AQHA Media Policy for Farnam AQHA World

AQHA Media Policy for Farnam AQHA World

Journalists, photographers and videographers must apply by October 30 for 2020 Farnam AQHA World Championship Show media credentials.

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All journalists/photographers/videographers covering an AQHA event must apply for media credentials. Anyone wanting media credentials for the 2020 Farnam AQHA World Championship Show must apply by October 30.

Requests for credentials must be made via the Credential Request Application on AQHA’s website or in writing on company letterhead by the commissioning general manager, editor, news director or sports director, and must include the names and titles of those needing credentials. If a request is made in writing on company letterhead, AQHA must subsequently receive a completed Credential Request Application verifying agreement to comply with this policy.

AQHA and The American Quarter Horse Journal reserve the first right to interview AQHA champions.

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all credentialed media must follow social-distancing procedures to help protect the health and safety of Farnam AQHA World attendees. Farnam AQHA World health protocols are available at www.aqha.com/aqha-world-show-health-protocols.

AQHA Periodical and Brochure Distribution Policy
AQHA prohibits the distribution of magazines, periodicals or brochures on the grounds at AQHA-produced shows unless they are an official communication tool for one of our corporate, event, affiliate or alliance partners.

Distribution of magazines, periodicals or brochures without written consent from show management is expressly forbidden. AQHA may request a copy of the magazine or brochure prior to granting permission. For inquiries, contact aqhajrnl@aqha.org

About the Farnam AQHA World
The Farnam AQHA World is the premier event in the equine industry and will be held in accordance with local, state and federal coronavirus mandates. View the Farnam AQHA World Health Protocols. The facility is not open to the general public during the show; however, exhibitors, trainers and their connections can still attend. The show features three weeks of exciting competition, educational opportunities and a bountiful trade show.

For more information, visit www.aqha.com/worldshow.AQHA News and information is a service of the American Quarter Horse Association. For more news and information, follow @AQHA on Twitter and visit www.aqha.com/news.