Media Accreditation demonstrates to venue staff and event stakeholders that you are a legitimate member of the media covering the event. In addition, accreditation is a means of identification for attendance at particular events and allows access to some restricted areas.
Media Passes are not transferable. A separate application must be lodged for each person seeking media accreditation.
Media personnel are reminded that unpaid entry on any show day will only be permitted on presentation of your official Media Pass to venue security staff.
A media accreditation application will only be eligible for consideration if the applicant has been endorsed by his/her manager.
The applicant hereby agrees to adhere in full to the following:
- To conduct themselves accordingly regarding behaviour, common courtesy and timeliness.
- To adhere to all venue and show management directives, safety regulations and protocols.
- To respect exhibitors’ time and not compromise their interactions with customers.
- To respect event attendees, and to not inconvenience or obstruct them if at all possible.
- To respect exhibitors’ instructions with regards to photography and videography of their vehicles, components, technology, etc.
- To provide a copy of the final story, material, copy of the video/magazine/article/website coverage for the show organisers records and further use as required.
- To provide fair and unbiased reporting regarding activities taking place before, during, and following the event.
- Not to partake in any form of promotional activity for your media while a guest at the event, unless authorised in writing prior to such activity by the Brisbane Truck Show media representative or the CEO of the HVIA.
- Not hold liable the HVIA or show exhibitors for any loss, theft, and/or damage to property/equipment/apparel resulting from your attendance to the show.
- To indemnify the HVIA against any personal injury and to ensure that in attending the event as an official media representative, you are covered by your employers ‘Workers Compensation Policy’, or ‘Accident Insurance’ if self-employed, as if this venue and show were your normal place of work.