ARIN Public Policy Meeting Press Credentials Policy
Credentialed working journalists will be provided complimentary press registration to cover ARIN 33, the American Registry for Internet Number’s (ARIN) Public Policy Meeting, 13-16 April 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.
Press registration allows members of the news media access to all open policy and informational sessions for reporting purposes. Additionally, ARIN will provide a press room with Internet access.
Media interested in attending should note the following information:
- Registered press is permitted to report on all meeting events
- Attendees may not be quoted without the attendee’s express consent
- Media must wear press badge at all times and identify themselves as such when speaking to each attendee
- IPv4 and IPv6 backgrounders are available upon request
The views of members attending the event do not necessarily reflect those of ARIN. Reporters interested in speaking with an ARIN representative to verify the organization’s official position on any issue should contact Jennifer Bly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journalists who have press credentials (such as a press club badge) should bring these credentials upon arrival to the ARIN registration desk. Media representatives welcome to attend include reporters, editors, writers, photographers, and videographers.
Journalists who do not have press credentials (such as freelancers) should provide a letter of assignment on the letterhead of the publication or broadcast outlet for which the journalist is covering the meeting.
Alternatively, journalists may submit recent samples of their work containing a byline, along with appropriate identification.
All media wishing to attend ARIN 33 must register through ARIN’s media relations department. Please contact Jennifer Bly at email@example.com to register for the event, or with any questions or concerns.
Media are encouraged to preregister no later than 12 April 2014.