Hello and welcome to the 104th episode of Quiet News Day bringing the best news and views from the world of PR, social media and journalism.
This week presenters Scott Douglas and Peter Laing discuss the hacking scandal latest, before delving into the world of LinkedIn and other social media networks. The latest John Lewis television advert brings with it a lengthy discussion before ending on a rather quirky Facebook problem.
As ever links to everything discussed in this week’s podcast can be found in the show notes below.
LEVENSON INQUIRY STARTS
At least 28 News International journalists in Mulcaire notebook – http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/leveson-mulcaire-notes-implicate-sun-and-mirror/s2/a546731/
James Murdoch says ‘would consider closing Sun’ – http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/nov/10/james-murdoch-news-international-sun
LINKED IN GROWS
New LinkiedIN Events service – http://blog.linkedin.com/2011/11/09/new-linkedin-events/
Improved LI ‘Groups’ stats – http://blog.linkedin.com/2011/11/10/groups-analytics/
Fastest growing website in the UK – http://weblogs.hitwise.com/james-murray/2011/11/microsoft_edges_closer_to_4_of.html
TWITTER MISUSED BY NEWS TITLES
SCOTS SCHOOLBOY HELPS JOHN LEWIS ENJOY VIRAL HIT
Online shopping boss explains success of store’s online ‘Expert Reviews’ TEXT – http://www.bazaarvoice.com/blog/2011/11/14/superior-service-through-social-how-john-lewis-masters-customer-experience/
Online shopping boss explains success of store’s online ‘Expert Reviews’ VIDEO – http://www.bazaarvoice.co.uk/resources/videos/summit-europe-2011-jonathon-brown-john-lewis
TWITTER ENJOYS A SALMAN RUSH DAY