Media Rules and Guidelines:
The Latin AMAs media credentials are only issued to members of the working media whose primary purpose is gathering news and disseminating it.
Telemundo provides a day media credential to members of the working media, defined as those who are full-time paid employees or representatives of professionally recognized media organizations, including newspapers, magazines, major wire services, television stations, radio stations, web sites and other online mediums.
Freelance journalists, photojournalists and videographers may receive a media credential only if on a specific assignment from a professionally recognized media organization that is actively engaged in the coverage of The Latin AMAs. Freelance credential requests must be accompanied by a letter from the outlet assigning their coverage of the event. This letter must be emailed to
Each Latin AMAs media credential is issued to, and binding on, the holder and his or her employer. The media credential may not be used by or lent or transferred to, any individual or entity other than the party to which it was directly issued.
Commercial photographers, authors and producers of film/video projects are not eligible for media credentials unless they are currently working on an officially-licensed product for Telemundo.