Why don't they name the charity????
- From: Sirius Kase <SiriusKase@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Nov 2007 04:52:55 -0000
abcnews has an article about Beetle the Bard on their website, but
they don't name the charity. They just say a charity "dear to Jo's
heart". Jo should publicly request that the charity and/or it's
website, which is http://www.thechildrensvoice.org/, be named in
articles about it. Otherwise, the value of the publicity is wasted.
abcnews has comments. I tried to enter one to this effect, but it
requires a registration, so I didn't. If any of you are not paranoid
about giving them your personal information, please make a comment.
They give all kinids of publicity to all kinds of things, but not to
the charity at the heart of this story. How mean can they be?
Actually, considering that the point of the article is that fans are
disappinted by the book not being available to them, maybe they are
just a bunch of meanies. Maybe next time Jo does a talk show, she'll
skip Good Morning America, and find someone who will help her look
good. Not naming the charity tends to make Rowling look like a bitch,
even if it wasn't her idea. The BBC article that this article is
based on does containi the charity info.
Jo does need to pay attention to her PR. She's done a lot of odd
stuff lately. Does she really want to be the British Britanny?
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