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Rilasciate le prime linee guida relative alle modalità di accesso dei media durante la 77esima Settimana di Alto Livello (High Level Week) dell’Assemblea Generale dell’ONU - UNGA

Data:

05/08/2022


Rilasciate le prime linee guida relative alle modalità di accesso dei media durante la 77esima Settimana di Alto Livello (High Level Week) dell’Assemblea Generale dell’ONU - UNGA

Rilasciate le prime linee guida relative alle modalità di accesso dei media durante la 77esima Settimana di Alto Livello (High Level Week) dell’Assemblea Generale dell’ONU - UNGA dal 19 al 26 settembre prossimi.

Di seguito le informazioni :

 

  • MEDIA ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS AND SERVICES

In order to decrease the footprint and number of people at the United Nations Headquarters complex, physical access will be limited to United Nations accredited media representatives who have long-term United Nations grounds passes, including those with an office at the United Nations Headquarters building, and to the media representatives accompanying delegations, including official photographers and videographers.

Live video feeds and downloadable files and photographs will be available from the Department of Global Communications (see the section entitled “United Nations audiovisual materials” below and the media resource guide, available at https://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/pdf/eRegistration_guide_media_passes.pdf).

Members of the media can request documents, statements and press releases from the Media Documents Centre by emailing mdc@un.org.

A list of in-person and online meetings, briefings and other events open to the media will be posted daily at www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/alert.shtml.

Information relevant to the media during the high-level period will be available at www.un.org/malu. For any questions, contact the Media Accreditation and Liaison Unit by emailing malu@un.org or calling 212 963 6934.

 

  • UNITED NATIONS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS

Photographs in digital format (JPG) will be available for download free of charge on the United Nations photo website (https://dam.media.un.org). Photo enquiries and requests should be addressed to the United Nations Photo Library (email: photolibrary@un.org).

Digital files of speeches delivered during the general debate can be downloaded from the United Nations Audiovisual Library website (www.unmultimedia.org/avlibrary) in MPEG-4 (H.264) format free of charge. Delegations may request high-resolution broadcast-quality video files, such as MOV files, through the Audiovisual Library (email: avlibrary@un.org). Delegations may also request digital copies of other meetings through the Audiovisual Library, subject to availability. All requests will be serviced in the order in which they are received.

Audio files of speeches in digital format (MP3) will also be available for download free of charge from the United Nations Audiovisual Library website. Audio enquiries and requests should also be addressed to the United Nations Audiovisual Library.

Live television feeds will be available through commercial carriers (see www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/pdf/UNTV_Transmission_Guide.pdf). For more information, contact Ingrid Kasper (telephone: 212 963 0128; email: kasper@un.org) or Cesar Martin Redi (telephone: 917 367 9231; mobile: 914 393 1072; email: redi@un.org) at United Nations Television.

Only pool television production services will be available from United Nations Television. Broadcasters interested in gaining access to United Nations Television live coverage of the high-level meetings and the general debate should contact Ingrid Kasper or Cesar Martin Redi.

The United Nations webcast service will provide daily live and on-demand streaming coverage of the high-level meetings and the general debate through the following platforms:

- United Nations Web TV website (https://media.un.org/en/webtv/) – live in all six official languages, plus the original language of the speaker

- United Nations channel on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/unitednations) – in English

- Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/UNWebTV) – in English

- Twitter (https://twitter.com/UNWebTV) – in English

Video recordings of each speaker at the general debate will be posted in all six official languages and in the original language of the speaker on the United Nations Web TV website for on-demand access. Additional webcast coverage will include press conferences, media stake-outs and other meetings and events. Queries about webcast coverage should be directed to the United Nations webcast service (telephone: 212 963 6733; email: damianou@un.org or justin@un.org).

 

  • INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA

The United Nations website (www.un.org) will provide, through a dedicated portal web page (http://gadebate.un.org), links to live and on-demand coverage of the high-level meetings of the General Assembly. Any queries about the web page should be directed to Peter Dawkins, Chief of the Web Services Section (telephone: 917 769 1318; email: dawkins@un.org).

The Meetings Coverage Section, through its portal websites (English: www.un.org/press/en; and French: www.un.org/press/fr), will provide coverage of the General Assembly plenary and high-level meetings in both English and French. Copies of press releases will also be available on demand, from the Media Documents Centre.

The United Nations News website (https://news.un.org/en/) serves as the main portal for United Nations news and will be continuously updated in the six official languages, as well as Hindi, Kiswahili and Portuguese. It will provide a wide array of links to source materials, including press releases, selected reports and statements of the Secretary-General and the President of the General Assembly. A feed will provide up-to-date news about the work of the General Assembly in all official languages. Readers can also subscribe to a free email news alert service that will deliver stories on the latest United Nations developments straight to their mailboxes or desktops. Daily updates will continue to be provided through the United Nations News social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter and YouTube).

Two free smartphone applications are available to enable delegations and the media to follow the proceedings on their mobile phones. The United Nations News Reader app (for Android and iOS devices in the six official languages, as well as Hindi, Kiswahili and Portuguese) provides constantly updated multimedia stories from the United Nations News platforms. Users of the app can also watch meetings live and link to the daily press briefing of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, as well as receive news alerts. United Nations Audio Channels (for iOS and Android devices in the six official languages, as well as Kiswahili and Portuguese) provide selected audio from the General Assembly Hall and the Security Council Chamber, in addition to United Nations News audio programmes in eight languages – the six official languages and Kiswahili and Portuguese. For any urgent matters related to United Nations News, please contact Victor Evans-Harvey (evans-harvey@un.org).

Regular social media updates will be posted to the flagship accounts managed by the Department of Global Communications, which are listed at www.un.org/social. Heads of delegations and influencers will be invited to participate online in General Assembly social media activities. Member States are also encouraged to post social media updates using the hashtag #UNGA. Questions about social media coverage may be directed to the Social Media Section (telephone: 646 708 3312; email: scaddan@un.org).

 

  • BRIEFINGS AND PRESS CONFERENCES

Daily briefings for the media will be given by the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General at noon in room S-0237. Press conferences by senior United Nations officials, delegations and the permanent missions will be held in the same room, unless otherwise indicated. These arrangements may be altered depending on public health issues. The list of press conferences will be announced daily by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General. It will also be available on the website of the Media Accreditation and Liaison Unit (www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/alert.shtml) and on Twitter (@UNMediaLiaison).

Delegations can book press conferences by calling the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General (telephone: 212 963 7707, 212 963 7160 or 212 963 7161).

Briefings and press conferences are open only to members of the media.

 


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