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Old 03-17-2005, 07:33 PM   #16
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Other website chat-rooms and threads about trying to save "American Dreams" have suggested postcards are the best way to contact NBC executives Jeff Zucker and Kevin O'Reilly... and they may indeed be right.
but most folks may only think they can e-mail NBC's "general" e-mail address... and another thread has suggested those e-mails won't get forwarded to Mr. Zucker and O'Reilly. That's probably true... HOWEVER...

I used to work for NBC... and their e-mail system works as follows. The person's first name... a period... last name, the @NBC.com.

So it's worth sending your e-mails DIRECT to Mr. Zucker and Mr. O'Reilly's offices at the following e-mail address.

JEFF ZUCKER e-mail is: Jeff.Zucker@nbc.com
KEVIN O'REILLY is: Kevin.Reilly@nbc.com

If you want to save American dreams... start sending those e-mails AND letters. i've sent e-mails to these addresses... and they HAVE NOT come back as "undeliverable"... so they are going to an office connected to these NBC executives.
START WRITING NOW!

Writing letters carry more weight, because someone actually took the time to sit down and write. Typing an email is a lot faster, so try to send in the letters as well. Keep the emails coming too, it's the only hope this show has got.
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:24 AM   #17
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First of all one email is enough give them time to read them don't annoy them by packing their inbox with emails.Plus sorry but I'm not writing letters or sending post cards.

I'm busy trying to make a future with my life.I sent them email,I voted for them in some E poll and I signed a petetion which is alot I did for being busy trying to work on my future..They will get my email when they get a chance

Also I took my time writing my email I didn't just rush threw it .You can take as much time to send an email as you can writing a letter but you should never keep emailing.Because after awhile they will delete it because they will get annoyed possibly if you email them everyday......Mel
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Old 03-18-2005, 02:45 AM   #18
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Default NBC Executives E-mail address, CORRECT ONES

Dear Storywriter... and anyone else.
TRY AGAIN to send your e-mail to KEVIN REILLY.
I accidentally typed in a wrong address previously... BUT I've edited and CORRECTED that mistake on the previous posting.
Again... the CORRECT addresses for NBC executives:

KEVIN REILLY (at NBC Burbank) is: Kevin.Reilly@nbc.com
JEFF ZUCKER is: Jeff.Zucker@nbc.com
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Old 03-18-2005, 03:14 AM   #19
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Default Re: NBC EXECS E-MAIL ADDRESSES

To Mel... try again.
The e-mail addresses for these exceutives are:
JEFF ZUCKER (NBC New York) is: Jeff.Zucker@nbc.com
KEVIN REILLY (NBC Burbank) is: Kevin.Reilly@nbc.com

At this last stage of the game... e-mails are probably the fastest most effective way to let these execs know people are interested.

With ratings being tabulated each week... a show of support via e-mail is immediate and something that would be noticed.
Ignore any cynics who might say NBC will just delete any e-mails. The mere fact that e-mails from various people across the country to their offices are just as effective an effort as any... other than ratings... to show them people are taking time to voice their opinions.

I KNOW this because I work in the TV business as a profession and career... and have worked for the NBC network in the past.

ANY effort certainly wouldn't hurt... if you REALLY would like to see "American Dreams" renewed.

Even if it IS cancelled... you can feel you participated in TRYING to save the show.

JEFF ZUCKER (NBC New York) Jeff.Zucker@nbc.com
KEVIN REILLY (NBC Burbank) Kevin.Reilly@nbc.com
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:36 PM   #20
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I sent them one email each.I took time out of my busy schedule to do my job so nobody give me any feedback on how if I really want to save AD I will do what I have to do.I have done what I needed to do.So now let them do their job now if you will all please excuse me I got to go.Mel.
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Old 03-18-2005, 01:43 PM   #21
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Mel, we're all busy! You think any of us have hours on end to spend trying to save a TV show? I took 10 minutes a night for a few days to write out a couple postcards. It wasn't a huge time crunch!

Relax. Any effort is appreciated. No need to get defensive! It's a TV show -- one that I love-- but it's not life and death. We know that. If you feel you've done your part, then that's all we can ask.
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Default Um, why "waste time" on this site if you're not truly interested?

Just a thought....
I'm new to this site... and I'm NOT about questioning any individual posters motivations. everyone's entitled to their opinions.

I APOLOGIZE in advance, if this posting of mine is "off base" or misunderstood.

but, I've noticed the poster named "Mel" write at least two postings apparently defending his efforts to write to save American Dreams..... and also insinuating he has better things to do than keep sending repeated postcards and e-mails to save this show.... also saying he's - to paraphrase - working on his "own" future.

I can't argue with that at all. Its CERTAINLY your prerogative.
I'm just CORDIALLY puzzled that someone would say several times that they don't have time to "send multiple postcards and e-mails" regarding American Dreams...
... but yet, this same AD fan does seem to have the time to apparently check this website often and post numerous statements about how his time is better spent doing other things.... furthering "his own future".

Um, if that's true... I'm wondering.. couldn't you better utilize all this precious time by not posting on this site so often???
.... ONLY because you make it seem like it's a chore for you to do so.

It seems to me folks write on this site to SHARE an interest in saving American dreams...

......NOT to dampen the enthusiasm and hopes of other fans hopeful of AD's renewal.

THIS ISN'T PERSONAL... I'm just a fellow AD fan that's a bit puzzled by your stance on time "wasted' discussing American Dreams.

You don't have to post here if you don't want to... but I assume everyone, including me WELCOMES you.
If I've misunderstood you.... I apologize.

Now... on to hoping America Dreams is hopefully renewed.
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Old 03-19-2005, 12:00 AM   #23
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All I will say is I'm a 26 year old girl not guy plus I have been on this site now a year and two months I did what I could to save this show now let them do what they have to do..

We do talk about the episodes here after we see them.Well a few of us do...But I am not sure how much longer I will be visiting here.

Mel is short for Melissa.

Peace and goodnight .. .Mel...

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