When the late Ian Gow, member for Eastbourne, stood up and made a speech in the House of Commons on November 21, 1989, he wasn’t just setting for another argument, he was making television history too. His was the… Read More ›
It doesn’t have a website to speak of yet, the editorial team still busy building and developing its printed product first. Yet Scotland’s newest newspaper, The National, is already proving a draw for users of Twitter, amassing some 16.6k followers in… Read More ›
On a night like Clutha, it didn’t matter who was first, just being right. The only thing that really mattered was those hurt, trapped and dead in the rubble.
There’s been a raft of experts queueing up these past few days to heap praise on the Yes Campaign for their dominance of social media during the Scottish independence campaign. Knowing full well they’d lose the hearts and minds of… Read More ›
They’ve been accused of bias, skulduggery and self-interest. But if there’s no such thing as bad publicity then the public funded BBC Scotland can call itself a winner. In the six months since I’ve been recording social media stats in… Read More ›
How the #Glasgow2014 #CommonwealthGames ceremony played out on Twitterhttp://t.co/8JMSUABhAw pic.twitter.com/E5cPHNgDOd — Twitter Data (@TwitterData) July 23, 2014
This week’s @Scotpapers social media charts is a mixed bag with the national and regional Press having mixed fortunes across platforms. In terms of followers @TheScotsman recorded the most gains, adding 481 new followers to its Twitter stable. But over… Read More ›
Scotland’s Press is blessed with many social media savvy journalists who set the Twittersphere alight with witty banter, cutting questions and breaking stories. But what about the organisations they work for? How do they stack up not just in terms… Read More ›