Veteran Automotive Journalist Denied Credentials to 2011 Detroit North American International Auto Show (NAIAS); Believes Actions Associated With China Reportage; Has Instructed Legal Representation to Ascertain Viability of Possible Litigation
by eMOTION! REPORTS.com on Jan 10, 2011
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Award winning Publisher of eMOTION! REPORTS.com Has Instructed Legal Representation to Ascertain Viability of Possible Litigation Based on Assertion/Assumption of Discrimination ...
Award winning Publisher of eMOTION! REPORTS.com Has Instructed Legal Representation to Ascertain Viability of Possible Litigation Based on Assertion/Assumption of Discrimination
January 10, 2011 Detroit – Veteran automotive journalist Myron D. Stokes, Publisher of eMOTION! REPORTS.com (www.emotionreports.com http://emotionreportscom.blogspot.com/ ) an automotive/aerospace industries research and analysis site targeting professionals within the academic, media, corporate and government sectors, is today advising media and corporate colleagues he is being denied media credentials by North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) officials for reasons he considers specious and unreasonable.
Stokes, an award winning (Detroit Press Club Foundation International Golden Wheel Award For Automotive Journalism) former Newsweek, Newsweek Japan and Newsweek International correspondent, whose experiences while there are outlined in the recently released analysis/memoir “Richard Holbrookes' World: Memories of a Newsweek Special Correspondent” (http://t.co/mbRPmlP) says he agrees with one of his senior public relations consultants that “'Credentials are a privilege provided at the discretion and prerogative of the issuing entity', however, what is also true is that such an entity's relationship with media is a two-way street.
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