Applying for Media Credentials
The credential application will be available in the fall.
Belk Bowl Credential Policy
The Belk Bowl credential policy is designed to best allocate credentials in order to maximize coverage in a safe, professional working environment. Unfortunately, it is not possible to accommodate all requests.
Credential requests are considered only for authorized full-time, salaried representatives.
All unaffiliated freelance journalist/photographers must have an assignment editor from an established media outlet apply for them to be considered.
Subject to limitations of space, credentials will be assigned to accredited media in accordance with the following general priorities:
• Media outlets which have covered ALL games of a participating team.
• Media outlets which have covered all HOME games of a participating team.
• Media outlets at the game site which regularly cover the Belk Bowl on a year-round basis.
• Media outlets that have covered the Belk Bowl nationally on a year-round basis.
Any person or entity who wishes to use any name, trademark, tradename, logo, symbol or any other intellectual property right of the Belk Bowl must first obtain the prior written consent of the Belk Bowl to any such use.
The Belk Bowl and its affiliates do not allow any unauthorized use of any such property rights and do not grant permission for any unauthorized use of any such property rights. For more information or if you have any questions regarding this or any other usage issue, please contact Will Pitts at email@example.com.
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