Access to AHA/ASA Embargoed Media Materials: Registered Media log in here to access the Password Protected Newsroom. To request PPN access or embargoed emails, please apply below for Option 1 and/or 2.
NEED TO REGISTER?
Journalists must meet the following criteria to apply for one or both options:
- Reporters, writers, producers and editors with staff credentials from newspapers, magazines, online news services, wire services, radio or television networks and stations that produce daily or weekly health/medical / science news. Journalists with bylined news reports published on news wire services and media who produce materials for bi-monthly, monthly, or quarterly publications or programs will be considered on a case-by-case basis. This does not include hospital/university or other sites reporting their own news/press releases.
- Freelance writers with approved credentials (must provide three bylined articles/clip links written for media outlets within the past 6 months) and/or an assignment letter from an approved media outlet.
- Bloggers who provide daily or weekly coverage of health news.
- Editors of peer-reviewed medical journals who are reporting on news being presented at an AHA/ASA meeting.
- Editors, writers of newsletters created and distributed by universities and hospitals for the public/patient/student. This does not include hospitals/universities or other sites reporting only their own news/press materials.
Option 1: Access to password protected newsroom 24/7 with free access to AHA/ASA Journals.
Option 2: Access to AHA/ASA news materials pre-embargo via email distribution.
Questions, access issues, please contact Julie.email@example.com.
Who cannot register for access to embargoed media materials:
- Industry representatives and financial/industry analysts.
- Writers/editors or contributors for patient publications created and distributed by industry, such as pharmaceutical companies or device manufacturers.
- In-house and/or industry newsletters/magazines/websites supported by industry or publications supported by a retail chain store, such as a drug store.
- Staff from public relations firms, advertising agencies or production companies.
- Representatives of corporate, academic or hospital public relations / advertising/marketing/ media departments.
- Hospitals/universities or other online sites reporting only their own news/press materials.
- Publishers (who are not reporters) of peer-reviewed medical journals and other media outlets that cover health news.
- Bloggers who do not report daily or weekly on breaking health news.
- Wire or other online services offering syndicated or mass distribution of AHA embargoed media materials to journalists and non journalists.