INCHEON, Republic of Korea, Oct 3 – Following the press conference at 10.00 a.m. Korea time on Monday 8 October 2018 in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to present the Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 °C, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) officials and Special Report authors will be available for broadcast interviews.
The list of IPCC experts available for interview and arrangements for requesting interviews can be found here.
Please note that only interviews arranged via this process will be considered as confirmed. Any arrangements made directly with IPCC experts may be subject to cancelation.
Broadcasters can use the services of International Media Services Inc. (http://www.internationalmediaservices.com) for play-out and live broadcasts at the Songdo Convensia Convention Center in Incheon.
International Media Services Inc. will be present at the location of the IPCC meeting. They will offer the following:
- Standup position HD (1080i 59.94)
- Play-out facilities HD/SD (Broadcaster must supply deck outputting HD/SDI w/ embedded audio / 2 channels)
- HD camera crew available upon request
- Studio facilities
Broadcasters should agree to the use of these facilities with International Media Services Inc. directly; the IPCC is not providing these facilities itself. International Media Services Inc. has indicated the following charges:
- LIVE Shot HD 15 min US$800 – including live crew and live camera
- TAPE Feed HD 10min US$600 – Play-out ex client play-out machine or camera with HD/SDI audio embedded output
Prices above include delivery to the Los Angeles Switch in Los Angeles, California. Broadcasters must book cross connect and final delivery to their MCR, NOC, or Network via the Los Angeles Switch (+1 310 287 3800).
For more information and booking please contact International Media Services Inc. planning: Phone: +1 310 586 9743 or +1 310 463 5504 Email: email@example.com
The IPCC is putting together B-roll clips from the meeting. These are available for download on Pcloud. More B-roll, graphics and interview clips from scientists and delegates will be added after the press conference.
Information about registering to attend the press conference or to access embargoed material can be found here.For more information, contact:
IPCC Press Office, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Werani Zabula +41 79 108 3157 or Nina Peeva +41 79 516 7068