Notes on Media Accreditation
The following notes explain the Angling Spirit accreditation policy. Please ensure that you understand and accept the conditions detailed in the Media Application and policies set forth in this document.
Applications will only be considered for professional working personnel who fulfill the accreditation criteria of Angling Spirit. Applicants will be subject to a screening process and may be asked to submit clippings/examples of work.
1. The applicant must be known for regularly covering carp/predator/sea angling or local news.
2a. Newspapers, radio stations, international news agencies, websites (including a publication’s own site), and specialist angling magazines, must submit their requirements and show the name of their personnel on an official application form.
2b. Freelance journalists, photographers, and broadcasters must be accredited via a National newspaper, recognised agency, TV program, or angling magazine.
2c. Only professional photographers will be considered. A publication must be able to prove that the pictures published are the original work of the publication’s accredited photographer. Any other picture used must come from Angling Spirit complimentary Media Gallery or Angling Spirit Official Photographers Gallery and pay the standard commercial rate.
2d. Angling Spirit does not guarantee that all personnel requests will be satisfied.
2e. Media Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, and no later than, two weeks prior to the start of the event. No applications will be considered after this date.
2f. A photograph for each person on the application is required, and should be uploaded on the online form. Applications without a photograph will not be approved.
3. A ‘Media Application’ should be submitted for each type of accreditation you intend to apply for, namely:
1. Written Word
4. Video News