Inside PR #96 – Tuesday, January 29, 2008

 

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This week on Inside PR, Terry and David take a cue from Michael Netzley’s comment and discuss what Cicero meant by ‘eloquence’.

Show Notes

00:30 Dave introduces the show.

00:55 Podcamp Toronto 2008 promo.

02:38 Audio comment from Deborah Zanke from Message Communications on measurement.

06:27 Terry and Dave receive a comment on their blog from Bob Crawshaw.

07:21 Michael Allison sent Dave a Twitter message to ask what he and Terry think about the effects that a downturn in the US economy might have on the practice of public relations.

11:03 Dave announces some breaking news.

13:08 Alan Fryer from CTV and W-5 sends in an audio comment about his move to the Dark Side.

15:39 Michael Netzley sends in the latest installment of Communications Through the Ages: Cicero.

20:51 Dave and Terry discuss Cicero and ‘eloquence’ as their main topic of discussion.

27:42 Inside PRoper English: Josh Turner calls in to ask about Terry and Dave’s least favourite business jargon. Terry still dislikes ‘impactful’.

32:03 Terry signs off.

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

Inside PR #95 – Tuesday, January 22, 2008

 

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This week on Inside PR, Terry and Dave continue the discussion on measurement and public relations and stakeholder relations in particular. 

Show Notes

00:30 Terry introduces the show.

00:58 Podcamp Toronto Promo.

03:38 The Blogger Team WON Test the Nation, but Dave isn’t completely satisfied with his score.

06:00 A thank you to Michael Netzley and Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with sketch) for their scholarly debate about Aristotle in the comments section of last week’s podcast on the Inside PR show blog.

07:27 A comment from Doug Haslam about measurement.

13:28 Another perspective on measurement in a comment from Alan Chumley.

18:39 Terry and David revisit measurement and stakeholder relations.

27:38 Inside PRoper English suggestion sent in via audio comment from Jay Moonah: ‘everyday’ vs ‘every day’.

30:53 Dave wraps up the show.

 

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

 

Inside PR #94 – Tuesday, January 15, 2008

 

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This week on Inside PR, Dave and Terry discuss ideas about how to measure stakeholder relations campaigns and tactics. They also welcome comments from Michael Netzley, Bob Ledrew and Amy Cole.

Show Notes

00:35 Dave introduces the show and reminds listeners that he will be on the TV show Test the Nation: Trivia this Sunday, January 20.

03:58 Dave talks about what he wears when he blogs.

06:20 Terry announces that Thornley Fallis has signed up two new social media folks: Michael Seaton and Bob Ledrew.

08:13 Terry welcomes a commentary on the history of professional communication from Michael Netzley. He phoned in to share his first installment of what will become a ‘Communications Legacies’ series.

17:04 Dave and Terry welcome a ‘Rudolph’ comment from Bob Ledrew.

21:21 Amy Cole writes in with a comment about how to measure stakeholder-relations communication plans. Dave and Terry decide to use the idea as today’s main topic.

32:19 Inside PRoper English: Thanks to Sallie Goetsch for these words to avoid: ‘actionable’ and ’learnings’.

33:47 Terry winds up the show with all pertinent details. Fans of Inside PR on Facebook click here to join.

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

Inside PR #93 – Tuesday, January 8, 2008.

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This week on Inside PR, Dave and Terry come up with 6 reasons why agencies should do pro bono work. They also welcome comments from Tom Reed, Dave Delaney, Bernie Goldbach, and Bob Crawshaw.

Show Notes

00:35 Terry introduces the show. Dave talks about Test the Nation. Visit Test the Nation.

04:58 Email comment from Tom Reidt re: Christmas edition Inside PR podcast.

06:04 Comment from Dave Delaney re: Christmas edition Inside PR podcast.

13:32 A comment from Bernie Goldbach re: Inside PRoper English and the importance of localizing words.

15:33 Email comment from Bob Crawshaw of Maine Street Marketing, in Canberra Australia, about pro bono work.

19:21 Terry introduces this weeks topic: 6 reasons why agencies should do pro bono work.

27:39 Inside PRoper English: semiannual vs. biannual vs. biennial.

29:30 Dave signs off with all pertinent details. Fans of Inside PR on Facebook click here to join.

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