Press

Welcome to the re:publica Press Area

You will find all the information you need on the conferences, such as press releases or selected press photos. For interview requests regarding the re:publica organisers and curators, get in touch with the press team at: presse(at) re-publica.de.

See Our FAQ for the Most Important Questions:

How can I apply for a press accreditation?
If you are interested in an accreditations for re:publica Dublin or Thessaloniki, please contact: presse(at)republica.de.

When does accreditation end?
Journalists can register for re:publica Dublin until 4 September 2017 at 23:55 and for re:publica Thessaloniki until until 9 September 2017 at 23:55. Registering after the conference has already begun will only be possible in select cases. Please mind, you are accredited as press for #rpDUB or #rpTHE only when you received our confirmation via email.

What do I need for accreditation?
We don’t require a press badge, but value quality reporting. Each request is examined individually. A large number of re:publica’s participants is active in journalism, so, sadly we can’t guarantee everyone will receive accreditation. 

Are there reduced journalism student tickets?
Journalism and Media School students and trainees can apply for a reduced ticket on the ticket website. You will have to present evidence of your media student status upon entry.

Where can I find logos, press images, audio and video footage and more?
Videos and audio podcasts of all talks and presentations, high-resolution press images and much more is available for download. See our list here. All photos are under a Creative Commons license and can be used freely as long as the photographer is attributed. Logos are available for download over here. If you are looking for more general info, see our About site as well as a neat infographic here.

What does the Creative Commons license mean for press photos?
A photo published under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA License may certainly be used for current reporting about the conference. But the name of the photographer and the according license must both be mentioned, for example like this: "Photo: re:publica/Gregor Fischer (CC BY-SA 2.0)". In addition, you have to link to the license. That is important. 

Looking for something particular? Use our tag system!
Looking for all available info on one of our topics? Use our tag system for guidance! For example, find more on #rp17, #rpTHE#rpDUB#rpTEN, our re:view series, more on Speaker, Tracks or our fabulous #rpReview posts on the last nine re:publica years by simply clicking on the tags.

Our press releases available for download: