Tags: Apple, apps, CIPR, CIPR membership, corporate websites, deadline, deadline news, Deadline Press & Picture Agency, Google, Holyrood Partnership, journalism, Leveson enquiry, Microsft, mobile phones, news of the world, phone hacking, pr, PR practitioners, public relations, scottish media, Social media, The Herald, websites
This week, our dynamic duo of presenters, Scott Douglas and Peter Laing, analyse some of the biggest topics making the headlines including whether mobile flash and Silverlight are dying a quick death in the world of mobile technology, and how Stumbleupon is helping print media outlets.
The pair then turn their attention to twitter and social media, where they look at the world’s top news tweeters, how the Scottish Parliament has banned twitter during sessions, and the rise of Google plus for businesses.
As ever, all the links to the topics discussed are in the shownotes below.
Tags: deadline news, Deadline Press & Picture Agency, flash, Google plus, Holyrood Partnership, holyrood pr, journalism, MSPs, news of the world, pr, public relations, Quiet News Day, Rupert Murdoch, scotland, Scottish Parliament, silverlight, Social media, Sunday Sun, The Sun, tweeters, Twitter
Welcome to Quiet News Day Episode 102. We’re past the centenary and pushing forward to bring the best news and views from the world of PR, social media and journalism.
This week, presenters Scott Douglas and Peter Laing are back in the hot seats and discuss the hottest topics in the news, including The Sun’s forthcoming plans to release content on tablet and mobile phone platforms.
Our dynamic duo then turn their attention to the use of twitter and social media in the US Presidential race to the White House, David Cameron’s LinkedIn profile, the latest developments in online news paywallsand Steve Jobs’ new biography.
Finally, Scott and Peter analyse the new iphone 4 and its voice recognition programme Siri’s inability to decipher Scottish accents.,
As always, full links are in the shownotes below.
Well we are just two more episodes away from our centenary milestone and we are showing no signs of slowing down in our old age with this jam packed podcast featuring the latest social media, journalism and public relations news and views.
Fresh faced from a week away and back at his co-hosts side Peter Laing and Scott Douglas talk through the big issues this week, including media regulation, how TUPE is infiltrating the PR profession, access to journalism and why twitter is moving home. All this in under 40minutes!
As ever links to everything discussed in this week’s podcast can be found in the show notes below
Tags: citizen journalism, Dead Sea Scrolls, deadline news, Facebook, Google, Guido Fawkes, Guilio Sica, Harold Evans, Holyrood Partnership, Labour Party conference, Lexis PR, Max Mosley, media regulation, Paul Staines, peter laing, Press Complaints Commission, Press gazette, Scott Douglas, Social media, Tom Watson, TUPE, Twitter
Just like any good on off relationship Scott Douglas and Peter Laing are back together again and in spectacular style to discuss the latest developments in the world of journalism, social media and public relations.
Making up for lost time, this week the duo cover a wide range of topics including the recent rumblings at the News of the World, copyright law which is threatening news cutting services, apple and Twitter’s impressive annual worth as well as discussing a subject closer to home – the Daily Record.
As always links to everything discussed this week can be found in the show notes below.
Tags: Andy Coulson, copyright law, Daily Record, deadline news, Facebook, Google, Holyrood Partnership, Meltwater, Microsoft, news of the world, phone hacking, public relations, Rupert Murdoch, Stuart Kutner, Twitter, Windows 7
Hello and welcome to this week’s Quiet News Day Podcast,
With Peter Laing away for a second week Scott Douglas takes to the reigns, for this week’s race through the latest social media, journalism and public relations news.
This week we have not one but two interviews; the first from Tricia Fox a leading PR professional who inadvertently found herself in the middle of a blogosphere furore after a blog about the late Amy Winehouse didn’t go down too well with the online world.
Next up Scott chats to graphic designer and ex Daily Record journalist Martin Kielty about his forthcoming book ‘Old The Front Page’ which takes historical news and changes them into a collection of modern day tabloids. As well as the book Scott and Martin also discuss the longevity of tabloids, the publishing industry, as well as the power of social media marketing.
So lot’s of news and views to keep you going through the day!
As ever, everything we have talked about in the show can be found in our show notes below.
- Sculptured horses, silent sleep zones, penthouses and popups. Quite a week on Holyrood PR TV - ow.ly/F2IZq 3 months ago
- RT @robertflorence: If you like nice arses the escalator system on the London Underground is like a sushi bar. 6 months ago
- @allanguthrie @KyleMacRae Guys - thanks for the Twitter comments and apologies for appalling delay in responding!Wd love to fix a chat. 3 years ago
- @hughforth Cheers for the message. And sorry it took us so long to reply. Must be slowing down as we get old! 3 years ago
- Did we mention that episode 100 is now available (yep, ton up!) - listen on iTunes - ow.ly/6X9RF or on PC ow.ly/6X9Nj 3 years ago