A BROADCASTING platform will be launched by the SNP as the party ramps up indyref campaigning, Keith Brown has revealed.

As the SNP deputy leader kicked off the conference in Aberdeen, he announced that a new show will represent a “significant new campaigning initiative”.

It's understood that the regular show, expected to be put out in podcast form and titled "Scotland's Voices", will promote the case for independence.

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Brown went on: “We will soon launch a brand new broadcast platform, with the first episode of this brand new show covering the debate over Scotland’s future.

“We will bring you familiar and new voices to discuss the big issues surrounding the case for independence.

“So please, keep your eyes peeled online and in your email inbox for more details on this exciting development to be announced very soon. 

“This new venture bring to life our vision of a better, fairer, more sustainable Scotland.”

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The SNP later shared a link to the podcast Scotland's Voices with a one-minute clip including people from Glasgow reacting to the Liz Truss becoming PM.

The SNP account tweeted: "You might have heard, we're launching our brand new broadcast platform soon."

The party said it is a "brand new show covering the debate over Scotland's future".

The National understands more information will be set out in the coming days. 

There was excitement around the new project among elected members and campaigners. 

Airdrie and Shotts MP Anum Qaisar joked: "If @theSNP don’t call their new broadcasting platform Natflix, I will give up Irn Bru."

Conference is taking place at the P&J Live, Aberdeen, from Saturday to Monday.