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In this week’s episode, David and Terry discuss the place of young PR professionals in the workplace. They also welcome audio comments from Gary Schlee and Michael Allison.

Show Notes

00:30 Terry introduces the show.

01:10 Terry mentions that he’ll be attending the Podcast and New Media Expo next week in Ontario, California.

04:05 Gary Schlee chimes in with an audio comment. He mentions these links in his commentary: The Princeton Review, Gary’s A Class Act blog, PR Conversations, and the IABC Advocacy Commons.

07:30 Michael Allison calls in asking about the young PR professional debate raging in the blogosphere.This leads into David and Terry’s main topic for discussion this week. One of the posts David mentions in this discussion is from the Marcom Blog at Auburn University.

30:00 Inside PRoper English: the subtle difference between persuade and convince

31:00 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.

Comments

  1. Thanks for taking on this topic in the podcast, I have passed on the link to the Auburn students. This will be a very helpful primer for them and your perspective is valuable and just what MARCOM blog was created by Robert French to do.

  2. Tim

    Just thought I’d drop a line to say another great show, and that you got my surname correct -thanks for that!

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