For those members of the media who wish to cover ACC-16, they may:
These will all be available from the Anglican Communion website.
Phone numbers for members of the ACC Media Team will be provided to registered media for any inquiries during the meeting.
NB: There is regrettably no WIFI in the Cathedral. Media are therefore advised to provide other alternatives, e.g. a wireless internet USB adapter fitted with a local SIM card
Media registration is reserved for members of bona fide  media companies: print, photo, radio, TV, film, news agencies, and online media  and to those employed as a communicator or journalist by a member church of the Anglican Communion. Anyone registering must:
Complete the registration process by:
Sending a scan of your passport photo page/national ID card
A scan of a valid media identification issued by a recognised media association or organisation
A scan or a photocopy of a commissioning letter from an editor from a recognised media organisation
to email@example.com or 16 Tavistock Crescent, Westbourne Park, London, W11 1AP, UK.
Further information regarding ACC-16 should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Please note: There will be no audio or video streaming of the plenary sessions, and none will be permitted
2. Note on bona fide media organisation: The Anglican Communion Office must be satisfied that the individuals applying for accreditation are bona fide media professionals and represent bona fide media organisations. The ACO reserves the right to request proof of a track record of reporting for media organisations on the Anglican Communion. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and the decisions of the Anglican Communion Office are final. The Anglican Communion Office reserves the right to deny or withdraw accreditation of journalists from media organisations who abuse the privileges so extended or put the accreditation to improper use.
3. Online media must also meet the following requirements: