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Media

Friendly support and cooperation from the media has made it possible for AA to carry its message of hope to the world. We know that AA would not have reached many thousands of men and women without this.

In this section you will find information referring to our Tradition of Anonymity, public service announcements (PSA's), and estimates of membership.

  • We value the role of the Media
  • We are here to answer your questions about AA
  • We have no opinion on outside issues

News & Articles

View the latest articles and press releases.

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Anonymity Letter

From time to time we write our public media friends to thank them for helping us observe our long-standing tradition of anonymity for members of Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Press Releases

AA non-alcoholic trustees are available for interviews by prior arrangement. Case studies of AA recovering alcoholics who have written 300-600 words of their stories of drinking and sobriety under pseudonyms are also available.

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Public Relations

In all public relationships, AA's sole objective is to help the still-suffering alcoholic. Always mindful of the importance of personal anonymity, we believe this can be done by making known to him, and to those who may be interested in his problem, our own experience as individuals and as a fellowship in learning to live without alcohol.

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AA and the Media

Alcoholics Anonymous has a great deal of material, including articles, first person stories, DVDs, radio and television announcements, which are available for use by the media industry.

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Resources

This section includes links to various video and text resources.

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