For media to participate in the Foundation’s public meetings and events or obtain copies of publications, you must be a credentialed member of the media. The Foundation retains the right to grant media passes to print journalists (newspapers, magazine), broadcast journalists (radio or television), wire and news services for redistribution to other news organizations, or online news services (electronic dissemination rather than conventional print and broadcast distribution).
The Foundation does not allow journalists to register as media for the purpose of writing a personal blog, or for persons whose news outlet is funded by an individual; political candidate or party; nonprofit; or activist/lobbying organization.
The Foundation only accepts registrations during normal business hours, and media credentials are not granted until confirmation has been offered by Foundation staff.
Even if payment is made to attend a Foundation meeting, the following terms and conditions still apply.
You may contact the Foundation with additional questions.
Terms and Conditions for Use of Media Credentials at Foundation Events
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