Re: Okay guys...

From: chance <>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 1995 08:16:20 -0700

Nicole wrote:

>>Or is it still relevent? Will I just be thrown away like an old shoe and
>>ignored like yesterdays tuna?

>I think Andy posted the appropriate address already. I'm just
>writing to encourage you to write. Please do! Letters are not
>discarded, nor are they in vain. Every letter a TV station,
>production house, etc., gets represents the views of a large number
>of other people who felt the same way, but didn't care enough to
>write or couldn't find an address. I've read that each letter is
>counted as representing up to a hundred people with similar feelings
>(but I can't vouch for that).
>As an example, I frequently wrote to a video distributor asking for
>more eps of a favorite series. And I repeatedly suggested that two
>particular eps be released together on one tape (two eps per tape
>being the norm), as IMHO they were the best in the series. When new
>videos came out, those two eps were among them, and were on one
>tape. I don't know that one gadfly like me convinced them, but those
>letters must have had some effect, and I know I'm not alone.
>So letters do count! Write them! I'll be sending yet another to H-B
>Ed Rudnicki
>Oculis numquam claudentibus
  "I'm on the Internet...sometimes every day. I use it to plug in and feel the
   pulse of my audience. I think most producers used to wait for the fan mail
   to roll in. You don't need to do that anymore. There's instant communication
   with your audience. -- The "X-Files" Chris Carter
Received on Thu Sep 28 1995 - 11:20:32 PDT

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