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  Tyne Tees Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tyne Tees Television Limited is the ITV television contractor for North East England.
Tyne Tees Television's flagship regional programme is "North East Tonight", a local news programme broadcast at 6pm, primarily hosted by Mike Neville.
On 28 October 2002, Tyne Tees Television was rebranded as ITV1 Tyne Tees.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tyne_Tees_Television   (719 words)

 Scottish Television
Scottish Television is Scotland's largest independent television station, and has held the ITV franchise for Central Scotland since 1957.
Scottish TV produces news and current affairs programmes (in both English and Gaelic) for its transmission region, as well as for the whole of Scotland.
It is the main rival to the publicly-funded broadcaster, BBC Scotland.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Scottish_Television   (158 words)

 Scottish television stations
Scottish Television which is based in Glasgow and covers the central belt of Scotland.
Grampian Television which is based in Aberdeen, and covers the Highlands and Islands.
Border TV covers both the Scottish and English borderlands and the crown dependency of the Isle of Man.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Scottish_television_stations   (190 words)

 Border Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Border Television is the ITV franchisee for the border region between England and Scotland, and also the Crown Dependency of Isle of Man.
Based in Carlisle, England, Border TV has been broadcasting since 1 September 1961, and has had the complex task of serving three very different regions, particularly given the political differences between England and Scotland, and the fact that the Isle of Man is not even part of the United Kingdom.
The chairman of Border Television is Melvyn Bragg.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Border_Television   (203 words)

 Carlton Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carlton Television was originally a company set up by Michael Green's Carlton Communications to bid for an ITV franchise.
Having failed to oust Thames Television from its London weekday slot in 1987, Carlton finally succeeded in the 1991/2 round for reasons that were seen as political.
Since 26 October 2002, Carlton Television (in common with all the other ITV companies except Scottish Television, Grampian Television and Ulster Television) has been known on air simply as ITV1 (London).
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carlton_Television   (472 words)

 Station Information - Scottish Television
Scottish Television has been the ITV franchise for central Scotland since 1957, based in Glasgow.
It is now owned by the Scottish Media Group (SMG), which also owns Scotland's other ITV franchise, Grampian, based in Aberdeen.
Scottish produces news and current affairs programmes for its region, as well as for the whole of Scotland.
www.stationinformation.com /encyclopedia/s/sc/scottish_television.html   (62 words)

 Scottish Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scottish Television is Scotland's largest independent television franchisee, and has held the ITV franchise for Central Scotland since 31 August 1957.
It is the main rival to the publicly-funded national broadcaster, BBC Scotland.
Animated Scottish TV logo, 1964, from 625.uk.com (Requires Macromedia Flash version 6 or later).
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scottish_Television   (159 words)

 Scottish Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Scottish Media, the owner of Scottish Television, is to acquire Grampian, the other Scottish ITV company, for over £100m.
Scottish Television has said it is planning to build up a cross-media group, and its £120m bid for Caledonian Publishing is part of this strategy.
Scottish Television is planning to introduce a cable TV channel in Scotland next year.
www.ukbusinesspark.co.uk /scn99460.htm   (210 words)

 Encyclopedia: Scottish television stations
Scottish Television (Viewers in the Highlands and Islands receive transmissions from Scottish TV's sister station, Grampian Television.
Those in the far south of the country receive Channel 3 programming, courtesy of Border Television, an ITV affiliate based just over the border in Carlisle, England.
In addition to the three Scottish stations, the country also receives two UK-wide channels, as well as a multitude of European digital and satellite stations:
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Scottish-television-stations   (149 words)

 Scotsman.com Business - Top Stories - Watchdog backs SMG proposals for single Scottish news bulletin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The radical proposals for Scottish Television and Grampian to produce a 10:30pm ITN newscast exclusively for Scotland have been given the green light in Ofcom’s review of broadcasting in Scotland.
Scottish TV and Grampian TV will be required to broadcast at least four hours per week of non-news regional programming until the first UK region switches to digital.
Scottish TV’s licence requirements for non-news programming will remain at current levels, Grampian’s will increase from 1.5 hours to 4 hours per week, and Border’s Scottish output from 1 hour 8 minutes to 3 hours per week.
business.scotsman.com /index.cfm?id=150642005   (420 words)

 Scottish Television 1990 - current   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Scottish entered the 90's after ditching the ITV Generic Look.
Scottish then ditched the "big 80's" lettering, and moved smoothly into the 90's with this nice computer-animated effort.
To celebrate a truly Scottish occasion, Hogmanay and the Millennium were celebrated with the use of these special idents, with a lack of "thistle" logo.
www.auar71.dsl.pipex.com /TVA/scottish2.htm   (432 words)

 TV ARK : Scottish Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A variant of the 1985 'Bertie Bassett' ident to celebrate Scottish Television's 30th birthday.
The generic ITV ident used briefly by Scottish between 1989 and 1990.
This ident featuring 'Scottish Television' was introduced in 1992 to accompany the 1990 thistle ident.
www.tv-ark.org.uk /scotland/scottishtv2.html   (126 words)

 Scottish Television - 1957 - 1989   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The company logo turned out to be the Scottish "thistle", a style to stay with the company for 13 years.
Scottish also celebrated their 30th Anniversary using this logo and a variation of the animation sequence.
However, Scottish had to give way to the 1989 ITV Generic Style for their version of the ident.
www.auar71.dsl.pipex.com /TVA/scottish.htm   (435 words)

