public correspondence

public correspondence

[′pəb·lik ‚kär·ə′spän·dəns]
(communications)
Any telecommunications which offices and stations at the disposal of the public must accept for transmission.
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This includes the relaxation of third-party fundraising restrictions to permit many noncommercial television and radio stations to air limited fundraisers for the benefit of other non-profit organizations; easing the reporting burden for volunteer board members of noncommercial broadcast stations; and the elimination of public correspondence file requirement for broadcasters.
Placed On A Public Correspondence List To Ensure Future Updates Regarding The Rfloi Or Other
Churchill The Life" also features previously unpublished photographs of artifacts in the Churchill Archive Centre; family pictures and private correspondence; telegrams, drafts of speeches, press cuttings and official papers; ephemera, like an early report card that describes him as "very bad--in constant trouble to everybody"; pictorial time lines; public correspondence and historical items given to him; fascinating and exhaustively researched captions and quotes.
Set up in 1912 at the Round Tower at Windsor Castle, they contain volumes of private and public correspondence.
Through his insightful use of Silver's sermons, speeches, and private and public correspondence, he brings the story full circle in his exploration of Silver's struggle to create an all-encompassing Zionism that made room for both the State of Israel and Jews in the diaspora within strong, yet flexible, "walls and bridges.
They have also called on former Labour ministers at Holyrood and Westminster to make public correspondence with News International.
Claudia Winkleman, above, and Danny Leigh will be discussing those new releases as well as looking at some of the public correspondence.
Now we have an enlightened civil servant leading this discussion - and readers of Gulf News have been quick to respond with their own views in a lively public correspondence.
This collection includes personal and public correspondence, including missives to diplomats, letters to governors asking for military intelligence, orders to his staff at his still-prospering plantation, random notes, and very specific instructions, leading one to believe Washington believed in micro-management.
In this case, the PTC complained that there was no public correspondence on the complaints in the "complaints file" portion of KLRT's public-inspection file, according to Broadcasting & Cable.
Many administrators add a renovation newsletter in addition to any normal public correspondence.