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This week on Inside PR Terry Fallis, David Jones and Martin Waxman welcome questions and comments from listeners and discuss the topics that are brought up.
00:26 Dave opens the show.
01:23 Martin tells us this week’s show will be a “comment round-up” and welcomes the first comment from Julie Rusciolelli.
03:44 Terry mentions what a wonderful time he had at the CPRS Pinnacle Awards Dinner (Hamilton Branch) and gives a shout-out to all the new Inside PR subscribers he met there.
05:09 Martin mentions that the CPRS Toronto Ace Awards are coming up on April 21st.
06:54 Dave introduces an audio comment from Deborah Zanke in response to a question asked by Crystal Klippenstein regarding the role of PR in the non-profit sector.
12:22 Terry comments on the importance of balancing promotion and protection when working with non-profit organizations.
13:30 Dave mentions that the Canadian founder of War Child is tweeting from a war zone in Africa and that it’s an excellent example of how non-profit organizations are embracing social media.
16:42 Terry introduces another audio comment from Barbara Nixon.
21:09 Dave, Terry and Martin discuss whether or not portfolios are important when applying for a job in public relations.
27:01 Dave, Terry and Martin all agree that having a blog can be a major asset when applying for jobs in the PR world.
29:25 Terry closes the show.
Production Note: This week’s rejoinder is courtesy of Grizzly’s Growls Podcast.
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 Sarah Laister.
A minor niggle. A “rejoinder” is a negative response. A “rejoiner” is a broadcasting term of art, as in “we now rejoin our regular programming, already in progress.” That sort of thing. Thanks for the airplay, though. It was fun!