 Scottish Television switches tack, but won’t give up fight to remain fully independent - [Sunday Herald]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The complexity of these issues is enough to ensure that much of Emslie’s time is taken up positioning SMG’s television division (comprising Scottish Television, Grampian Television, Ginger Television and SMG TV Productions) to ensure that it remains a player in a changing world.
With the division pumping £10m directly into the Scottish economy and helping to maintain the country’s talent pool, Emslie believes that a parliamentary order (as done for Endemol, which is linked to Spain’s Telefonica) could be used to redefine it as an independent operator.
This campaign seems to highlight a desire to focus on a long-term strategy of SMG Television – a strategy that could involve the early renewal of its regional licences in 2005.
ww1.sundayherald.com /44221   (1362 words)

 Scottish TV set to move beside BBC - Evening Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
SCOTTISH Television is poised to join the BBC in a historic move to the banks of the Clyde.
Bosses at the TV station are expected to go ahead with plans to build new studios next to Glasgow's Science Centre at Pacific Quay.
Developers are eager to see Scottish Television and SMG, former owner of the Evening Times, move to the site too.
ww1.eveningtimes.co.uk /news/5020835.shtml   (226 words)

 Mairi MacInnes - Scottish Gaelic singer and television presenter from South Uist.
She is accomplished in traditional style singing as well as in the more modern expression which appeals to the younger generation.
Mairi is also well known for her Gaelic childrens’ television programmes where she entertains youngsters with song and rhyme, many of them her own work - an album of Gaelic childrens’ songs by Mairi is due to be released by Greentrax later in 2001.
Greentrax released Mairi’s album This Feeling Inside in 1995 and she was also included on the unique recording project Gaelic Women which was later presented as a feature concert at Celtic Connections.
www.musicscotland.com /mairimacinnes/albums/orosay.htm   (511 words)

 BAFTA Scotland :: Promoting Scotland's Screen Industry
Established in the late eighties with core funding from the main Scottish broadcasters, the organisation has a rapidly growing membership of industry professionals.
Award ceremonies for new talent in film, television and new media form a large part of the company's remit.
The BAFTA Scotland Awards 2004, Scotland's premiere event for film, television and interactive media, took place on Sunday 14th November at the Radisson SAS Hotel in Glasgow.
www.baftascotland.co.uk   (256 words)

 Scottish Television Stations Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Scottish Television Stations Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography
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www.karr.net /search/encyclopedia/Scottish_television_stations   (371 words)

 The Scots Independent Newspaper Online - The Flag in the Wind
We saw that this week in the Scottish Parliament, where the SNP sponsored a debate on the Scottish Economy.
Scottish manufacturing was then driven to the wall by a sky-high sterling exchange rate, encouraged by Margaret Thatcher to repay UK debts quickly and to stem any outward flows of capital following the sudden removal of exchange controls.
Robert I, King of Scots, led a Scottish army to victory against the English at the Battle of Byland, near Byland Abbey, Yorkshire.
www.scotsindependent.org   (3737 words)

 Scottish Screen
To be alerted about the launch of our new website, and to stay up-to-date with the latest news from the Scottish screen industries enter your email address below and e-roughcuts will be delivered direct to your inbox.
Scottish Screen have launched a new and improved Short Film Distribution Strategy which will give filmmakers more control and responsibility over the distribution of the film after completion.
Click here to find out what is in the Scottish Screen Archive and learn about Scotland's rich film heritage.
www.scottishscreen.com   (139 words)

 Scottish TV - programme information and tv listings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jemma Redgrave, John Hannah and Matthew Kelly star in new ITV drama Cold Blood.
The inside track on the big issues which shape Scottish political life
We want to hear your views on Scottish TV, the programmes we broadcast and this website.
www.scottishtv.co.uk   (128 words)

 Scottish Television Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 National and Transnational Scottish Identity: Hollywood and Beyond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The process of choosing to be Scottish is similar to being adopted by a new cultural family and the transaction, as in L's case, is often facilitated by what could be described as adoption agencies: Scottish interest groups, such as Burns Societies and Scottish country dancers.
The Scottish diaspora’s demand for nostalgic sentimental tales of the Mother Country, it is argued, sustained Scotland’s culturally immature state during the Victorian period.(7) Through such criticism Stevenson becomes the living embodiment of a Scotland unable to assert its nationhood, held in thrall to the imperial power of its neighbour.
In the Scottish Chapbook proclamation that in 1922 marks the beginning of Hugh MacDiarmid’s Renaissance project, the poet declares on the language issue that it is the purpose of his venture to "encourage and publish the work of contemporary Scottish poets and dramatists, whether in English, Gaelic, or Braid Scots [my emphasis]".
www.sfu.ca /~leith/panel.htm   (16353 words)

 Restoration Shortlist, Scotland, Restoration Shortlist Scotland, TV, Scottish Television
It's the largest deal of its kind undertaken by Scottish Enterprise, which will also invest £23m in the acility to be built next to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary at Little France.
Poor old Basildon, incoming Edinburgh Architecture Tsar, Sir Terry Farrell, is quoted in Press as saying Edinburgh needs to be radically redesigned as part of a drive to prevent the Basildonisation of the city and ensure that developers raise their standards.
The Scottish Executive has advised it aims to build 300 Scottish Schools over the next six years using PFI - almost one primary or secondary school per week between now and 2010.
www.edinburgharchitecture.co.uk /news%2004_apr.htm   (496 words)

 Scotland the Movie Location Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is the most complete and detailed guide to Scottish filming locations available anywhere - either on the internet or in book format.
It is fully illustrated with maps and many photographs to enable anyone to visit the filming locations either on the ground or on a virtual tour.
New for 2004 is our Movie Tours section for those interested in visiting Scottish movie filming locations.
www.scotlandthemovie.com   (302 words)

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