Things have gotten rather quiet over at Good Housekeeping so we thought we'd ping 'em one more time. Keep in mind this is a publication that brags on its website that it "exercises strict editorial judgment."
September 29, 2010
Ms. Sarah Scrymser
300 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Dear Ms. Scrymser,
In real time folks-- NBC San Diego executive producer Sage Waetjen Pierce has responded to our letter and while it appears the station has decided it plans to run the story it will now featuring NFI’s explanation of the flawed report. Watch this space for updates.
The amazing thing about the internet is the immediacy. In real time things can unfold right before your eyes… for better or worse. Take our interaction with the local NBC affiliate in San Diego.
This afternoon NFI was made aware that the station was planning to air a story about canned tuna that had been preproduced by Good Housekeeping. We’re well aware of the story and have been working to get Good Housekeeping to pull or update it with the real facts and perspective.
If you stumbled upon Sally Deneen's AOL column published under the banner Green Police, there are a number of things you should keep in mind.
Because apparently the eco cops asked Sally to remain silent on a few issues of fact that she is aware of, but chose to leave out.