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High Incident

What can I do?

  1. Contact ABC
  2. Contact other networks
  3. Contact the media
  4. Contact DreamWorks


Contact ABC:

There are several ways you can help. First, the option which is most likely to help, is to let ABC know how much the show is loved, and that canceling it will be a huge mistake on their part. There are several ways to contact ABC. You can do so by e-mail, or by snail mail. Please keep in mind that snail mail, while being a little slower, is also a tad more personal, and will tend to be more effective. If you would like to do both, please do so!

You can e-mail ABC at abcaudr@abc.com

There are three executives at ABC who you need to target with your letters:

Mr. Robert A. Iger
President, ABC-TV
ABC-TV
2040 Avenue of the Stars, 5th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Ms. Jamie Tarses
Programming Chief
ABC-TV
2040 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Mr. Stu Bloomberg
Chairman, ABC-TVt
ABC-TV
2040 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

ABC Telephone: (310)557-7777
ABC Fax: (310)557-6872

Keep in mind that being rude or insulting will get your letter thrown away before it is read.


Contact other networks:

Another thing which is likely to work is that another network may pick up the contract from DreamWorks, SKG, and pick up the show where ABC left off. The networks that are most likely to do this are: NBC, CBS, and FOX. Again, e-mail is OK, but there is no substitute for a professional looking letter.

NBC can be reached via e-mail at webmaster@nbc.com

You can write to the President at:

Mr. Warren Littlefield
President, NBC Entertainment
NBC Entertainment
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112

CBS can be reached via e-mail at audsvcs@cbs.com

You can write to the President at:

Mr. Leslie Moonves
President, CBS Entertainment
CBS Entertainment,
7800 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

FOX can be reached via e-mail at askfox@foxinc.com

You can write to the President at:

President
Fox Television
P.O. Box 900
Beverly Hills, CA 90213

UPN can be reached via their e-mail submitting form at http://www.upn.com/email2.html

PBS can be reached via e-mail at www@pbs.org


Contact the media:

A third option which will help is to try to persuade the media to run a story on our efforts to save High Incident. This show has millions of fans, and perhaps a majority of them do not even know the show has been canceled. Were the media to run a story on this, many fans would find out and would join the effor to save the show. In addition, it's possible that media coverage focusing on the cancelation of the series might cause ABC network executives to reconsider. With that in mind, below you will find e-mail and snail mail addresses for newspapers and entertainment oriented news programs to mail to.

E-mail addresses for major newspapers:


Contact DreamWorks

Lastly, DreamWorks needs the support of its fans. Mr. Spielberg and his crew have given so much to us, they have entertained us to no end with the countless numbers of outstanding and exciting movies they have produced, it's time to give something back. Let's show them that the fans are out there, and that we are behind them all the way!

Contact DreamWorks at:

DreamWorks
100 Universal City Plaza, Building 477
Universal City, CA 91608


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