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Register now for the 2014 International CES, the world's largest annual innovation event.

Your media or industry analyst badge gives you access to CES Unveiled Las Vegas, Press Day, all exhibits, TechZones, and keynotes. And the option to select from over 200 no nonsense, content-rich conference sessions.

See details below on credential requirements and how to register. Media and Industry Analysts are strongly encouraged to preregister. Media and industry analysts that register and/or are qualified onsite will not get lunch coupons or a press bag.

If you are not a credentialed journalist or industry analyst, please go here to register as a general attendee.

Media and Industry Analyst Credentials

To complete your registration, submit one or more of the credentials listed below. Your media or industry analyst registration will not be processed without credentials. We may request additional verification (i.e., a media kit with ad rates and specifications or a paystub).

Print Media

  • Masthead from a current issue of a consumer technology focused publication listing you as an editorial contributor,
  • A consumer technology focused article published within the past three months with your byline

Broadcast Media

  • A letter from the editor/producer on station/network letterhead or from a company email address that states you are covering CES on assignment.
  • Press photo ID from your media outlet
  • Business card from your media outlet reflecting your editorial role

YouTube, Facebook, Twitter sites, personal blogs, forums, communities and users groups will not be considered for media accreditation.

Online Media

  • Masthead from a current issue of a consumer technology focused publication listing you as an editorial contributor
  • a consumer technology focused article published within the past three months with your byline

  • YouTube, FaceBook, Twitter sites, personal blogs, communities, forums and user groups will not be considered for media accreditation.

    Online media must also provide a recent monthly traffic report from an external demographic tool, like Google Analytics, verifying the site or blog gets 1,000 or more unique monthly visitors (UMVs). The Web publication must be a previously established, independent site that is regularly updated with original and current consumer technology focused news.

Freelancers & Video Production Companies

  • A letter from the editor/producer on station/network letterhead that states you are covering CES on assignment and a consumer technology industry article published within the past three months with your byline as proof of regular freelance journalism activity (published/broadcasted within the past four months.)

Industry Analysts

  • Copy of or URL to a consumer technology focused article published within the past six months with your byline
  • Copy of or URL to a consumer technology focused article published within the past six months quoting you as an industry analyst
  • Cover of a market research report on consumer technology from the past six months listing you as a contributor with your name, title and company name. Reports must be made independently and not solicited by exhibiting companies

The International CES reserves the right to deny an applicant a media or industry analyst badge if sufficient credentials are not provided.

Accreditation will NOT be granted to:
  • Publishers, general managers, account representatives, sales executives, engineers, public relations reps, etc.
  • Anyone whose principal purpose for attending CEA events is, in our judgment, for reasons other than covering them as working news media

Media accreditation is reserved for working members of the media only. This includes editors, reporters, producers, camera crews, still photographers and industry analysts.

We reserve the right to modify this policy without public notice and to revoke previously issued CES accreditation/registration at any time.

A history of being registered at previous CEA events does not guarantee approval or waive the accreditation requirement. Misconduct or misrepresentation of position and/or publication/news organization will bar you and your organization from all future CEA events.

Please note: You must allow 30 days for credentials to be reviewed. If you submit credentials after December 5, be prepared to show them onsite.