Letter to the Editor Definition – Episode #161

by Richard Wilson on August 19, 2011

The following video is borrowed from our BusinessTraining.com platform and was originally recorded for our public relations training program.  A letter to the editor can be a great way to present your company’s position on an issue or to respond to criticism of your company.  In this video, you will see an overview and definition of the letter to the editor.


Video Transcript/SummaryThe strategies and tips provided within this video module include:

  1. A letter to the editor should include: 
  2. The date and location of the incorrect article.  
  3. The information that was incorrectly printed.
  4. The correct information that should have been printed instead.
  5. The name and title of the letter writer.  
  6. Use a letter to the editor to: praise a well-written or congratulatory note or article, make a correction, or to criticize a reporter’s conclusions.  
I hope that this video has provided you with a helpful overview and tips on writing a letter to the editor.      

Thanks for joining us, and I will see you again soon,

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