Please use this media request form to apply for credentials for each person in your organization wishing to attend as a member of the media. If your organization is requesting passes for multiple staffers, each person must fill out a separate form. Those receiving credentials will be notified by December 20, 2017. San Antonio Cocktail Conference and Houston Street Charities retain the right to use any images obtained in future promotions/marketing; appropriate photo/video credit will be provided in all publications. If you have questions about credentials, please email email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: All members of the media must be on assignment to cover the 2018 San Antonio Cocktail Conference in order to be credentialed. If you are a freelance journalist, you must be on assignment. Photographers must also be on assignment. Spec photography, portfolio photography, and personal website photography are not valid assignments. If you are not the assigning Editor/Producer or are a freelance journalist or photographer, please forward this form to the appropriate person to be completed. Requests for accreditation will only be considered if submitted via this official online process with the online application form completed accordingly. Application requests sent by email will not be accepted. As part of this online credential application, the assigning Editor/Producer will be contacted to provide verification of assignment on behalf of each individual attendee, stating a description of your outlet, the name of the journalist(s) assigned to attend and the scope of the coverage. Only actively covering, legitimate media will be considered for credentials. Market Researchers, Media Sales, Marketing/Advertising firms, Brand Content Producers, Public Relations Firms, etc. are not included in the SACC definition of legitimate media. If you fall into this category, but are a contributor to an outlet that meets our qualifications, you must be on assignment. San Antonio Cocktail Conference reserves the right to approve or deny accreditation. The decision made by SACC will be considered final and cannot be appealed.