Media in Glasgow
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- BBC Scotland — the national broadcaster, based in Pacific Quay Studios at Pacific Quay.
- STV — (previously known as Scottish Television in Central Scotland, and Grampian Television in Northern Scotland). Scotland's largest independent ITV companies, owned by the STV Group plc, based in Pacific Quay.
Some London-based programmes are soon to be moved to Scotland to share the British media market starting with The National Lottery Jet Set.
- BBC Radio Scotland
- Clyde 1
- Clyde 2
- Capital Scotland
- Real Radio Scotland
- 105.2 Smooth Radio
- Sunny Govan Radio
- Radio Free Scotland
- Celtic Music Radio
- AWAZ FM
- Insight Radio
- bunkered — Scotland's best-selling golf magazine and the biggest-selling golf magazine in the UK per capita.
A number of major Scottish newspapers are published in the city:
- The Daily Record and Sunday Mail — Scotland's best-selling tabloid, based at Central Quay
- The Herald — Scotland's best-selling broadsheet
- The Sunday Herald — its five-year-old sister title
- The Evening Times — an evening tabloid distributed in the west of Scotland
As well as Scottish editions of:
Local newspapers are:
- The Glaswegian — Covering Glasgow and parts of East Renfrewshire
- The Digger — Mainly covering the North of Glasgow
- Local News for Southsiders — The Southside of Glasgow and the Govan area.
- The Glasgow East News — The East End of the City
- The West End Mail — Partick, West-End and the Northwest outskirts. -Ceased December 2006 
- The Springburn Herald — Weekly newspaper covering the area of North Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire
- G41 — Monthly community newspaper serving Dumbreck, Pollokshields, Strathbungo, Shawlands and Langside. Published by a social enterprise called Southside Media.
- Southside Happenings A local website documenting life on the southside of the city.
- g41.org.uk Citizen journalism website created by Southside Media
- Transform Television Transform TV is Scotland's Community TV Channel on the web by Fablevision
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