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This week on Inside PR Terry Fallis and David Jones discuss client/vendor relationships and Martin Waxman reports from sunny California.

00:26 Dave opens the show.

05:08 Dave starts a discussion stemming from a YouTube video he saw about client/vendor relationships posted on Dave Fleet’s blog.

26:50 Terry introduces Martin’s segment, recorded in Palm Springs, California at the Counselors Academy Conference.

27:22 Martin gives us some highlights of the conference and tells us he will be interviewing the following people:  Pat McNamara of Apex Public Relations, Deborah Weinstein of Strategic Objectives, Joseph Thornley of Thornley Fallis Communications, Elise Mitchell of Mitchell Communications Group, Gini Dietrich of Arment Dietrich, Scott Farrell of Golin Harris and Jason Baer of Convince and Convert.

40:36 Terry closes the show.

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.


  1. This is very good stuff. I really enjoyed speaking with Martin – and all the folks at Counselor’s Academy. Great times and great people. Looking forward to next year!

  2. Felipe Manga

    Nice show! I´m the NewBiz Manager of a medium PR agency in Brazil and see some similarities on clients behaviour when llowering a monthly fee… It´s quite difficult to do proper pricing when people do not know exactly how much work is involved in our job…

    Congrats on the CA “coverage”, by Martin.
    We´ve been discussing a lot how to build great PR 2.0 cases here in Brazil too. And we´ve already had a quite cool experience a few months ago, with huge results.

    We could talk about it later. I´d love to share the case.

    Love the show. Keep it up!

    Al the best,

    Felipe Mangabeira – FirstCom Communications – São Paulo – Brazil

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