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This week on Inside PR Terry Fallis, David Jones and Martin Waxman welcome each other back after their summer hiatus and discuss the new direction Inside PR is going.

00:34 Terry opens the show.

00:53 Terry, Dave and Martin talk about what they’ve been up to over the summer and the new IPR.

03:57 Terry tells us that IPR is now on Twitter:  @inside_pr

07:44 Dave mentions that an interview with Shel Israel will likely be recorded this week at Third Tuesday Toronto and featured on IPR.

Note: Shel Isreal is currently on a cross-Canada book launch for his new book “Twitterville.”

08:18 Martin talks about a  new segment on IPR called “30.”

09:31 Dave discusses the interview format for IPR.

10:39 Terry tells us that Mitch Joel, who recently authored the book “Six Pixels of Separation,” has agreed to an interview for the show.

12:45 Terry mentions one last potential interview- Louise Armstrong, Martin’s business partner at Palette PR.

16:38 Terry introduces the first “30.”

21:59 Terry closes the show.

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

This week’s episode was produced by Sarah Laister.


  1. Great to have you back, guys. Glad Martin finally made it into the intro. I’m looking forward to seeing (hearing) how the new format works out.

    Strictly speaking, Terry is correct in saying “It was just Dave and I.” However, very few people would say that in colloquial English. Most of us, even natural born pedants like me, say “It’s me” in answer to the question “Who’s there?” This seems to be the English equivalent of the French “c’est moi”.

    However correct it may be to say “It is I,” it just sounds pompous.


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