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23rd Jun Job Vacancy: Community Co-ordinator at Hot Tap Media

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Want to work for Glasgow’s ‘Best Microbusiness Employer of the Year’, with a 4-day week, creative, fun work environment, and revenue shares? Well here’s your chance – we’re hiring! We’re looking for a recent graduate with a passion for digital media, digital and physical communities, and independent film and TV to join us at Hot Tap Media. If you’d like to work with us to help bring people together and enjoy great content, then this could be the job for you.

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22nd Jan Depot Arts, Concrete Garden and somewhereto_ Join Forces for re:store in The Imaginarium

Last summer was the year of High Street Heist, which saw somewhereto_ launch re:store in Glasgow in association with icecream architecture and us here at Hot Tap Media as part of a nationwide campaign funded by a £7m injection from The Big Lottery Fund. The idea was to reclaim the high street and offer young entrepreneurial people the opportunity to realise their ideas in creative pop up spaces all over the country – and it was a resounding success!

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11th Nov From Screen To Page: Not Another Happy Ending Gets a Book Release

Page to screen adaptation isn’t anything knew. We’ve seen countless books adapted in to movies. It’s not so often that it happens the other way round. Which is what makes David Solomons’ debut novel so unusual. Adapted from his screenplay of the film of the same name, Not Another Happy Ending is an offbeat rom-com set in the heart of Glasgow, following the trials and tribulations of young aspiring author Jane Lockhart (played spectacularly by Karen Gillan in the film.)

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11th Oct Channel 4 Sign Up to New Facebook API

Channel 4 has become the latest broadcaster to sign up to Facebook’s new API for broadcasters and producers that allows the broadcaster to measure engagement around its programmes in real time, and gives them the opportunity to engage viewers on a new level. The API is already being used by BSkyB who use it to display Facebook comments during its sports chat show What’s The Story, and Channel 4 also intends to pilot the service on its sports coverage, as well as Made in Chelsea, Sunday Brunch and Channel 4 News.

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