MCM2010 › OECD Week 2010: Practical information for journalists
In the context of OECD Week, journalists wishing to register for the OECD Forum and Ministerial meeting should send their name, medium, employer and national press number to email@example.com. A valid press card will be required on arrival at the OECD Conference Centre.
News conferences and briefings
» Forum sessions
They will be open to journalists. Consult the Forum programme.
» Press briefings with Forum speakers
They normally take place in the Media Centre (CC1) immediately after their panels unless otherwise scheduled.
» National media briefings.
As soon as they are organised and confirmed, details will be posted below.
Tuesday 25 May
Wednesday 26 May
Thursday 27 May
Friday 28 May
This schedule will be updated on an ongoing basis.
Last updated on May 28, 2010
Journalists will have access at all times to the Media Centre in the OECD Conference Centre and to the main hall of the OECD Conference Centre. Relevant documents will be available there as well as laptop plug-ins.
WiFi Internet access
The OECD TV, radio and videoconference studios will be available to all broadcast journalists on a first come, first served basis. This includes cameras, editing facilities, ISDN lines and the necessary technicians. These facilities are available free of charge (» More about the media facilities).
Mobile phone coverage
2G and 3G mobile phone coverage via the network operator SFR Vodafone is available in the OECD Conference Centre, other operators are less well covered.
Please include the OECD Forum logo in any articles, blogs, websites, videos or other media you publish.
Please include the OECD Forum logo
in any articles, blogs, websites, videos or other media you publish.