Support Journalism Fly-in Registration 2024

Support Journalism Fly-in 2024: Registration Form

Make your voice heard! Join your peers and colleagues in Washington, D.C. from September 10-11, 2024 for the Support Journalism Fly-in where you will have the opportunity to meet with Members of Congress and their staff to reinforce the need for legislation that would compensate news publishers for the use of our valuable content. We’ll also meet to discuss pressing topics affecting the industry including AI, free press, postal, privacy, and tax. To register, please complete the form below.

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If you’re attending on behalf of multiple publications, please list below each publication that you are willing to represent along with their city/state/zip. (Ex. Publication – City, State Zip). Alternatively, you can upload a list below.
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Event Details

Attendees with an interest in privacy, postal, and/or tax policy are invited to participate in meetings relevant to their specialty issue. Please select your issue area for inclusion in the relevant meetings.
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The Alliance is offering a travel stipend to those who are in need of financial assistance and wouldn’t be able to attend without it. For questions, please contact or write them in the text box. If you would like to apply for the travel stipend, please check the box below.
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Registration for the News/Media Alliance Support Journalism Fly-in constitutes an agreement by the registrant for the News/Media Alliance’s use and distribution of the registrant’s image in photographs taken during fly-in events.


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