January 12-15, 2016
Orange County Convention Center
This site is designed to give members of the media access to up-to-date information necessary for covering the upcoming conference. In this press area, you will find resources, including a media contact list, FETC fact sheet, news releases, conference graphics and more. Media representatives who wish to attend must pre-register for their press credentials. Access to conference activities are only available to registered media wearing official, FETC-issued identification badges.
With so many exhibits, sessions and workshops to experience, it is advantageous to schedule your time in advance. FETC is pleased to maintain a working Press Room on-site to provide an easily accessible, centrally-located place where registered media can receive information, conduct interviews, file stories or just relax. See the Press Room tab for information on Press Room hours and more.
Make sure to visit the Virtual Newsroom regularly for the latest developments on FETC 2016.
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