Media accreditation process for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
For accreditation, to attend the ICC World Cup 2019 the members of the media can now register and here is the detail of Media Terms and Condition.
This is a two-stage online process that is only for the written press, photographers and non-rights holding TV and radio broadcasters. There are limited spaces in the media working areas and that’s why only journalists and photographers who have covered previous ICC events will be accredited for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
How to register?
In the first phase, which will run until 17h00 Dubai time on 14th January 2019, the media will be required to register for accreditation.
In the process, the media will need to upload the following documents and the ICC strongly advises applicants to have these prepared in soft copy.
- A color headshot photograph with a plain background (like a passport photo) – jpeg file
- Letter of approval from your editor (pdf or jpeg file)
The second phase:
In the second phase, which will run from 1st to 28thFebruary 2019, the successful applicants will be requested to reconsider their accreditation portal to select matches they plan to cover.
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Directions for the selection of matches:
While selecting matches, the media is advised to keep following directions in mind:
On a match day, tournament pass of the media doesn’t guarantee a space in the media working area. For each match, there will be a match-day accreditation list prepared by the ICC.
In the list, meaning preference will be given to:
- International news agencies
- News agencies from competing countries
- National daily newspapers from competing countries
- National daily newspapers from the host country
For each match, there will be a quota: three reporters and three photographers from international news agencies, two reporters and two photographers from national news agencies and national daily newspapers from competing countries and also the host country.
Match notifications for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Match notifications for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will begin in March 2019 and will be published on the online portal.
Media persons will be able to log into their account and see the matches for which you have been allocated a seat in the press box, or a photo position.
To avoid any misunderstandings or inconvenience, the media is strongly advised to carefully read the Media Terms and Conditions, and also refer to the FAQs document.
The UK Home Office
UK Home Office has suggested to the media intending to travel for coverage purposes to apply for a visa as soon as possible.
Media requiring visa letters are advised to contactMedia Operations Manager, Nicole Reynolds, at [email protected].
The ICC reserves the right to approve/reject/request further information on all applications without providing reasons for doing so.