I appreciate your activism on this & all women's issues. Although, I wanted to let ya'll know that the URL/address that you've posted in this forum, is owned by me....not Dateline NBC. I try to answer any emails I receive that are obviously meant for the TV show, with the following Reply email: You visited my website, http://www.dateline.com instead of the TV show Dateline's website:
If you intended your message to go to the TV Show Dateline, you can email them at: email@example.com. I would forward your message to them, but then they would Reply to me, so you need to forward your message to them.
DatelineMSNBC website is: http://www.msnbc.com
Although, this info. might help ya':
How do I order a transcript? TRANSCRIPTS: Transcripts for NBC News Programs are available for purchase through the Burrell Transcript Service by calling 1-800-777-TEXT.
How do I order a video? VIDEO TAPES: Only selected segments of our news magazines are available on VHS cassette. For information call: 1-800-420-2626.
Hope this helps!
I hope this clears up any confusion about how to contact the TV show Dateline.
Cindy (aka CowgirlGeek) owner: http://www.dateline.com
At Sun, 9 Jan 2000, Anne Hayashi wrote:
> I am not sure my last message made it. Cindy, I
>wrote originally to http://www.dateline.com to the talkback
>section. I received what appeared to be a form email
>reply stating that they would read each and every talkback,
>but if I had story ideas they should be sent to
>the address I listed previously. I think sending an
>e-message to talkback may work, but I am not sure how
>efficient their bureaucracy is. Many thanks to all
>who are able to write.
-- Cindy (aka CowgirlGeek) owner: http://www.dateline.com