Inside PR #70 – Tuesday, July 31, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss discuss making the transition from the role of manager to leader in a PR firm. Also, they welcome an audio comment from Bobby Hewitt. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.

Show Notes

00:30 David introduces the show.

01:45 David and Terry talk about the recent Special Edition they recorded with Brad Matson and Janina Palhares from Breakfast Television about pitching the media.

05:10 Inside PR has been nominated for a Podcast Award in the Business category. Click here to vote. You can vote once daily, and be sure to validate your vote via email.

10:00 An audio comment from Bobby Hewitt.

15:35 David and Terry discuss Joseph Jaffe’s latest promotion for Across the Sound.

23:00 This week’s main topic of discussion: becoming more senior at a PR firm, and making the transition from the role of manager to leader in a PR firm.

36:00 Inside PRoper English: monetize is not a word

38:00 Fans of Inside PR group on Facebook. Click here to join the group on Facebook. Click here to vote for Inside PR for a Podcast Award.

Music: our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks, and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

IPR Nominated for Podcast Award

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Inside PR has been nominated for a Podcast Award in the Business category. The hardware is handed out at the annual Podcast Expo in California in late September. This is very cool, so thanks to all of you who nominated us. We’re up against some stiff competition including our friends Shel and Neville at For Immediate Release, Anna Farmery and the Engaging Brand, and the heavyweight in the category, Manager Tools, among several others. This is a People’s Choice award so vote early and vote often. You can vote once daily here.

Inside PR Special Edition – Janina Palhares and Brad Matson

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In this special edition, David and Terry got together to chat with two producers of Canada’s top morning show, Breakfast Television. Joining them from BT are Janina Palhares and Brad Matson. They discuss everything from good pitches to bad pitches, how to best reach them, the best and worst things PR people have done to them, and much more.

A big thank you to Brad and Janina for doing this, and we hope to have them back again soon.

Inside PR #69 – Tuesday, July 24, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss ethics, staff turnover, post-mortems, and mentoring. Also, they welcome an audio comment from Luke Armour and Doug Haslem. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.

Show Notes

00:30 Terry introduces the show.

01:35 An audio comment from Doug Haslem.

07:40 A comment from Sheri Morgan about transience.

11:35 An comment from Parker Mason about ethics.

25:55 An audio comment from Luke Armour about mentoring. This turns into this week’s main topic of discussion.

37:10 Inside PRoper English: nouns misused as verbs, like access and partner.

39:20 Fans of Inside PR group on Facebook. Click here to join the group on Facebook.

Music: our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks, and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

Inside PR #68 – Tuesday, July 17, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss managing yourself and managing people at a PR firm. Also, they welcome an audio comment from Bryan Person. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.

Show Notes

00:30 David introduces the show.

01:45 David brings up that he was on a panel with Leona Hobbs talking about blogging recently.

04:40 A comment from Dave Fleet of the Ontario Government.

07:35 An audio comment from Bryan Person.

12:35 This week’s main topic of discussion: managing yourself and managing staff at a PR firm.

30:00 Inside PRoper English: virile and viral, and “key learnings”

31:20 Fans of Inside PR group on Facebook. Click here to join the group on Facebook.

Music: our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks, and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

Inside PR #67 – Tuesday, July 10, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss the happenings at a PR firm after a client relationship has ended. Also, they welcome an audio comment from Luke Armour. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.

Show Notes

00:30 Terry introduces the show.

01:25 David brings up that nominations are open for the Podcasting Awards.

03:40 Luke Armour calls in with a comment.

09:15 This week’s major topic of discussion: the client project postmortem.

25:20 Inside PRoper English: split infinitives

27:20 Fans of Inside PR group on Facebook. Click here to join the group on Facebook.

Music: our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks, and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

IPR #66 iTunes Issue

It appears that iTunes is not downloading IPR #66 to subscribers although we’ve uploaded it twice and it’s playing fine from the blog page. We’re aware of the issue and are trying to get it fixed. Bear with us…

The planets have returned to their normal orbits and all is right with the world…

Inside PR #66 – Tuesday, July 3, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss getting your client relationships started off right. There are comments from Omar Ha-Redeye, Jonathan Dunn and Natasha Guiry. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.

Show Notes

00:30 David introduces the show.

01:12 Terry notes Chris Clarke is on vacation and we’re self-producing the podcast this week. Fingers crossed.

02:03 Dave notes we came in second in the Most Valuable Podcast bracket competition. The brilliant American Copywriter podcast was the winner.

03:37 Omar Ha-Redeye calls in with a comment about how different ethnicities may learn soft skills in different ways.

09:26 Jonathan Dunn calls in with a comment about the social media community in Toronto and the state of soft skills in the PR industry.

14:47 Natasha Guiry sends in a comment about how efficiency and effectiveness is lost when all parties aren’t on the same page.

18:50 This week’s topic: getting your client relationships started off right both formally and informally by establishing trust, setting expectations and talking about the reporting process.

33:52 Inside PRoper English: perpetuate and perpetrate.

36:03 Fans of Inside PR group on Facebook. Click here to join the group on Facebook.

Music: our theme music is Streetwalker by CJacks, and is from the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.