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Have you seen the October 29 article in The New York Times Magazine online that essentially said that negative publicity is good? Gary McCormick, APR, Fellow PRSA, had a letter to the editor of The New York Times Magazine published online Friday November 12 (the letter will be published in the print edition on Sunday November 14) refuting some of the points of the Times Magazines’s article  on the potential value of negative publicity.

 What do you think? Weigh in!

Here is the link to the online edition of the letter: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/14/magazine/14Letters-t-GOODNEWSBADN_LETTERS.html?ref=magazine

And here is a link to the letter from PRSA’s Newsroom: http://media.prsa.org/article_display.cfm?article_id=1839

And finally, here is a tweet from the @PRSA Twitter account that you can share:

RT @PRSA #PRSA letter to the editor of @nytimes mag on negative publicity by @GaryMac865 http://bit.ly/c8wZAs What is your opinion?

As Chapter Presidents, we wanted to send this to you today so you are aware of PRSA’s advocacy efforts on a national level, and also so that you may inform your Chapter Board members and Chapter members of this exciting PRSA news.

–Industry News