The deadline for Advance Media Registration is October 21, 2013. All media who have not registered in advance must register at the conference registration desk in Orlando, FL. Please review the media qualifications to determine if you qualify for media registration. You must submit all documentation as specified on this page and on the media registration form.
Please Note: Even if you have qualified for a media badge in the past, you must re-qualify for the 2013 symposium.
Those requesting media registration must be currently employed by a publication or news organization. Each organization is limited to two media representatives, except college publications, which are limited to one. Account representatives, sales executives, book authors, and engineers do not meet the criteria for media registration. You must fall under one of the following to receive media registration:
Newspapers/Magazines/Wire Services/Business and Trade Publications
Reporters and editors from magazines, newspapers, trade publications, and wire services must provide a business card and a current masthead that includes their name. Contributing editors and reporters must verify they have been retained to cover the 2013 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium by presenting a letter of assignment.
Television and Radio
Broadcast reporters and producers from news organizations must provide a business card and a letter of assignment. Analysts must provide a business card from a recognized analyst firm and one bylined article from the past six months.
Freelance writers must provide at least one bylined article published within the last six months and must verify they have been retained to cover the 2013 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium by presenting a letter of assignment. Those who freelance occasionally and are employed by non-news organizations are not eligible for media registration.
Reporters from online publications must provide a business card and at least one bylined article printed from their web site. The site must contain editorial content and cover human-computer interaction. Personal web pages and blogs will not be accepted.
University publication reporters must provide at least one bylined article published within the last six months and must verify they have been retained to cover the 2013 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium by presenting a letter of assignment from the university. University publications are limited to one media representative.
Media Badge: What It Entitles You To
Media badge holders are entitled to admission to all activities except the Monday Night Networking Dinner.
For more information, contact Jonathan Oglesby, iNACOL’s Director of External Affairs.