Wednesday, September 14
National Call-In Write-In & Tweet Day to Media
(Wash Post, NY Times, CNN, MSNBC)
Tell the media to stop driving war – click to send a message.
Contact the media to request anchors & journalists feature alternative voices to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.
Suggested guests: Medea Benjamin, cofounder CODEPINK and coauthor with Nicolas J. Davies of the soon-to-be-released "War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless War"; Ann Wright, retired diplomat; Jeffrey Sachs, economist; John Quigley, professor and former US negotiator in Crimea; Katrina vanden Heuvel, publisher, The Nation; Norman Solomon, cofounder, RootsAction; David Swanson, executive director, World Beyond War.
Send an email to:
Executive Editor: Sally Buzbee
[email protected], 800-477-4679
- NY Times
Executive Editor: Joe Kahn
Host: Fareed Zakaria
fareed.zakaria[email protected], @FareedZakaria
Host: Rachel Maddow
Other options for contacting the media:
- New York Times: To report errors regarding our coverage, send an email to [email protected] or leave a message at 844-NYTNEWS (844-698-6397).
- Washington Post: The online Help Center directs questions about The Post to the appropriate departments for resolution. The Help Center is also available by phone at 800-477-4679.
- CNN: Call 404-827-1500 and select option 1 to leave a news tip or story idea by phone. The CNN corporate office phone number is 404-827-1700, or you can fax them at 404-827-2600. The customer service number for CNN’s Washington D.C. bureau is 202-898-7900.
- MSNBC: Send an email to the editor at MSNBC News. The 2 main emails are [email protected] and [email protected]. Or, you can locate the page for MSNBC News on Facebook or Twitter to write to MSNBC news directly. Find the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NBCNews/. Their Twitter page is at https://twitter.com/NBCNews. Typically,
it will pop up with a separate window where you can write your message. Viewers may call msnbc Media Relations at 212-664-6605 or send an email to [email protected].