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Games legacy for creative industries

13/11/13 15:35

Games legacy for creative industries: Free first use picture issued on behalf of The Scottish Government. Please credit: Picture by John Young / YoungMedia 

Games legacy for creative industries.
Students to receive Commonwealth Games broadcast training and work experience.

Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop today announced financial support for the Legacy 2014 Host Broadcaster Training Initiative (HBTI), to give 600 students and lecturers from across Scotland access to high quality broadcast training and practical work experience at the Games. The Initiative will ensure there is a new generation of broadcast talent in Scotland.

Ms Hyslop met and was interviewed by students taking part in the programme and unveil the new Legacy 2014 Outside Broadcast truck. The truck will tour Scotland’s colleges and universities providing experience of the latest broadcast technology. 

For further information please contact:
Julie McSkimming
Office: 0131 244 3438
Mobile: 07815 703220

Free first use picture issued on behalf of The Scottish Government. Please credit: Picture by John Young / YoungMedia Games legacy for creative industries. Students to receive Commonwealth Games broadcast training and work experience. Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop today announced financial support for the Legacy 2014 Host Broadcaster Training Initiative (HBTI), to give 600 students and lecturers from across Scotland access to high quality broadcast training and practical work experience at the Games. The Initiative will ensure there is a new generation of broadcast talent in Scotland. Ms Hyslop met and was interviewed by students taking part in the programme and unveil the new Legacy 2014 Outside Broadcast truck. The truck will tour Scotland’s colleges and universities providing experience of the latest broadcast technology. For further information please contact: Julie McSkimming Office: 0131 244 3438 Mobile: 07815 703220

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