The NATPE Budapest 2017 is the premier market for the dynamic TV and digital content industries centered in the Central & Eastern European region. Experience a four-day schedule including studio program screenings and market days. Gain valuable insight into a region fueled by continuing expansion of TV stations, regional, local and thematic channels and multiple pay-TV platforms.
Thank you for your interest in applying for press credentials. These guidelines will assist you in preparing the required documentation to support your request. In order to be qualified as press at NATPE Budapest, you must adhere to the following guidelines and submit documentation accordingly.
DO NOT make travel plans until you have received a confirmation from The Lippin Group.
Press Credentials: All requests must be accompanied by copies of press credentials verifying editorial press occupation. Any outlet with more than 3 staff members applying for credentials should select one person as a contact. Each individual must apply separately.
Print Media: You must submit verification of employment. In addition to an original letter of assignment from your editor (on company letterhead), you must include a business card identifying you as a working reporter and a copy of a current publication masthead showing your name.
Online Publication: Only commercial news organizations qualify as media outlets. You must submit a link to your online publication with your name and title appearing in an editorial capacity. Personal web site, blog, vlog or vanity e-newsletter writers, editors, or creators will not be registered as media.
Freelance Writers/Photographers/Crews: To apply as a member of the media, we require you submit an original letter from a publisher, editor or producer (on letterhead) indicating you are covering NATPE Budapest on assignment. We also need at least one previous relevant clip. Individuals or organizations wishing to cover on spec will not be credentialed.
PLEASE NOTE: Credentials will be provided only to news personnel covering the market. Because NATPE Budapest is a business conference, we will only issue credentials to national and international trade, business and consumer business media outlets, and to a small number of national and regional consumer entertainment news shows and media. We reserve the right to deny or revoke press credentials at any time to anyone whose principal purpose for attending NATPE Budapest, in our judgment, is for reasons other than covering NATPE as working press.
Deadline for requesting credentials is Thursday May 25, 2017. No media or press will be credentialed on site.
Please email your press credential documentation and a simple cover note to:
The Lippin Group – London
31 Southampton Row
London, WC1B 5HJ
Phone: 44 (0) 203-008-5406
Fax: 44 (0) 207-147-9959
All other inquiries:
The Lippin Group – Los Angeles
6100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90048 USA
Once we receive your credential back-up information, please allow approximately two weeks for an email indicating your registration status. Do not make travel plans unless you have received a confirmation from us.
If you have any questions on the media qualification process, please contact your regional press contact.
Click here to download the NATPE Budapest 2017 Press Credentials information sheet.
|COMPANY NAME||FIRST NAME||LAST NAME||COUNTRY|
|World Screen News||Kristin||Brzoznowski||USA|
|News and Media Holding||Martin||Poláš||Slovakia|
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