Media accreditation passes will be available for collection from the date and location nominated in individual applications (venue or press conference). This will be 11 August 2012 at selected venues.
If you have any queries, please contact ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 Media Manager Stephen Gray or Kate Hutchinson.
By taking possession of a media accreditation for the event, media is accepting, in full, the media terms and conditions for the event. A copy of these are available here.
Procedure for lost/stolen/forgotten accreditation passes
The venue manager will hold a stock of generic passes that can be provided to the individual/a representative of the media who has lost, forgotten or had stolen his or her accreditation. The individual’s details will be logged, and the new pass will only be valid for one day only.
Media contact point
For all event enquiries, the media contact point is the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 Media Manager, Stephen Gray or Kate Hutchinson.
For ICC-related enquiries, the media contact point is the ICC Media Manager, Sami Ul Hasan.
Journalists are advised to approach the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 Media Manager for operational and logistical matters.
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 Media Manager
Name: Stephen Gray
Mobile: +61 (0) 418 885 899
Name: Kate Hutchinson
Mobile: +61 (0) 450 525 289
ICC Media Manager
Name: Sami Ul Hasan
Mobile: + 97 1 (0) 50 452 8662
The media facilities in the press boxes at all official match venues will include wi-fi, desk seating and extension cables.
Photographers and other journalists should note that any cameras or are the responsibility of the individual. ICC and tournament staff cannot take responsibility for any equipment misplaced, damaged, lost or stolen.
Code of conduct
Please note that all accredited media is required to agree to the Code of Conduct for the tournament, as well as the tournament Terms and Conditions.
Out of bounds
At no time should any photographer or journalist walk onto the playing area, unless stewarded for presentation photographs.
Any further areas at particular venues that are classified as out of bounds will be outlined prior to the matches.
Non-Rights-Holders’ TV – Non Match Days
Non-rights-holders may film up to 20 minutes of footage from a designated area and shall not involve coverage on an extended live basis.
Non-Rights-Holders’ TV – Match Days
Non rights holders are not permitted to film at any of the venues, however, ICC will make 90 seconds of footage available via ICC’s News Access Licensee for the Event.
A copy of the event media guide is available here
ACCREDITATION T & C
A copy of the event accreditation terms and conditions are available here
To download a copy of the event logo please click here