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Central Newsmedia Accreditation Guidelines 1999 can be amended by the Central Press Accreditation Committee. To discharge the functions laid down under these guidelines, a committee called the Government constitutes the Central Press Accreditation Committee.
CPAC from the date of the first meeting shall function for two years.
According to the need, the CPAC meets once a quarter.
The number of members presents, and based on voting; the CPAC takes a decision.
In case of change in the organization, Pr. DG has the power to grant regular accreditation.
General terms of accreditation
• Under the guidelines of News media representatives, accreditation is given as per Schedule I, II, and III.
• Residents of Delhi shall be granted accreditation
• Accreditation shall confer your identity only as professional working journalists and not as a special or official status on news media.
• Media organizations operating for at least one year will be considered for accreditation
• Accreditation will not be given to the organizations run by the Cable operator
• If the accreditation is misused or the condition for which it was given ceases, it is suspended or withdrawn
• CPAC makes the final decision for granting accreditation
Procedure for granting accreditation –
In consultation with CPAC, Pr. DG will lay down the procedure for accreditation.
A. News Representatives
1. Cameraman-cum-correspondents: Experience of at least five years working as a full-time cameraman. His recommendation for accreditation should be given by the editor or head of the organization.
2. Freelance Correspondents: Experience of 15 years working full time as a journalist. The annual income of more than 36000 from the work of journalists only.
3. Technicians: Technicians should work full time in the organization, and the editor or head of the organization should recommend his accreditation.
B. News Organization (Print Media)
1. Newspapers (Daily): 6 full-size pages with more than 10000 copies to be circulated.
2. Periodicals/ Magazines: Minimum 40 pages per publishing day with a circulation of more than 10000 copies.
3. Wire news agency: Minimum news subscribers should be 30 and annual revenue of 20 lakh.
C. News Organization (Electronic Media)
1. Television News Agencies: Revenue of more than 20 lakh from news clips and regularly to supply news clips to more than 5 subscribing Satellite TV News Telecasting organization.
2. Radio News Agencies: Revenue of more than 15 lakh from news clips and five radio organizations should receive news clips regularly.