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Show Notes – Inside PR #3 (32 minutes)

:30 Dave opens the show and announces IPR Special Edition podcasts

2:05 Terry introduces listener comments from Robert French and Amy Cole

6:43 Terry thanks Joseph Jaffe for playing our IPR promo and for his kind words on Across the Sound #27

7:50 Dave talks about his blog, PR Works, commends Humber College for exploring blogging, and notes the recent influx of student questions

12:20 Dave talks about the launch of the MRP media relations measurement system on April 20th, in Toronto, and about upcoming speaking engagements

14:17 Terry notes that For Immediate Release has some Canadian content this week through an interview with David Bradfield, a big wheel at iStudio in Toronto

15:30 Dave mentions that Mark Evans, well known Canadian blogger, has launched a podcast

16:15 Dave and Terry briefly discuss the new Starwood Hotels blog (or pretend-blog) called The Lobby

18:20 Terry reminds listeners about the Podcasters Across Borders meet-up in Kingston, June 23rd-24th

18:40 Dave and Terry discuss agency culture and its importance in retaining staff and building a successful firm

20:54 Brief interview clip from Pat McNamara, President and founder of Apex Public Relations, from upcoming Inside PR Special Edition

30:05 Terry and Dave wrap up the show; reminder of feedback mail address insideprcomments@gmail.com; mention of Waxmail for sending audio comments

Intro/extro music:  Our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

Comments

  1. Another very well done spot. I think you definitely have a future in pod-casting David, you as well Terry. I downloaded Wax-mail, … but being the dummy I am, I don’t have a mic. I’ll put that right at the top of my technology list of stuff to buy. Until then, keep up the great work, and I’ll keep listening.

  2. Chris and Lynn:

    Thanks for your kind words and for continuing to listen. I felt that I was over my jitters and my true smart-ass was coming out this week.

    I don’t want this to turn into a comedy show, but a little levity is a good thing in my books.

  3. Fun show. Great length. It was easy to listen to between classes. Thanks for the Starwood Hotels tip, too. It makes for an interesting post topic.

    You guys are finding your groove, too. Keep ‘em coming. Thanks.

  4. Thanks for the kind words and encouragement. I think we’re hitting our stride and finding our comfort level in letting our real personalities come through. We’ll see what Episode 4 has in store…

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