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  • 4:30 AM Wake up; get ready for the gym

  • 5:30 AM Arrive at the gym and begin workout

  • 6:30 AM Head home to shower and get ready for work

  • 7:10 AM Catch the train; begin writing today's article

  • 7:30 AM Arrive at work; continue writing today's article

  • 8:00 AM Complete and post today's article

  • 8:05 AM Read the news; media clipping

  • 9:00 AM Teleconference with The University of North Carolina PR rep re: autism and occupational therapy research press release

  • 9:20 AM Review peer-reviewed journal article for newsworthy talking points

  • 10:00 AM Begin writing press release

  • 11:30 AM Print off press release and proof for boss' review

  • 11:47 AM Print off documents for boss' review, including press release, trade press article and two fact sheets (I've been working from home the past two days—work has piled up!)

  • 11:49 AM Begin editing and updating last year's Occupational Therapy Month materials, including Ten Things You Can Do to Celebrate OT Month, OT Month Sample Press Release, Public Service Commercial Radio Announcements, Public Service Public Radio/TV Announcements, Tips on Reaching the Media and Tips on Talking to the Public

  • 1:30 PM Stomach is growling—heading to the kitchen to heat up lunch

  • 1:50 PM Ok, back to work on OT Month materials

  • 2:00 PM It's the budgeting time of year for us, so I jump on a teleconference with a potential vendor

  • 2:26 PM Again, back to work on OT Month materials

  • 2:45 PM Call from a member's PR rep wanting more information about OT Month

  • 3:00 PM Turned in first round of OT Month materials to my boss for review; scheduled a meeting with the policy team for tomorrow to discuss autism and OT legislative issues for a one-pager

  • 3:15 PM Prepping for a meeting with my boss

  • 3:30 PM Meeting with my boss

  • 4:00 PM Returned a member call re: information to include in a press release

  • 4:36 PM "Finalized" press release for researcher review based on my boss' feedback

  • 4:41 PM Interview with a staff expert to respond to a media inquiry

  • 5:01 PM E-mailed a response to the reporter; heading out to work from home

  • 5:36 PM Arrived home; checking e-mail and sending responses

  • 6:30 PM Time to call it quits for the day!

Feel free to e-mail me at with any questions or follow me on Twitter for internship/job leads and PR advice.

If you'd like to share your day in the life, get in touch and I'll post it on the blog..

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Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Chicago PR - A Day in the Life from Allie Osmar on Vimeo.

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  • 2:45 PM Snack time - every Tuesday and Thursday Edelman has free fruit for all employees, along with snacks for 50 cents each.

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Monday, November 10th, 2008
[display_podcast] Allie Osmar in Central Park I received a note from Nicole Fosco with a few questions:
"I go to U of I and am majoring in advertising. In my advertising class, my group chose to do a project on the Public Relations career field. I was wondering if you could provide us with some personal insight into the field. For example, your day to day routine, how you got where you are now, what exactly your position and work is, etc."
So this is my story. I hope this helps, Nicole. Good luck!

Five Must Listen Podcast Episodes on Public Relations

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008
If you've been reading my blog, you probably know that I'm a huge fan of using podcasts to keep up on what's new in technology and PR during my unusable time—while walking to work, traveling or working out. I've been keeping track of some of my favorite shows over time, so if you're in PR or hope to enter the field in the future and you haven't gotten into listening to podcasts, these are sure to get you hooked. Five Podcast Episodes to Get You Started 1. For Immediate Release Episode #350 FIR has been a favorite of mine for a long time. I started listening in 2006 when I was still in college, and it has truly changed my career path. Because I love it so much, it gets two highlights on my list. Episode 350 is a little older, but if you jump to about 24 minutes in, there's a discussion about "PR Spammers" that is still very relevant today. 2. For Immediate Release Episode #378 There is a terrific conversation during the "news that fits" about twelve minutes in discussing Michael S. Hyatt's blog post, Defending Your Brand Online. 3. Inside PR Episode #127 This show is always both informative and entertaining. I particularly liked this episode on best practices for setting up a corporate blog. 4. On the Record Online—May 7, 2008 This episode with Josh Bernoff, co-author of Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies provides a thoughtful look into the impact social technologies have on public relations. 5. Market Voices—7/28 Forrester's Jeremiah Owyang discusses social media—what mistakes are brands making? Who is getting it right, and what are they doing? Although I'm not sure I like the tag line, "May all the voices you hear be marketing voices," this podcast is definitely chock-full of great interviews on technology and marketing. Has Potential, But No There Yet I see a lot of potential in the PR Week Podcast, but I couldn't get over the distractions of poor production and consistent lip smacking in these podcasts. I'm hoping that these little issues will be smoothed out over time. I'll definitely be checking back.

An Interview with Richard Edelman, President and CEO of Edelman PR

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
[display_podcast] This interview was originally posted to the Edelman Digital blog, but I wanted to make it accessible for download as well. Amanda Mooney, Libby Pigg and I were able to catch Richard Edelman for an  interview about the evolution of public relations since he started with Edelman PR as an account executive. Thanks to Mary Metcalf for providing the introduction.

An Interview With Auburn University’s Robert French, Creator of PROpenMic

Sunday, July 13th, 2008
note: Robert pointed out that I had a little typo in my title. "Univesity" has been changed to "University" in the title, but remains"Univesity" in the URL. [display_podcast] Robert French teaches at Auburn University in Alabama—most of his courses involve some form of emerging digital and social media. His goal is to get students involved in experiences beyond reading, to get them engaging in the real world. Robert originally became interested in digital media for education back in 2000 when he started using a content management system in the classroom. He later adopted blogs in the classroom, and saw an opportunity for his students to network with PR practitioners online whom they may never otherwise have met. He also recognized that online communication would probably have a strong place in the future of PR. This has shaped his courses at Auburn. This spring, Robert launched PROpenMic, the social network connecting Public Relations students, professors and practitioners. The network has already led to some valuable connections . Site From the Show The New PR Wiki PROpenMic Book Recommendations—Books About People and Culture All The King's Men To Kill a Mockingbird Thanks Robert!

Getting Started in a Public Relations Career

Thursday, March 13th, 2008
[display_podcast] I sat down with a few of my friends who work for various public relations agencies throughout the city of Chicago to discuss the transition from college to career. Thanks to Joeseph Tateoka, Erin Pierce and Kevin Saghy for offering up some excellent and candid comments and advice about the rewards and challenges of starting a career in PR, moving to a new city, networking, dealing with long-distance relationships and staying on track to reach our ultimate career goals! We'll have to find a new place to record next time. Although I can't get enough of Panera's asiago cheese bagels, it was a bit loud. Still, this is conversation is definitely worth listening to if you're considering a career in public relations or a related career field.