Inside PR #87 – Tuesday, November 27, 2007

 

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss PR Agencies: Then and Now.  They also discuss how agencies of the future may or may not integrate social media and the possible consequences.

Show Notes

00:28 Terry introduces the show.

02:15 Terry introduces main topic: PR Agencies, Then and Now.

22:40 Inside PRoper English: Peruse

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

Inside PR # 86 – Tuesday, November 20, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss the UK launch of the iPhone and how PR practitoners need to be aware of their role in their clients’ stories.  They also welcome comments from Bernie Goldbach and Dave Fleet.

Show Notes

00:30 Dave introduces the show.

01:21 David and Terry welcome a comment from Bernie Goldbach.

02:43 Dave Fleet calls in with a response to Bernie’s comment last week. 

03:54 Terry and Dave briefly discuss how people can misinterpret email and online communciation. 

06:00  Dave introduces today’s main topic: the UK launch of the iPhone and how PR practitoners need to be aware of their role in their clients’ stories. 

30:10 Inside PRoper English: Amuse vs. Bemuse

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Inside PR #85 – Tuesday, November 13, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry discuss how to have “collegial conversation” (online and off). Also, they welcome audio comments from Jon Hoel, Michelle Kostya, Doug Haslam, Shel Holtz and Bernard Goldbach.

Show Notes

00:32 Terry introduces the show.

01:06 David and Terry remind listeners that the Talk is Cheap event is coming up and that Terry is having a book launch for The Best Laid Plans at the Dora Keogh Pub on November 19.

03:14 Jon Hoel shares his thoughts on how to show support for Terry’s book, The Best Laid Plans.
06:00 An email comment from Michelle Kostya.

08:20 An audio comment from Doug Haslam.

13:45 An audio comment from Shel Holtz.

18:45 An audio comment from Bernie Goldbach that kicks off this week’s topic: the importance of having collegial yet critical conversations.

32:00 Inside PRoper English: The improper use of the word ‘hopefully’.

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Inside PR #84 – Tuesday, November 6, 2007

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This week on Inside PR, David and Terry talk about the sometimes volatile relationship between journalists and public relations practitioners. They also welcome comments from Doug Walker, Dan York, Bernard Goldbach and Michael Netzley.

Show Notes

00:28 Dave introduces the show and reminds interested people to register for the ‘Talk is Cheap’ un-conference by signing up here.
02:16 Terry announces that the book launch for his novel, “The Best Laid Plans” will take place on November 19 at the Dora Keogh pub in Toronto.
02:55 Email comment from Doug Walker about last week’s topic: Work/Life Balance.

05:02 Dan York calls in with a comment.

06:45 Bernie Goldbach lets us know about the 2007 Personal Branding Global Telesummit that will take place Thursday, November 8.

09:45 Dave introduces this week’s topic: The strained relationship between journalists and public relations practitioners. The topic was inspired by this blog post by Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine.

28:53 Terry hands over Inside PRoper English to Michael Netzley from Singapore. Michael also co-hosts the PR Junction podcast with John Hoel.

33:00 Terry wraps up the show.

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