Special London Media Centre to Open 1 July - 10 September 2012

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 22 February 2012

During the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, media from across the world are being invited to register at the London Media Centre (LMC) a working media centre for all national and international press who are not accredited at the official LOCOG press centre.

Based in central London, the LMC will be open to all press (both print and broadcast) interested in reporting the wider story taking place across London and the UK during the period of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

By registering, media will get access to a working press room, edit facilities, outside broadcast positions and content programmes both in London and around the UK.

The content will include everything from accessing celebrities and spokespeople, attractions, guided tours, hospitality and more.

Once registered, the LMC pass will act as a discount card and filming permit for designated areas outlined in the broadcast guide and will be active between 1st July 2012 and 10th September 2012.

The LMC will operate from 9 July until 14 August 2012 for the Olympic Games period. Following a reconfiguration, the venue will re-open from 27 August until 10 September 2012 for the Paralympic Games period. Basic opening hours will be 8am until midnight each day.

To benefit from the London Media Centre, all press must register for a place.

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