John Myer’s recent book, “Team It’s Only Radio” catalogued the rise of one of radio’s great personalities, and he dropped into the Creative Loop Student Media Festival to recount […]
It’s the biggest commercial sports radio show in the country, and they do it every week – but what is “it” and how do they keep their […]
It’s a relatively new discipline in broadcasting, and not a position that everyone can hold easily. When you’re a VJ, it’s not just the weight of the […]
What happened – what did you miss? What did she say?
What a festival, and what a response from the student delegates and the invited industry […]
From “funny down the pub” to open spots at a comedy club to getting your first series commissioned. It’s a long, twisted trail that can seem insurmountable […]
“Network or No Work” was the title of Richard Melvin and Martell Maxwell’s session at the Creative Loop Student Media Festival, and like it or not – […]
A stalwart in Scottish broadcast journalism, Alasdair Lamont took time out of his day to explain to the students of Scotland just how important online journalism has […]
In this session Iain Davidson and Chris Grady discuss The Comedy Unit’s talent development process.
From the very first script, idea or meeting all the way […]
The BBC lead the world in live broadcasting and since 1979 they have kept the public engaged and informed with British politics and world events with Question […]
The core focus of the Creative Loop is to connect media professionals directly to the media students in Scotland. After this interview we took the rest of […]