Canton Farm Opens For Festival Months After Deadly Tornadoes
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PRESS AND MEDIA POLICY
YesterLand Farm's media relations courtesy ticket program is designed to give working journalists an opportunity to experience and cover YesterLand Farm. The following information is meant to serve as a guideline to help members of the media determine who may be eligible for considerations.
Print Media: Assignment Editors, News Editors, News/Travel/Entertainment/Family Reporters, News Photographers, Publishers, and Managing Editors
Broadcast (Television and Radio) Media: Assignment Editors, Planning Editor, News Producers, News Directors, Anchors, Reporters, News Writers, and Videographers
Social Media and Online Media: Bloggers, Freelance Writers, Editors affiliated with established news organizations or online publications
All requests are preferably made by email or phone call. Faxes and social messages are not accepted.
Employment will be verified on all requests to check for full-time status and position being news/editorial. Once verification has been made, an email will be sent to the requestor with directions on how to enter the park.
A photo ID (driver's license, passport, etc.) must be shown in order to receive your tickets. Tickets can only be picked up by the requestor.
For Media Pass consideration, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All profession photographers and their clients must purchase Admission to the farm.
All guest have access to our many photo ops, we ask that you please not monopolize any one area. If other guests are being restricted, a YesterLand Farm team member will address the issue with you.
Small props, which must be hand carried are allowed. Examples: Quilt, blanket, stool, small child's chair.
No drones allowed.