Press badges provide access to IWCE conference sessions, workshops, trainings and exhibit hall (not including lunches). Please view our Photography/Video Policy below. Badges are granted at IWCE’s discretion and are issued solely for the purposes of reporting on the show exhibits and other news associated with IWCE. To qualify for a complimentary press badge for IWCE, the applicant must cover the industry on a regular basis by publishing articles or writing regular reports on the communications technology industry. Private consultants who are paid by an individual company are not eligible for a press badge, and should request an attendee exhibit hall pass from the sponsoring company.
PRESS CREDENTIALS consist of a business card with your name, media outlet and title as well as ONE of the following:
- A sample of an article published within the past three (3) months that clearly displays authorship;
- A copy of publication masthead including your name (or link to your online publication with your name and title appearing in an editorial capacity) – see accepted titles below;
- Printed or online article clearly displaying authorship (online news outlets must contain original news content and post original, dated, industry-related news on a regular basis)
Note: Press Credentials are reserved for editorial staff and analysts. The following types of titles will be reviewed as follows:
Examples of accepted titles: Associate Editor, Business Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Executive Editor, Features Editor, Managing Editor, Reporter, Senior Writer, Staff Writer, Journalists, Industry Analysts.
Examples of titles NOT accepted: Account Executive, Administrative Assistant, Assistant production titles, Associate Publisher, CEO, Marketing/PR titles, President, Publisher, Sales titles, Vice President.
Pre-registration is recommended. Press registering on-site at the conference should bring all necessary supporting documentation. IWCE reserves the right to deny press registration at any time based on its interpretation of these requirements, including during the pre-registration and on-site media registration process.
Working members of the press are required to check-in at Registration, receive a press badge. Filming, videotaping and photography are prohibited at all events, education and seminar sessions, including keynote presentations. No one, including working press, may videotape any portion or the IWCE conference program without express written permission from IWCE show management. IWCE’s conference program includes any and all keynotes, sessions, workshops, short courses, training classes, speeches, discussions and panels. If an organization or individual has been determined to publish or post video or audio of any part of IWCE’s conference program, that organization or individual may be barred from attending future IWCE events.