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This article is from the Public Radio FAQ, by Rich Kulawiec rsk@gsp.org with numerous contributions by others.

29 I've heard listener commentary on ATC/ME; how do I send mine in?

All Things Considered Commentary Guidelines
(courtesy of Ori Hoffer, transcript guru)

The following are guidelines for submitting commentaries for
possible broadcast.

- Send a sample tape on cassette.

- Include up to three commentaries on the tape.

- Each commentary should be between 2 to 3 minutes in length--
approximately 250 words. Occasionally we accept pieces that
are shorter or longer.

- The tape does not have to be broadcast quality. If we
decide to use your commentary, we will arrange to have it
professionally recorded.

- If the subject matter of your commentary is timely, please
indicate this on your package.

- Scripts should be included.

- Tapes and manuscripts will be returned if you send us a
self-addressed, stamped padded envelope. Manuscripts will be
returned if you include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

- Payment for commentaries that air is $150.00.

- Send your tapes to: Commentaries, All Things Considered,
National Public Radio, 635 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington,
DC 20001

- You will receive a response within approximately 6 weeks.

Thanks for your interest in All Things Considered and please
keep listening.

 

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