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DC Science Writers Association Holiday Party Please visit the Fall Meeting Media Center to view previous media advisories that include information about searching the scientific program and visa information for international reporters.
For any questions about the Fall Meeting or information included in this advisory, email news agu. Press registration information Online press registration for the Fall Meeting is open. Please pre-register to expedite the on-site badge pick-up process.
The AGU Press Office provides complimentary press registration to professional journalists representing media organizations, freelance journalists, photographers, videographers, bloggers, podcasters, authors, filmmakers, public information officers, institutional communicators and student journalists for the express purpose of gathering news and information to produce media coverage of AGU meetings.
Press registrants receive, at no charge, a badge that provides access to all scientific sessions, the press room and the press conference room.
For eligibility requirements, please visit the Press Registration Eligibility Requirements page. Registrations are approved at the discretion of the AGU press office and approval may take up to 5 business days. Eligible members of the press may also register for press credentials on-site at the meeting.
The on-site registration location, badge pick-up location, and Press Room, Press Conference Room and Quiet Rooms locations will be included in a future advisory.
It is not required to wait for press registration approval before booking a hotel room, nor is it required to book a hotel room when registering to attend the meeting. Hotels sell out quickly and AGU encourages members of the media to book hotel rooms as soon as possible to take advantage of preferential rates.
Check the online Who's Coming list of journalists and press officers who have registered for the meeting. This list is updated regularly. Some events and activities, including but not limited to invitation-only events and communications workshops, are not open to press badge holders.
Online resources - now live!
Public information officers PIOs can now post press releases and other materials to the site. In the Virtual Press Roomjournalists can find press releases, press conference materials including PowerPoint presentations, images, videos, scientific papers, and more, as available and other information.
Videos of press conferences will be added to the Virtual Press Room during the meeting for easy online access. For public information officers: PIOs can upload press releases, tip sheets and press conference materials to the Virtual Press Room at any time before or during the meeting.
PIOs can also upload materials and schedule them to publish at a later date. However, only public information and press officers of recognized scientific societies, educational institutions, government agencies and non-profit Earth and space science research organizations are eligible to upload press items.
The AGU press office may remove any items posted by press officers who do not meet these criteria. Expert tools - now live! The Find an Expert tool allows PIOs to list scientific experts who are available to be interviewed by reporters at the meeting.
This tool is now available online in the Fall Meeting Media Center. With the Find an Expert tool, reporters can search a list of scientific experts in various topic areas who are at the meeting and available for interviews.
These experts have been listed by PIOs from recognized scientific societies, educational institutions, government agencies and non-profit Earth and space science research organizations.
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