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This week on Inside PR Terry Fallis, David Jones, and Martin Waxman discuss the next steps for journalists who have been laid off and how these layoffs will affect the PR profession and welcome a comment from Steve Mullen.

Show Notes:

00:27 Terry opens the show.

00:54 Terry and Dave introduce a comment from Steve Mullen of EndGame PR in Richmond, Virginia.

01:29 Steve Mullen comments on the proper length for podcasts.

02:42 Terry discusses his thoughts on the length of podcasts.

03:51 Martin discusses length of podcasts.

04:31 Dave talks to length of podcasts.

10:07 Terry introduces the discussion topic for the show: How will the layoff of journalists affect those in the PR profession and the journalists themselves.

11:52 Martin discusses the question of where journalists will go.

14:20 Terry talks about journalists crossing over to PR.

15:20 Dave discusses journalists crossing over to PR.

18:23 Terry discusses what life will be like for the journalists who are left at their companies.

22:16 Dave discusses how this changes everything in the PR world.

22:05 Martin discusses how this changes things in the PR profession in terms of things moving online.

29:56 Terry closes the show.

30:10 Terry mentions that next week there may be an interview with Guy Skipworth.

Our theme music is Streetwalker by Cjacks and is courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.

This week’s episode was produced by Janna Guberman.


  1. Hi Terry, David and Martin,

    My name is Jody Koehler, a 31 year old pr-guy from Holland.
    And yes, that’s in Europe 😉

    I just wanted to thank you all for last weeks podcast. Again, a very inspiring show. I discovered your podcast just recently and I love it.
    Great to listen to while driving back from work (from Amsterdam to Den Haag). It’s always 30 minutes of fun and inspiration and that’s a great combination during a 1 1/2 hour drive!

    As a pr professional (currently working for eBay in the Netherlands) there aren’t that many inspiring shows (or persons even) to listen too. So keep up the good work, and always keep in mind… you’ve got fans all over the world! 😉

    All the best,


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