The Endocrine Society provides complimentary media registration to its annual meeting to journalists and public information officers who meet the following criteria:
Working press employed by bona fide news media outlets must present a press card, business card or letter of introduction from an editor of a recognized publication.
Freelance writers must present a current members card from the American Medical Writers Association or the National Association of Science Writers; evidence of bylined work pertaining to science, health, medicine or biomedical research intended for the general public and published within the past two years; or a letter of assignment from a recognized publication.
Public information officers of scientific societies, medical associations, educational institutions and government agencies must present a business card.
Registering as media does not guarantee approval in receiving a press pass.
The Endocrine Society will review the credentials of all reporters seeking to attend ENDO to ensure eligibility requirements are met. Media approved for attendance will receive official notification via email from Endocrine Society staff.
Registered Media Privileges
Special access to meeting sessions and news conferences
Access to full-service newsroom to work on stories and receive news releases, messages, and faxes
Availability of an internet hub with hardwired and wireless capabilities
Representatives of for-profit corporations and of the business side of news media must register onsite, pay the appropriate fees and are not accredited as Press at the meeting.
Researchers and clinicians who are also reporters may receive news media credentials if they qualify (see above), but must also register for the meeting and pay the appropriate presenter fee.
Up to three journalists per publisher are eligible for registered media privileges. The Endocrine Society reserves the right to waive this requirement at a publisher’s request.