Quiet News Day Episode 97

21 Sep

Welcome to another edition of Quiet News Day – the weekly podcast examining the big issues in the world of public relations, journalism and social media.

This week, episode 97 is without co-host Peter Laing who is away on holiday, so Scott Douglas is flying solo in the hot seat as he discusses the latest PR, journalism and social media news.

Among the topics for discussion this week is the recent Populus survey showing that print media remains the most trustworthy news source for the majority of readers in the UK. Other stories include the forthcoming launch of the Sunday Sun, Westminster council’s pledge to monitor social media and the latest developments in the case of Stagecoach boss Brian Souter’s personal website’s snub by Google.

Print And TV ‘More Trustworthy’ Than Digital Media, Research Finds

http://www.prweek.com/news/1091754/Print-TV-more-trustworthy-digital-media-research-finds

http://www.populus.co.uk/-new-research-shows-that-over-half-of-opinion-formers-never-use-twitter-article.html

GET THE FULL REPORT HERE:

http://www.populuslimited.com/Inf_the_inf_med.pdf

Westminster Council to monitor social media:

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article3170118.ece

http://ceasefirechicago.org/

A step closer to ‘cynical’ launch of Sun on Sunday

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/opinion/stephen-glover/stephen-glover-cynical-charade-that-is-the-sun-on-sunday-2356881.html?service=Print

The Brian Souter/Gordon Beattie links

www.briansouter.com

www.gordonbeattie.com

 http://www.elevatelocal.co.uk/blog/brian-souters-website-gets-removed-from-google-serp-13094638

http://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-censors-businessman/33403/

http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2109309/Why-Isnt-My-Site-Ranking-Dont-Blame-Google-Because-Your-Baby-is-Ugly

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