A Letter of Accreditation from the European Press Agency (EUPA) is a supplementary document to the Press Pass, Press Card and Press Vehicle ID included in our VIP Press Kit that can make your job even easier. It identifies you as a EUPA member, provides proof of your association with our agency and states the focus of your reporting, guaranteeing unhindered practice of your journalistic work.
In some cases, it may be required in order for you to pursue your work.
A letter of accreditation allows event organizers and agencies to verify your status as a member of a media organization, which is helpful when you seek access to private areas and press conferences or want to take photographs at special events. However, don’t forget that every organizer can make use of the house rules and decide which media representatives to let in.
Each EUPA member will receive one free letter of accreditation, which specifies the journalistic area of focus, or beat, of the member. You cannot select multiple beats at a time. If you need additional letters, you may request them at any time for a small additional fee.