City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Media

Edinburgh International Film Festival Preview: What Should We Expect?

What should we expect from this years Film Festival?

Now that the dust has settled on the launch it seems appropriate to take stock.

Guardian "Winding Down" and "Retiring" Edinburgh Local

For the last year, the Guardian has been running a hyper-local news site covering a range of issues in particular the nitty gritty of Edinburgh municipal affairs. Edinburgh was one of three cities targeted by the news behemoth - the other two being Leeds and Cardiff - for these experiments in localised content.

Video: Edinburgh World Naked Bike Ride

With cycling season now upon us we follow up the St Andrews bike ride video with another less established Edinburgh bike ride, the World Naked Bike Ride.

Eric Schmidt and YouTube To Headline Television Festival

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt will give this year's MacTaggart lecture, the keynote address at the Edinburgh Television Festival in late August.

Local Television Over Scottish Digital Network Takes Step Forward

The establishment of the Scottish Digital Network (SDN), which would deliver local television to rival the BBC's Scottish programming, took another step forward today.

Trams Still In Limbo After War of Words

Tram at the Gyle

When the long-running tram dispute boiled over into a public row this week, we got a brief insight into just how rancorous relations have become between Edinburgh trams company Tie and its contractor Bilfinger Berger.

First Year Broadcasting at Leith FM

In Spring 2003 volunteers from Leith Festival ran Leith FM 1, a successful short term broadcast (RSL) over the Leith Festival week. In Winter 2003/4 Leith Community Mediaworks (LCM) was set-up to deliver Community Radio & TV for and by the people of Leith.

Edinburgh City Council to Launch New Web Site

The City of Edinburgh Council will launch a long-awaited new web site this month (15 September) which will allow it to increase the level of online transactions and reduce running costs.

Tory Grandee Falls Flat On His Face at Holyrood.... Is War Ever Justified?

by Norrie Stewart

"Malky", aka Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP QC & all the rest, made a spectacular entrance at the Scottish Parliament Festival of Politics by carpet surfing onto the stage f