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MDG Summit & Exhibition 2013 Media Accreditation
Thank you for your interest in applying for press accreditation for the MDG Summit & Exhibition 2013.
Print & Newswire Reporters
*Required: A copy of the masthead from a current issue of your publication, or a link to your publication’s website, that shows your name listed as part of the reporting team.
*Required: A link to a current page of your online publication with your name and title appearing in an editorial capacity.
Online media must meet the following criteria:
The website must post original, dated, MDGs / development sector-related news at least once per week. The website content must extend beyond links, forums, personal diaries, opinion or personal analysis.
Journalists with commercial news websites can qualify for media accreditation. Websites must be established and updated regularly with original and current MDGs / development sector news.
Please note that personal website writers, fan sites, designers, editors and creators do not qualify for media accreditation.
Blogs might qualify if they meet the above criteria. Blogs must be well established and show an acceptable level of interactivity and comment.
Sponsored blogs or company blogs do not qualify as media.
The MDG Conference is organized by EMS Ltd (Emerging Markets Solutions)
in association with its partners.