relations, focusing on the music industry. I think that corporate PR offers a more focused
concentration in a field that I am passionate about. Whereas with agency PR I feel that there
could be a lot of different clients that I wouldn’t really care about. I also don’t like the fast pace
of agency PR, and the multitasking for different clients. I would much rather work on one project
at my own pace than be rushed to meet deadlines for multiple different clients.
When I work in corporate PR in the entertainment industry I would like to work with
either a large venue (Grand Ole Opry) or for a corporate music company (Live Nation). Lucky
for me, I have already secured positions within both of my dream organizations. I couldn’t have
done what I have without the help of Top Dog Communication. As an Account Executive I have
learned far more than I ever could in a traditional classroom setting. Top Dog, I think, has
prepared me more for the corporate type of PR. Not that I couldn’t learn and adjust to agency
work, but I enjoyed working on the one client for the duration of the semester.