Dress for the INMA World Congress is business casual.
If you are registered for the World Congress, you will get access to presentations provided by speakers for all Sunday seminars (whether you attended or not) as well as the Monday and Tuesday Media Conference sessions. Only study tour registrants will get study tour presentations. Be aware that not all speakers provide their presentations. Study tour presentations will be available Friday evening, June 1, and World Congress presentations will be available beginning Tuesday evening, June 5. Participants will get an e-mail when the presentation download page is ready.
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INMA provides robust coverage of the World Congress of News Media at www.inma.org/wc. Enjoy!
INMA will be taking photographs throughout the week-long World Congress. Download, use, or share photos, which are archived at Flickr. Enjoy!
The weather forecast for Washington, D.C., May 31-June 5 includes a 20%-40% chance of thunderstorms or showers most days. Morning low temperatures should be 65°F (18°C) with afternoon highs near 85°F (29°C) — punctuated by high humidity (remember, Washington, D.C., was built in a swamp). And if you just don't believe us, check out the real-time forecasts at Weather.com.
The full World Congress attendee list is live and online now. View the current attendee list.
The World Congress will be presented in English and will not be simultaneously interpreted.
Three airports and one train station service Washington, D.C. (typical taxi fares to the InterContinental - The Wharf):
- Union Station (US$16)
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (US$20)
- Washington Dulles International Airport (US$78)
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (US$92)
Transportation options range from shuttles to taxis to limos. We strongly recommend Lyft or Uber. There are rental car facilities at all three airports.
The main World Congress registration includes the Sunday seminars at the Mead Center, the Monday-Tuesday Media Conference at the Mead Center, the Sunday welcome reception at the Newseum, and the Tuesday closing reception at The Hay-Adams. The fee does not include the study tour or the post-Congress tour of Washington, D.C. You may buy tickets for the Post-Congress Tour of D.C. at the Registration Desk until 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 4.