The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases provides credentialed media with complimentary press registration. Below is information on eligibility and the credentialing process.
Journalists, and contributing freelancers, employed by a recognized news organization are eligible to apply for press registration. To be eligible for press registration, media in all categories must be directly involved in the creation of news content for organizations that meet these criteria:
Bloggers will receive press credentials on a case-by-case basis. Please include a link to recent liver disease, hepatology or healthcare science coverage with your registration for credentials. Finally, all blogs must demonstrate the dissemination of original, editorial news coverage and editorial freedom from advertisers and/or sponsors (single-sponsored blogs will not receive credentials; blogs with advertising must have multiple advertisers clearly identified).
Photographers, videographers, and/or other members of the multimedia team accompanying credentialed news outlets may register as media and provide a link to recent coverage from their team. Further credentialing may be required during the approval process.
NOTE: AASLD has the right to inspect the credentials of anyone registering as media and reserves the right to deny media registration to anyone who does not meet the above guidelines. AASLD also has the right to limit the number of media registrants from any one media outlet to ensure ample space for all media.
The following individuals are not eligible for press registration or access to the Newsroom:
NOTE: AASLD prohibits the development of CME content based on information presented at its meetings. CME writers and editors, and those writers and editors working on behalf of organizations that have written CME based on AASLD meetings, are not eligible for press passes.
Television and video crews are required to check in immediately with AASLD staff each day.
Television and video crews must be wearing press badges. Shooting schedules must be provided to AASLD staff in advance of the meeting.
Permission of the speaker and moderator must be obtained by the journalist before recording or photographing presentations. Artificial light and flash photography cannot be used during presentations. Handheld audio recorders and still cameras are acceptable, assuming that intellectual property copyrights are respected.
Under no circumstances may presentations be rebroadcasted.
Any images from the meeting should be credited to: 2018 AASLD Single Topic Conference, Hepatic Fibrosis: New Concepts and Controversies
Use of Insignias and Logos
Insignias and logos of the AASLD, this meeting or AASLD Foundation are proprietary marks. Use of these in any fashion, by any entity, for any purpose, is prohibited without the written permission of AASLD. The use of insignias, logos and images that mislead the intended audience to believe that a piece or production is coming from the AASLD is strictly prohibited and will result in the denial of press credentials for future meetings.
Dedicated Websites and Newsletters
If you intend to present coverage of this meeting in a dedicated website or newsletter, please include the following disclaimer at the top of your piece: This information is brought to you by [insert organization name] and is not sponsored by, nor a part of, the Association for the Study of Liver Diseases or 2018 AASLD Single Topic Conference, Hepatic Fibrosis: New Concepts and Controversies. Additionally, you may not use the AASLD’s logo or name to imply affiliation.
AASLD reserves the right to request promotional activities violating this policy be edited or removed. Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in loss of press credentials for future meetings.
Applying for Press Credentials
Requests for press credentials should be sent to email@example.com and must be sent by Friday, September 7, 2018. Onsite press registration cannot be accommodated. When sending your request for credentials, include two of the following: