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ITU Events Registration and Accreditation for Media

​​​​Media Registration: Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR-18)  

Deadline: 06 July 2018

Media must be accredited in order to register for the event. Media accreditation is strictly reserved for members of the press who represent a bona fide media organization.

Journalists
are requested to provide an official letter of assignment from the Editor-in-Chief (or the News Editor for radio/TV) together with the supporting media credentials specified in the accreditation eligibility & credentials section.

Register for the event
here and send your credentials to pressreg@itu.int

UN press accreditation is valid, though UN-accredited media are kindly requested to confirm their intention to attend this event to pressreg@itu.int   

 

Accreditation eligibility & credentials

 

Media accreditation is not granted to non-editorial staff working for a publishing house (i.e. management, marketing, advertising executives, etc.); to researchers, authors and editors of directories; to the information outlets of governments, non-governmental organizations and private companies which are not first and foremost media organizations. ITU must be satisfied that anyone applying for accreditation is a professional journalist or analyst with a proven track record of reporting for bona fide media.

Applications for accreditation are considered on a case-by-case basis and we reserve the right to request supplementary documentary evidence. The decisions of the ITU Media Relations Service are final. Applicants will be notified by a confirmation letter sent to the e-mail account provided on the registration form.

Any queries concerning the accreditation process should be directed to the ITU Media Relations Service.  

 

 Journalists

 

Accreditation will be granted upon presentation of valid press credentials as follows: 

 
 
Bloggers
 

Bloggers may be granted accreditation if blog content is deemed relevant to the industry, contains news commentary, is regularly updated and made publicly available. Corporate bloggers are invited to register as participants. Please see Guidelines for Blogger Accreditation below for more details.

 

Guidelines for Blogger Accreditation

 

ITU is committed to working with independent 'new media' reporters and columnists who reach their audiences via blogs, podcasts, video blogs and other online media. These are the guidelines we use to determine whether to issue official media accreditation to independent online media representatives:

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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