InfoComm is the largest technology exhibition and conference in North America focused on the pro-AV industry, with more than 1,000 exhibitors and 46,000 attendees from 110 countries.
Press passes for InfoComm offer you the opportunity to cover all aspects of the pro-AV industry, including audio, video, unified communications and collaboration, control, digital signage, home automation, security, and live events, plus AVIXA’s education program.
Qualified members of the press can register for an InfoComm press pass. Your registration will be reviewed by AVIXA staff to ensure that only members of the press are granted press passes.
Press Pass Requirements
InfoComm is open to full and part-time journalists, photographers, editors, bloggers, broadcasters, analysts, and authors with an assignment to cover the InfoComm show and/or AVIXA member companies.
Only reporters covering the pro-AV industry or related industries, trade shows, or business are eligible for press passes.
Publishers, advertising and sales representatives, and other non-editorial staff must register through general registration and are not eligible for press credentials.
Non-transferable press credentials can be picked up on-site beginning Monday, June 15, with photo ID in room N-243. All press will have access to the InfoComm press room, all InfoComm show exhibits and education, plus a variety of networking events.
Photography and Videography Policies at InfoComm
AVIXA Harassment Statement
This statement applies to speakers, staff, volunteers, guests, members, contractors, exhibitors, government, press and attendees.
AVIXA, the owner of InfoComm, is committed to providing a professional environment free from physical, psychological, and verbal harassment. AVIXA will not tolerate harassment of any kind, including but not limited to harassment based on ethnicity, religion, disability, physical appearance, gender, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all participants and attendees at AVIXA conferences, meetings, and events. Harassment includes offensive gestures and verbal comments, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, inappropriate photography and recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome attention. Participants requested to cease harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately, and failure will serve as grounds for revoking access to the AVIXA event.
Attendees, speakers, staff, volunteers, guests, members, and contractors are encouraged, but not required, to inform the harasser that their conduct is unwelcome. Regardless of whether the harasser is directly confronted, speakers, staff, volunteers, guests, members, contractors, and attendees must promptly report the conduct to AVIXA event management or any on-site AVIXA management, to enable AVIXA to investigate and address the conduct. AVIXA staff will help participants contact convention center/hotel/venue security or local law enforcement, and otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to enable them to feel safe for the duration of the event.
When notified of individuals engaging in harassing behavior, AVIXA may take any action they deem appropriate, ranging from a simple warning to expulsion from the current and/or future AVIXA meetings, conferences and, events. Decisions to ban individuals from future AVIXA events is in the sole discretion of AVIXA.
Your Privacy Is Important to Us
AVIXA will not provide your contact information, including your email address, mailing address, and/or phone number for internal use or to exhibitors or other InfoComm 2020 partners for marketing purposes. However, as part of our on-going commitment to our exhibitor community, your name, publication, and email address will be made available as part of our InfoComm 2020 press list and accessible to exhibitors upon request for the sole purpose of alerting you to press releases, product announcements, or other important press communications.
For questions regarding press policies at InfoComm 2020, please contact: