Special Features for the Press

Print, broadcast, and online journalists will be exposed to a rich assortment of spot news and feature possibilities.
 

Why Apply for Press Credentials

  • Receive embargoed press releases on select scientific presentations.
  • Access nearly 11,000 live presentations about new research in chemistry.
  • Searchable online program to easily find talks of interest.
  • View select presentations on demand from Aug. 26 to Sept. 9.  

How to Register as Press

ACS provides complimentary registration to ACS Fall 2022 for reporters (staff and freelance) and public information officers from government, non-profits and educational institutions. Complete this form to request press credentials. All others must register via the main meeting registration page. 

On-Site Press Center 

ACS has an on-site press center to support journalists covering ACS Fall 2022. Location details will be available closer to the meeting dates. Reporters who need assistance, whether they are on-site or participating remotely, should contact newsroom@acs.org.

Location: McCormick Place Convention Center, W471b
Phone: 312-949-8609
Hours of Operation:
Sunday, Aug. 21 – Tuesday, Aug. 23: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday, Aug. 24: 8:00 a.m. – noon CT

Remote Access

During the meeting, media briefings on select scientific presentations will be posted on the ACS Fall 2022 YouTube channel, and press releases on these topics will be posted on the ACS News Room page when the embargoes lift. Reporters who need assistance from a remote location should contact newsroom@acs.org.

ACS Fall 2022 YouTube Channel

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Need a source for a story? ACS Experts can help. This group of chemists and chemical engineers is ready to provide reliable, in-depth analysis and respond to inquiries from reporters on a wide range of topics in the news.

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