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Letter for Correcting Previous Story In Print Or Broadcast


This is a letter to a print or broadcast outlet correcting an erroneous fact in a previous story. The story should be something that affects your industry.


1234, Main Street
Boston, MA 02123

08 April, 2005

<Recipient Address Goes Here>

Hello,

I feel it's necessary to set you straight about an important fact. In your <article/report> of <story date> you asserted that <mistaken fact(s)>. Because this is my industry, I think it's important to let you know that your facts are incorrect.

<explanation>

You can understand that, being in the <type of business> industry, I'm concerned about making sure that we're not held to standards that are unrealistic or false. I hope that you will run some sort of correction or clarification so that this matter can be put to rest. If you wish, please call me at <phone number> and I'll be happy to discuss the issue with you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards,

Jim Karter


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