PR True or False: “PR agencies should be allowed to sign off their own copy without client approval”

PR True or False: “PR agencies should be allowed to sign off their own copy without client approval”

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The second podcast in a series presented by Fireflies, Austin Brailey and Phil Szomszor. Each week Austin and Phil take a statement about PR and, as industry insiders, give their personal views on whether it’s true or false based on their experiences. This week, they discuss the statement: “PR agencies should be allowed to sign or their own copy without client approval".



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