Stuart Cameron has been working in media since 1978 producing and presenting Television and Radio programmes as well as promoting music acts all over the world via Hotdisc, his music promotion company.

A former dual Scottish High Jump champion, he moved into sports broadcasting and journalism in his teens working in radio at BBC Radio Oxford, Fox FM, Radio Caroline and CMR Nashville as well as freelancing for newspapers and magazines.

As a music promoter he staged many theatre concerts and events, worked with Sir Bobby Moore and Harry Redknapp at Oxford City FC and ran a successful entertainment agency before moving back to Scotland in 2000 to launch Scottish Rugby Radio then Borders Rugby Television.

As a performer he has played many big venues in the UK and as an actor has appeared with Lynn Redgrave, Peter Davison and Samantha Bond in Film and TV productions. He has narrated many TV programmes and DVDs including Motor Sports shows for Duke, the leading Motor Sports Media company.

Stuart is a regular on Radio Borders, BBC Radio Scotland and TalkSPORT, where he covered the last two Rugby World Cups in New Zealand and England. His Hotdisc Chart TV and Radio shows are syndicated across Europe every week and he is rugby correspondent for ITV Border, where he presents, edits and produces regular bulletins. He was producer for the award-winning Scotsman Rugby Show which won the top prize at the 2014 Scottish Press Awards in the "Innovation of the Year" category, while in the same year the "Borders Railway - From Start To Finish" radio show produced by Stuart was nominated at the Bauer Media Awards in the "Innovation of the Year" category. The Six Series TV version of that project took nearly three years to make and is regarded as the most comprehensive work on the Borders Railway. The 34 episodes are now included in an 8-disc DVD Box Set.

There's a film, "The Story of the Borders Railway" now released - his fourth feature-length movie - the others being a docu-film following St Boswells Rugby Club as they made history by winning the Scottish Shield competition, and, in 1992, a film about Hawick Rugby Club's Greatest Ever Team and another docu-film about Dennis Locorriere solo comeback following many years as a top pop act as the lead singer with Dr Hook.

In 2017 the weekly European Hotdisc Country Music chart show for Sky TV's 24 hour Country Channel on Sky 389, FreeSat 516 as well as FreeView Channel 87 completed 100 editions on air, while another project sees him producing weekly TV rugby coverage of BT National League 1 for Scottish Rugby Television.

He brings a wealth of experience to StuMedia, where he is undertaking a variety of different projects as a media and PR consultant and video journalist specialising in news, documentaries, music and sport. His TV and radio production company is available for covering sports events as well as producing TV and bespoke programming.

Stuart has launched "Golden Memories" which can best be described as a cross between "This Is Your Life" and "Desert Island Discs."  It gives ordinary people the chance to put someone in the spotlight, be interviewed about their life, and end up with a television programme on DVD which makes the perfect gift for loved ones. It brings to life a person's story talking about key elements of their life, their favourite music and providing families with a unique gift which can be handed down to generations after. 

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