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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution appreciates and thanks our readers and subscribers for supporting local journalism that keeps our community informed.

We know that, from time to time, you might have a question or issue that requires our assistance. We’ve assembled some of our most common questions and links to help you find what you need.

Still don’t see the answer to your question? Please contact customer care by emailing, or refer to our contact page to find information for the newsroom, subscriber services and more.

Q: How do I submit a letter to the editor?

A: If you would like to submit a letter to the editor, email or call 404-526-7003. You can also fax letters to 404-526-5746. Email submissions are preferred. Letters must be no longer than 150 words and must include a daytime phone number for verification. Letters will be edited for length and clarity and may be published in both print and digital editions.

Find a full list of editors and contacts at

Q: How do I submit comments, feedback or questions about your news coverage? How do I get a story updated or corrected?

A: Contact the appropriate editor from the Newsroom Contacts listed on the Newsroom Contact Page or the reporter whose byline and email address are attached to the story.

Q: How do I contact a reporter?

All reporters have their email addresses listed in their bylines. For a full list of reporters and what they cover, visit

Q: Who do I contact if I have a have a news tip?

A: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants to hear from readers and others who have news or article suggestions. Choose one of the contacts below based on your news tip:

To report breaking news in real time, reach out to us via Twitter - @AJC - or Facebook. For less urgent matters, call our newsroom at 404-526-7003.

For news and tips about local or state politics, contact our political desk at

For news and tips about Atlanta’s sports teams, contact sports editor Chris Vivlamore at

For all other news and tips, contact

Q: What about investigations?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution considers its role as a watchdog over government and community institutions essential to our mission. You can follow our investigations or #ajcinvestigates on Twitter.

If you have a tip or story idea, contact our Investigations editors, and

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Q: How do I get a reprint of a story?

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