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BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Many have asked how to tell BRAIN editors about their news. It’s not so hard. Try this: Email a news tip…

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BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Many have asked how to tell BRAIN editors about their news.

It’s not so hard. Try this:

Email a news tip or press release to BRAIN .

That link creates an email addressed to our editor-in-chief and managing editor.

You could email us a note, a formal press release, event information for our calendar , or product information for our New Product section .

You can use the same link it you want to send us a guest editorial or query us about a freelance idea.

This is not automated. We assess press releases based on newsworthiness and value to our readership. For the most part they fall into four categories: > Some become the basis for by-lined articles on our web site and/or in print. An editor is likely to contact you for more information. We put others into the " Announcements " area on our website. Those receive minimal or no editing. Please proofread your submission: We do not make corrections or changes after they are posted. We do not post them on embargo dates (See embargos below). We do not copy text or images out of a PDF — send us a document, or a text file, or put the release into the body of an email. We do not follow links to third-party websites to retrieve press releases. Send them directly to us. Some result in postings in our Events section. Irrelevant press releases and promotional releases like "Distributor X announces free shipping this month" […]

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