IFA Press Registration
Media and Industry Analyst Credentials
To complete your registration submit one or more of the credentials listed below. Your media registration will not proceed without credentials.
- Masthead from a current issue of an industry-related publication listing you as an editorial contributor
- An industry-related article published within the past three months with your byline Newsletters will not be considered for media accreditation.
- A letter from the news director, assignment editor or producer on station/network letterhead saying that you have been assigned to represent the organization in an editorial capacity at IFA
- Press photo ID
- Business card from your media outlet reflecting your editorial role
- A reach of at least 5.000 visitors and a thematic reference to IFA are requirements for an accreditation
- Relevant verifications have to be uploaded in the online accreditation tool. Only responsible editors can be approved for accreditation
- We reserve the right to limit the number of accreditation per blog
- A certain visibility and outreach of your channel (amount of video-uploads and views etc.) with at least 5.000 subscribers is a basic requirement for an accreditation
- The channel has to have an obvious reference to IFA and needs to be operated regularly
- We reserve the right to limit the number of accreditation per YouTube channel
- PR agencies can only register on behalf of an IFA exhibitor. It requires an official letter of confirmation saying that you have been assigned to represent the exhibitor as the corresponding PR agency. Accreditation is for a maximum of 3 PR agency people.
Press Accreditation will NOT be granted to:
- Publishers, General Managers, Account Representatives, Sales Executives, Engineers, Public Relations Reps (if they are not officially working for an exhibitor), etc.
- Anyone whose principal purpose for attending IFA is, in our judgment, for reasons other than editorial coverage
Media accreditation is reserved for working members of the media only. This includes Editors, Reporters, Producers, Camera Crews, still Photographers and Industry Analysts. We reserve the right to modify this policy without public notice and to revoke previously issued IFA accreditation/registration at any time.
A history of being registered at previous IFA events does not guarantee approval or waive the accreditation requirement. Misconduct or misrepresentation of position and/or publication/news organization will bar you and your organization from all future IFA events.
Facebook, Twitter sites, Forums, Video Productions (if they are not officially working for an exhibitor), Communities and Users will not be considered for media accreditation.