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Press Pass Frequently Asked Questions

The only time that you will need to re-submit your credentials is if you have left your position for another. However, there is not a "blanket" press pass for all CBI events. You must request a press pass for each individual event you wish to cover/attend.

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No, CBI prohibits all audio and video recording during conference sessions. You will be required to sign a form on site that you understand this no-recording policy.

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No, you may not register on site at the event. The deadline to request a press pass is one week (5 working days) before the conference date.
 

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Press may attend CBI conferences at a reduced rate of $500.  
There are complimentary press registrations available to organizations working with CBI as Media Partners. For information on how to become a Media Partner contact Sheila Doherty at [email protected]

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Press credentials consist of a business card with your name, media outlet and title as well as one of the following:

  1. A copy of publication masthead or byline including your name
  2. A link to your online publication with your name and title appearing in an editorial capacity
  3. A copy of a bylined article published within the past six months.

CBI’s press policy stipulates that members of the press may note quote speakers without the speaker’s approval.

 

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Please email [email protected] to submit a registration request for an upcoming event. In your email, please include the following:

  1. The name of the conference in which you are registering
  2. Your complete contact information
  3. Your credentials (as described above)

Please note: This is simply a request for press pass. Be sure you receive a confirmation of your request prior to making travel arrangements.

CBI’s press policy stipulates that members of the press may note quote speakers without the speaker’s approval.

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