A referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country took place on Thursday, 18 September 2014.
Counting began after polls closed at 22:00 BST on 18 September. Running totals from the 32 local government areas were expected during the night, with more than half the votes likely to have been counted by 03:30. By the morning of 19 September 2014, accounting for votes from all but one of the 32 areas, about 55% voted in favour of Scotland remaining part of the United Kingdom.
Both BBC Scotland and STV began to introduce related presentation from mid-May. On 9 June 2014 – 100 days before the vote – other broadcasters started to roll out their presentation for the referendum.
A selection of presentation used by Al Jazeera (English)
Studio and graphics
A collection of presentation used by the America network while reporting on the Scottish referendum.
Studio and graphics
BBC Scotland unveiled its referendum logo in January 2014, to coincide with the first Television audience debates and provide umbrella brand for its referendum documentaries. The first documentary "Our Friends in the North" was first broadcast on 25 November...
A collection of presentation used by Channel 5 news, while covering the Scottish referendum. With thanks to JK08.
Coming up Live from Edinburgh.
Live in Edinburgh.
Referendum presentation from Good Morning Britain now online.
A collection of presentation used across the world by media outlets, outside America reporting on the Scottish referendum.
Channel 9: Studio and graphics
A collection of presentation used by ITV while covering the Scottish referendum.
With thanks to TV Archive for his contributions to this page.
Presenters and straps
Live from Edinburgh.
ITV news did not add any logos...
A selection of presentation for the Scottish Referendum used by RT.
S4C Coverage of the Scottish referendum.
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On the 9 June 2014, Sky News unveiled its presentation for the referendum.
More presentation will be available soon.
100 Days before.
BBC Live debate
STV unveiled its referendum logo in May 2014,
Channel 4 and Channel 5 News coverage of the Scottish Referendum.