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WRITE A LETTER TO THE EDITOR!


If we want to make a change, we have to make our voices heard and there is no better way to make your voice be heard than by writing a letter. When you take the time to write a letter it amplifies your concern. When an editor or clerk receives your letter stating your position, they will assume that there are at least a thousand people out there who feel just like you do. That's an industry rule-of-thumb. Most people are too timid to get involved and even more are just too lazy to write so when a single letter is received, the editor assumes it is representative of about a thousand people. I can't think of a more powerful way to express yourself. Where else do you have the voice of a thousand people? So fire up that computer and start showing those obnoxious sports fans who's the boss!


When you write, here are some tips to follow to ensure maximum effect:


Feel free to cut and paste from these sample letters to get your creative thoughts flowing!


Letter to the Editor Examples


Sample Letter #1 A request to a periodical to reduce its sports content.
Sample Letter #2 A request to a newspaper to limit its sports coverage.
Sample Letter #3 A letter to the editor explaining why sports content is superfluous.
Sample Letter #4 An e-mail to the Jeapordy show asking that sports questions not be allowed.
Sample Letter #5 An e-mail to the Mars Corporation expressing our discontent with their sports-theme advertising.
Sample Letter #6 An e-mail to a senator supporting his stance against subsidizing sports franchises.
Sample Letter #7 An e-mail to the senate expressing our position against subsidizing sports franchises.
Sample Letter #8 An e-mail to FCC representatives supporting the removal of sports programming from basic cable tiers.



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Cincinnatti Enquirer Fox Forums European Stars and Stripes
Newsweek LA Times Readers Digest, British Edition
Readers Digest, Australian Edition Readers Digest, American Edition USA Today
Charleston, SC Post & Courier The Tampa Tribune The Arizona Republic
The Washington Post The Washington Times The Times


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What you can do...


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