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Quiet News Day Episode 99

5 Oct

Hello and welcome to Quiet News Day Episode 99 – one away from the century milestone.

This week your hosts Scott Douglas and Peter Laing delve in to a whole range of journalism, PR and social media topics. Kicking off the show is a discussion about the Daily Mail’s mistake at the end of the Amanda Knox appeal. The pair also discuss the latest release from Apple and the new Kindle among other exciting topics.

As ever links to everything discussed in this week’s podcast can be found in the show notes below.

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Quiet News Day Episode 93

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After a week’s hiatus, Scott Douglas and Peter Laing return to the podcast chair to discuss the latest news and views from the world of journalism, social media and public relations.

This week, the hosts discuss the issue of editorial payments at the UK edition of the Huffington Post – following the call from top Scottish political writer Guido Fawkes urging bloggers not to submit their work to the site for free.

Scott and Peter also ask whether the world of journalism has become saturated with middle class reporters and whether this has negatively affected the recent coverage of the UK riots, in addition to looking at the latest developments in the Murdoch phone hacking scandal.  

As always links to the stories discussed are included in the show notes below.

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Quiet News Day – Podcast 69

2 Mar

Call me Eagle Hawk and stand clear of rickety wooden structures for I am angry.

This week’s episode of QND begins with angry birds and it very nearly ended with angry birds due to uncontrollable laughter from hosts Peter Laing and Scott Douglas.  Stayed tuned for the outtakes which will be released separately.

Featured this week in addition to those bad tempered feathered things is a discussion on the Today programme about boundaries in PR, Channel 6, the future of the newspaper and Times journalist Melanie Reid who was paralysed in an accident and has been nominated for columnist of the year in the 2011 Press Awards.

This is my (Clare Carswell) last show as producer.  Thanks to hosts old and new for an enjoyable five months and best of luck for the future.

So all that is left to be said is cheerio!

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Quiet News Day – Podcast 68

23 Feb

In this week’s podcast, Scott Douglas and Peter Laing talk Google, Apple, Twitter, The Dundee Courier and pornstar names.  Yes QND 68 has got it all.  Enjoy.

Quiet News Day – Podcast 67

16 Feb

Welcome to episode 67 of Scotland’s leading media podcast hosted by experts, Scott Douglas and Peter Laing.

This week topics covered include the impending visit of Kate and Wills to St. Andrews next week, The Sunday Times App list, Brian Souter backing SNP funding, the yellow pages reviving a favourite advert and we even have a feature interview from Joe Walton at Real PR in Glasgow.

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Quiet News Day – Podcast 64

26 Jan

Well hello there.

We at QND hope you are well and are ready for another podcast rammed full of news and discussion from the worlds of journalism, social media and PR.

The winning combination of Scott Douglas and Shaun Milne take to the pilot seats and Clare Carswell is strapped in as navigator.

This week we look at why the world’s tech giant, Google needs PR, developments regarding the funding of the Scottish Digital Network and why Apple should be ‘appy.

Our discussion section focuses on the sacking of Andy Gray from Sky following comments he made about a female lineswoman.

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Quiet News Day – Podcast 63

19 Jan


Welcome to Quiet News Day with your hosts Shaun Milne and Scott Douglas serving up your weekly slice of journalism, PR and social media.

On the menu today is a bit of discussion on the new look for Business 7, Johnston Press digital ambitions and PR Power Book is open to nominations for the first time as well as dicussion about STV local news plans.

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