This week on Inside PR, Terry is flying solo as David languishes under the weather. David should be fully recovered and at the mic for IPR #29.  Terry adds “government” and “not-for-profit” to the “agency vs. client side” debate after a comment from Colin McKay. He welcomes an audio comment from Bryan Person, and comments from Owen Lystrup, Gary Schlee and Omar Ha-Redeye. Also, he plays this week’s contribution from Chris Clarke. Finally, Terry does his segment of “Inside PRoper English“.

Show Notes

00:33 Terry introduces the show. He invites listener feedback through email at [email protected], the comment line at 206-600-4741, or comment on the Inside PR show blog.

01:39 Terry welcomes the listeners from Radio Talent Zoo.

03:12 Terry introduces an audio comment from Bryan Person.

06:58 Terry talks about a comment from Owen Lystrup.

08:29 Terry welcomes a comment from Gary Schlee of Centennial College’s Corporate Communications and Public Relations program.

09:46 Omar Ha-Redeye from Centennial College comments on the “agency vs. client side” debate.

10:50 Terry starts this week’s topic by reading Colin McKay‘s comment on last week’s show. Colin talks about “government” and “not-for-profit” areas of PR in the “agency vs. client side” debate. On his blog, he makes the case for working on the government side of PR. Terry spends a few minutes talking about the advantages of working for government.

17:44 Terry spends some time talking about the not-for-profit sector of PR.

21:02 Terry wraps up the discussion and advises young PR professionals to do their research and examine each sector individually.

21:45 Terry introduces and plays Chris Clarke‘s segment for the week.

25:54 Inside PRoper English for the week: “less” vs. “fewer”

26:25 Terry closes the show and invites listener comments: through email at [email protected], on the comment line at 206-600-4741, or comment on the Inside PR show blog. Also, he welcomes listeners to the Inside PR Blubrry site.

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

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