There are usually about 80-100 journalists attending WWW on-site and of course many more covering from a distance. These include traditional media including papers, magazines, TV, radio, trade media and new media with online portals, blogs, twitter etc., usually from all regions. As for the specific news organizations they are too many to mention all but often include AP, AFP, BBC, CNN, Al Jazeera, ARD, SVT, Bloomberg , Guardian, Thomson Reuters, Xinhua, National Geographic and of course many local papers and radio stations.
Due to Swedish law, contact information for registered media will not be made available. All registered participants – including media – are encouraged to use the official World Water Week App, through which contact can be made.
Great that you are planning to be active on Twitter. The official twitter hashtag for WWW is: #wwweek. We cannot guarantee retweets, in general our rule is that we do not retweet any event information but can retweet content if it is line with SIWI’s objectives.
Certain press services are included for convenors – for instance dissemination of press releases. If you are not a convenor we can certainly keep printed copies in the on-site press.
Yes they will need a guest pass. It is best if they register beforehand to avoid any delays onsite. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a guest pass.