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Cowal Highland Gathering Live Stream by Inner Ear Still

“Fantastic job Inner Ear and thank you to Cowal for doing it right this year! Awesome all around…” Heather MacInnis, Livestream Chatroom As both hosts for the World Highland Dancing Championship and Scotland’s biggest highland games, Cowal Highland Gathering is a prestigious event. Taking place on the second last weekend of August the event…(Read More)

As part of preparations for the Paisley 2021 UK City of Culture bid and also as part of a major redevelopment plan for Paisley venues, Renfrewshire Council commissioned us to do an interesting piece of evaluation and recommendation consultancy. The works is a response to an issue raised around “digital latency” and proposals for a…(Read More)

Jack Lee and Roddy MacLeod, winners of the Glenfiddich Piping Championship 2017

Each year the National Piping Centre and the William Grant Foundation commission Inner Ear (in association with our TRADtv brand) to produce a live stream, and comprehensive video documentation, of the world’s premiere solo piping competition: the Glenfiddich Piping Championship. Broadcast live from Blair Castle in Blair Atholl, near Pitlochry in Perthshire, on the…(Read More)

At Resonate 2017, Dougal Perman (chair of the Scottish Music Industry Association and director of Inner Ear), hosted a panel featuring Geoff Ellis (DF Concerts), Rachael Brown (Cultural Enterprise Office), Alan Morrison (Creative Scotland) and Neil Semple (Department for International Trade). Entitled Developing The Infrastructure of Scotland’s Music Industry, the panel evaluated Scotland’s…(Read More)

RCS Opera Singer's Masterclass Inner Ear Video Documentation

On Friday 20 May the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland commissioned Inner Ear to film and record an opera singer’s masterclass with world-renowned tenor Dennis O’Neill. To say that the class was inspiring is an understatement. The singers are all extremely talented, as you would expect from one of the world’s leading…(Read More)

Action on Digital Skills in Scotland

Skills Development Scotland presented an event that looked at what we know about the demand for technology skills in Scotland, including skills challenges and opportunities, and critically showcasing some of inspirational initiatives which are already underway to address the digital skills gap. We can achieve more by working together to address technology skills challenges. The…(Read More)

Jane Ballentine (Limitless Learning Limited)

Digital Scotland and Girl Geek Scotland present videos that inspire and inform role models and mentors as part of Skills Development Scotland’s “Tackling the Technology Gender Gap Together” workstream. Inner Ear created a series of videos to accompany and promote the downloadable Role Models & Mentors advice document. The videos were written and presented…(Read More)

Inga Rudzitis (Float)

Digital Scotland and Equate present videos that inform policy on employment as part of Skills Development Scotland’s “Tackling the Technology Gender Gap Together” workstream. Inner Ear created a series of videos to accompany and promote the downloadable Best Practice Guide For Employers. Interviews Talat Yaqoob (Equate) Inga Rudzitis (Float) Yvonne Dickson (FDM) Ronnie Corse…(Read More)

Here are the talks from Tackling the Technology Gap Together 2017, filmed at the University of Strathclyde Technology Innovation Centre on Wednesday 29 March 2017. Please note: all the videos are on Vimeo and embedded on this page. They are private videos but do note require a password. Please review all of the videos via…(Read More)

Creative Europe, Creative Scotland, TMF and SMIA collaborated to present an event about Creative Europe funding opportunities and consider the likely implications of Brexit. Click on the players below to watch the videos or click on the Vimeo logo to view them on the Vimeo website, where you will find a link to download each…(Read More)

On Wednesday 16 November The Leith Agency ran an exciting campaign project: Royal Bank of Scotland Presents #PridesCloser, a stripped back gig in the legendary Barrowland Ballroom featuring Scottish pop band Prides supported by Atom Tree. Inner Ear documented the event, produced videos of the performances, managed the live stream (to multiple platforms, especially the…(Read More)