BBC Scotland is to shed up to 120 jobs over the next six years, it has been announced.
The job cuts, which equate to nearly 10% of the BBC Scotland staff, comes as part of a drive to cut the corporation's budget by 16%.
Director Ken McQuarrie made the announcement at the broadcaster's headquarters on Thursday.
The news comes on the same day BBC director general Mark Thompson announced a total of 2000 jobs would be lost across the UK by 2017.
The director general said compulsory redundancies "could not be ruled out".
The drive to make savings comes in an effort to combat the 16% drop in revenue from the BBC licence fee. In last year's government spending review the licence fee was frozen until 2016-17.
The BBC Scotland job losses will include 30 posts in news and current affairs, which currently employs around 230 people, between five and eight jobs from the Gaelic department, 30 from operations and support and a further 35 from craft and production teams.