After 30 years of roaming the country, reporting Scotland for a wide range of programmes on radio and television, David Calder is moving into a new sphere - online training.

A director of the online video production company, BITWeb.tv, he's been asked to advise firms on how best to use video as a marketing tool. So he's created a course that covers everything from the kit you might need to the content of the videos, from creating a digital marketing strategy to optimising and promoting the videos you make.

Working with his wife, Penny Haywood Calder of PHPR, he will also be producing a series of webinars on Public Relations as well. And to complete a trio of services, he'll be developing a series of media and communication skills courses as well.

The new Editor of the Caledonian Mercury

Posted by on 7 September 2012

I’ve just taken over the editorship of the Caledonian Mercury, Scotland’s award-winning online newspaper after founder, Stewart Kirkpatrick recently took up a post as Head of Digital at the Yes Campaign. This video outlines the challenges ahead.

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