Scottish Digital Network

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The Scottish Digital Network (SDN) is a planned new public service broadcaster and online services provider in Scotland. It was the principal proposal of the Scottish Broadcasting Commission.[1]

Scottish Digital Network Panel[edit]

The members of the Scottish Digital Network Panel are:

  • Blair Jenkins (convener); former convener of the Scottish Broadcasting Commission
  • Professor Neil Blain, Head of Film, Media and Journalism at Stirling University
  • Judith Mackenzie, investment director at Downing Corporate Finance
  • Charles McGhee, media consultant and former editor of The Herald
  • David Wightman, former member of the Scottish Broadcasting Commission and founder and former CEO of Creative Edge Software

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Report urges licence fee cash for Scottish TV network". BBC News Scotland. 23 January 2011. Retrieved 23 January 2011.