What do you do when the media gets key facts about your community network wrong? Set the record straight!
This blog post from the Public Affairs Manager in the city of Wilson, North Carolina, demonstrates a good response to errors in an article. In the first case, it offers "clarifications," a better term than errors when dealing with reporters, especially as many reporters have less expertise than we would like in the complicated world of broadband networks, policy, and technology.
This is a good excerpt - with the City's response in blue text.