MIPCOM Press Registration

Cover MIPCOM as a journalist

  • Thank you for your interest in applying for press accreditation. Each year, MIPCOM welcomes journalists from across the world to cover the whole event free of charge. Find out how to register.

    Registered journalists can access the entire exhibition floor, the complete conference programme and a fully-equipped editorial room.

    The press department does its best to accommodate all requests, while recognising the need to balance international, national, local, trade and general media, as well as the pertinence of the media for our clients.

    Press Registration is now closed. For any questions, please contact Audrey Keita.

  • Registration conditions

    Read these carefully before continuing.

    • You must be a full-time journalist.
    • Send the required press credentials (listed below) to our press accreditation service via the Press Registration Form. The press accreditation team may ask for additional information.
    • Press accreditation at previous MIPCOM/MIPTV does not guarantee automatic renewal.
    • Non-editorial staff (e.g. advertising, sales, marketing, PR, publishers, ...) must register as a visitor.
    • Reed MIDEM reserves the right to refuse accreditation.
    • No press accreditation is accepted directly onsite.

    Press accreditation: Step by step

    • Fill in the Press Registration Form.
    • For print media: If you are attending for the first time, supply your request by post only (Reed MIDEM, 27 Quai Alphonse Le Gallo, 92513 Boulogne-Billancourt, France) with a hard copy of the publication and all required credentials.
    • Within a week, you will receive an email confirming your press registration. We will contact you by email or phone if your accreditation has been refused or if we require additional information.
    • Two weeks before the event, you will receive an ID card via email to facilitate onsite badge collection. This document is not compulsory to obtain your badge onsite.
    • Your official badge can be collected onsite only at the press registration desk upon presentation of an official ID.
  • Register as a

    Journalist / freelance / Online Journalist* / Blogger*

    Writing/ blogging must be your main professional activity



    Each crew member must register separately.

    • Your press registration form

    • A commissioning letter from your editor in chief or a link to a current page of your media where your name and title appear in the editorial team.

    • A letter of the broadcaster letterhead confirming when and on which programme the report will be broadcast.

    • A copy of your press card.

    • A recent by-lined article (less than 1 month old for online articles, less than 6 months old for printed press)

    • A DVD or an internet link to the programme’s most recent broadcast.

  • Please note

    *Online media and blogs must meet the following criteria:

    • Online media must post original and dated news at least once per week.
    • Personal website or blog (fan sites,…) do not qualify for press registration.
    • Blogs must be well established and show an acceptable level of interactivity and comment.
    • Sponsored blogs or company blogs do not qualify for press registration.

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