While examining journalism, public relations and the media in Scotland and the UK, they also cherry pick the most relevant news on social media from around the world.
They chose the name Quiet News Day because it has meaning for both journalists and public relations people.
It also reflects the changes being discussed, because in this digital era a Quiet News Day is now a thing of the past; something to be remembered fondly.
The pair are uniquely placed to explain changes in the media for those still unsure how they might be affected.
Since they have their hands full running busy and successful news, photography, video and public relations companies, both men fully understand how confusing the rapid online changes can be for those in business, as well as many in the media itself.
This podcast is ideal for anybody who occasionally feel dazed by the sheer volume of information and advice being thrown at them and for PR people and journalists keen to get to grips with the new media.
It offers reassurance that there is still a place for the newspapers, radio stations and TV channels we are already comfortable with, yet helps identify and explain the big changes underway.
Scott is founder of Deadline Press & Picture Agency, while Shaun is its Managing Editor and is credited with evolving it into Scotland’s most successful multimedia agency.
Scott is also co-founder of Holyrood Partnership, one of the most successful PR agencies in Scotland and a leader in digital content and strategy.
Contact the show online at http://www.twitter.com/quietnewsday or email firstname.lastname@example.org