March 15th, 2011 – ANS Propaganda Marketing – Urgent Need For Media Contacts To Help Correct Inaccurate & Misleading News Reports

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From: ANS Broadcasts
To: Grobe Jack (\
Subject: ANS Public Information: Japan Nuclear Reactors
Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 9:31:12 PM
Attachments: Fact React odf
Resoondina to inaccurate information in the news mediaodf
1. SERVE AS A MEDIA CONTACT
2. HELP CORRECT INACCURATE ANDIOR MISLEADING NEWS REPORTS
3. SEND US YOUR THOUGHTS, ANECDOTES, SUGGESTIONS OR EXPERTISE TO SHARE ON THE ONGOING JAPAN SITUATION

Dear ANS Member,
Many of you have told us you are frustrated when you see someone on TV, in a newspaper, or the Internet, claiming to be a “nuclear expert” sharing inaccurate and misleading information about the situation in Japan or nuclear energy generally. You can do something about it!

We have established [email protected] to serve as a centralized communications email address for ANS member communications to ANS Headquarters on the Japan situation. ANS staff will make sure the proper person gets your email.

[quote]SERVE AS A MEDIA CONTACT
There is an URGENT NEED for ANS members who can serve as media contacts. The need is particularly urgent for experts on radiation and human health effects, but we are also seeking people who can speak to reactor design and operation, licensing and safety issues, and crisis response activities.[/quote]

Email [email protected] with MEDIA in the subject line-include your name, city/state, phone numbers, area of expertise, and any additional information you think we should know

[quote]HELP CORRECT INACCURATE AND/OR MISLEADING NEWS REPORTS
Directly engage local news media when you read, hear, or view reports that contain technical information about nuclear energy topics that are not factually correct. See the guidance document attached that provides some “rules of the road” for talking with the news media. Inform the ANS Public Information Committee about what you’ve communicated to the news media and the outcome, if any. Send your reports to Japanfactsians.org with FACT REACT in the subject line.[/quote]

[quote]Ask for help if you need it. We have cadre of specialists in TV, print and social media who are talking round the clock on how to best address news media coverage of the situation in Japan. Email [email protected] with HELP in the subject line.[/quote]

SEND US YOUR THOUGHTS, ANECDOTES, SUGGESTIONS OR EXPERTISE TO SHARE ON THE ONGOING JAPAN SITUATION

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