine, a features-led website and complement to the Daily Business news website. It contains reviews, interviews and expert opinion on a wide varietyRead More
Ofcom lays down new conditions
The BBC will be forced to spend more of its programming budget in Scotland and Northern Ireland under new measures…
Media group facing headwinds
Johnston Press, owner of The Scotsman newspaper, has reported an annual operating loss of £300 million and said..