Elmer M. Savilla doing business as Q. Communications, would like to
introduce you to a new service which is available to you to make your newsletter, brochure, or newspaper more interesting to your readers. Elmer Savilla has been working in the center of government news-makers for over twenty years. Before that he worked in the field of local, regional, and national Indian affairs and became acquainted with the inside and outside workings of federal government at all levels. He studied legislative issues andprovided analysis on the probable effects of legislation. In 1985 he reported news on Indian affairs to Indian newspapers throughout the country. He was a published columnist specializing in political affairs and analysis
of Indian affairs.
In June of 1993, he became the managing editor of America's Eagle Magazine
which reported stories of the environment including nuclear and radioactive
issues, political affairs, and Indian leadership. This was done with a grant
to a non-profit organization. In June of 1996, the grant expired and publication
was suspended temporarily.
Elmer Savilla now has new offices located in the metropolitan area of
Washington, Dc., doing business as Q. Communications. The "Q" stands
for Quechan. Mr. Savilla is a member of the Quechan Indian Nation of Fort
Yuma, California. Q. Communications now offers its services to your organization
in covering national news events, especially those events happening in Washington
DC. Listed below are some services which we can perform for you. Consider,
using our services, it is cheaper that using a stringer. We can:
Provide you with fast breaking news items. Reports on congressional
hearings. Transcripts of testimony. Photographs. Whatever it takes to make
your story a better story, including one-on-one interviews with your favorite
or not so favorite politician or news-maker.
Provide stories and information on what's happening in changes and
proposed changes in federal agencies, program regulations, congressional
legislation, and who said what, where, and when.
Your readers deserve the latest information that you can give them. For
instance, what can you tell your readers about the proposed change in leadership of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee? Are you able to tell readers what the new changes in the welfare law mean to them in terms of benefits or social security payments? The threat of termination and treaty abrogations are still with us and there are rumblings against Indian gaming enterprises. Are your readers aware of the direction Indian leaders are taking them in mainstream politics, if not, they deserve to
Whatever your publishing frequency, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly,
or quarterly, we offer Elmer Savilla's "It's A Matter of Opinion,"
a commentary on timely topics. If your readers are tired of reading Tim
Giago, Jack Anderson, or hearing Rush Limbaugh or Ollie North, we can give
them a welcome change with writings on the real life issues and not the
worn-out oft-repeated stories. Please call 703/242-9388 if you would like
a sample of the column.
We can be your personal connection to news of the country, and of
the world. If its media services, we can do it for you. We're not free,
but we are low-priced. Call now. Elmer Savilla is ready and willing to
go to work for you.