The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board (EB) will meet at the Lausanne Palace Hotel on 9 and 10 July 2017. The 2024 Candidate City Briefing for IOC Members will take place at the SwissTech Convention Center, on 11 and 12 July 2017.
The purpose of this briefing is to give both 2024 Candidate Cities – Los Angeles (USA) and Paris (France) the opportunity to present their proposals directly to IOC Members and International Federations, and offer any response to the Evaluation Commission report, prior to the 2024 host city election that will take place on 13 September during the 130th IOC Session in Lima, Peru.
Please note that the briefings made by the Candidate Cities to the IOC members on 11 July at the SwissTech Convention Center will be closed to the media. However, photos and video footage of each delegation inside the room before they start their respective presentations will be made available (see details below). A mixed zone will be established at the exit to the room where media will be able to interview delegates after their presentation.
On 12 July, each City will have a separate room in the SwissTech Convention Center, where it can display models, show bid videos, answer questions, etc. In the morning, IOC Members will visit each City’s presentation room from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The rooms will then be open to the media from 2 p.m.
The same accreditation will enable you to access all venues. Please note that accreditations will be processed on the IOC website, and the deadline for registration is Monday 12 June.
If you have already registered for previous meetings, please access your profile using your email address and tick the box for the July 2017 EB and 2024 Briefing for IOC Members.
For journalists who have not yet registered, please follow the instructions provided.
Click here to access the media accreditation system.
Should you have any issues when registering, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Accreditation cards will be distributed upon your arrival at the Lausanne Palace during the Executive Board meeting on 9 and 10 July. You can also collect them on 11 July at the SwissTech Convention Center.
The Lausanne Palace Hotel
Rue du Grand-Chêne 7, 1003 Lausanne, Switzerland
The SwissTech Convention Center
Route Louis-Favre 2, 1024 Ecublens, Switzerland
Media working rooms equipped with free wireless internet access will be available in both venues, and the opening hours are:
9 July from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
10 July from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
SwissTech Convention Center
11 July from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
12 July from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Media catering will be provided to cover lunches and coffee breaks.
Media representatives are requested to make their own arrangements.
Broadcast coverage of the 2024 Candidate City Briefing for IOC Members:
The 2024 Candidate City Briefing for IOC Members on 11 July at the SwissTech Convention Centerwill be closed to the media. There will be no CATV feed.
An ENG crew will pool raw video footage of the delegations entering the room and taking the podium before they start their respective presentations (approx. 30 seconds), and this will be made available in the media workroom at no charge (please see below for more information).
This photo opportunity will also be available to a very small pool of photographers, which will include international agencies, plus a national pool for each Candidate City.
There will be a mixed zone available for interviews as each delegation leaves the room after their presentation.
There will be production and transmission facilities at the SwissTech Convention Centerto assist broadcasters covering the event. The following facilities will be made available:
SD/HD stand-up positions for live programme inserts
SD/HD tape playout (multi-format)
SD/HD connectivity to the Eurovision Global Network
Footage of the entrance of the delegations in the presentation room will be pooled and made available to broadcasters free of charge.
Dubbing will be provided onto DVCAM, P2 or file on to broadcasters’ own hard disks or USB sticks.
The feed-point will be operational on 11 July, and will be located at the SwissTech Convention Center. To reserve a live stand-up or playout, please contact:
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