Who is Ewan?

Hello, I’m Ewan Spence, and I live on the internet.

Picture by Frederic de Villamil

What I do

I am known for my strong views on mobile technology and ensuring accessibility to all; a love of trivia; the new media landscape on the internet; the effect technology and communication will have on the public conscious and existing businesses. I have run numerous training days on using tools like podcasting, blogs and the modern connected internet and spoken at seminars, conferences and industry events around the world.

I’ve been active in this space for over fifteen years, working for a number of sites, publications and media companies, some for long periods of time, others for commissions, one-off pieces or a series of articles or shows.

As Scotland’s first podcaster, I’ve been a prominent voice in the rise of podcasting and new media online, and continue to produce and host ground-breaking audio to this day.

As a BAFTA nominated broadcaster I bring confidence and energy to any topic, from long-form interviews, fast-moving chat shows, and in-depth genre music shows.

As one of the leading UK journalists covering the Eurovision Song Contest I bring a fresh view to what is, unbeknownst to many, a year long festival of music and creativity. As well as helping to run ESC Insight, I’ve produced the United Kingdom’s coverage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest since 2014, and stand proudly alongside Terry Wogan and Ken Bruce as one of the select few chosen to commentate on Eurovision.

What about All New Musings?

Here you’ll find my daily curated links and thoughts on the fast moving world of technology, culture and media, especially around smartphones and mobility. Sometimes just a quote, others have a snappy thought, while a few might spark something more. Feel free to comment, link back to this weblog, or just enjoy.

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Picture by Frederic de Villamil, Creative Commons 2009, and the mini-lego-me avatar is by Chris Doyle, Reasonably Clever.

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