THE National is always on the hunt for new ways to engage our audience – and we want to talk to people who could be involved in one such upcoming project.
We’re putting out a call for assistance on something we’re cooking up that will involve journalism in Gaelic.
We don’t want to give too many details away yet – but we’ve already been in touch with some parties helping to shape what’s coming.
While the exact details of the project are still in the works, as it will involve the Gaelic language, The National is looking for journalists and writers who know it.
If you can speak Gaelic and think you might be interested, please send over a quick email and CV to [email protected] and we’ll follow up with you soon with more details.
We’d love to hear from as many people as possible – we’re excited for this project and hope others will be too!
However, if you’re a Scottish Tory MSP who removes Gaelic from the Scottish Parliament logo, maybe save yourself the trouble of applying …
National editor Callum Baird said: “While this is still a bit of a secret project just now, The National is a paper that serves Scotland – its culture, its languages and more.
“Gaelic is part of the fabric of this country and so we’ve been cooking something up.
“Thanks in advance to everyone who gets in touch!”
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