Have questions about your press pass to RISE Nashville 2020? Find your answers here.
Who is eligible for a complimentary press pass?
RISE is pleased to offer working media personnel complimentary press passes. Those journalists selected to receive a press pass will need to provide proof of the organization they represent (for example a copy of your press card, masthead, or a bylined article).
How do I apply for a press pass?
To apply for a press pass, please contact Davida Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Press pass request for RISE Nashville 2020. Please include the following information in the body of the email:
Please note: This is simply a request for a press pass. Be sure you receive a confirmation of your request before making travel arrangements.
When is the deadline?
Press credentials should be requested by Feb. 28, 2020. Onsite requests will not be granted. Press credentials are not transferable.
What does the press pass cover?
A press pass to RISE Nashville 2020 offers complimentary access to all sessions open to the media and the exhibit hall.
Please note: Meals and beverages offered to registered attendees will also be made available to media with press credentials.
Where can I pick up my badge?
Press passes will be made available for collection at the registration desk. Media are required to wear conference name badges for the entire event.
What is the press policy?
Approved press pass holders must abide by the following provisions:
Can I publish any results presented at the conference?
Many results and statistics will be presented at the conference, but may not be published. Journalists will need to request permission from the speaker/presenter in order to use the data.
Will I have access to all areas of the conference?
Please check with onsite staff for restrictions on coverage and photography. Video recording of all or portions of the conference is prohibited without prior approval from RISE. Check with RISE media contact to arrange interviews with speakers.
Will RISE make hotel and travel arrangements for media representatives?
The media is responsible for their own travel arrangements, including transportation, accommodations, and meals not part of the conference.