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Image and Video Policy

The use of megaphones, loudspeakers, or other devices, to attract attention is prohibited. Recording, filming, taping with video equipment on the Exhibition grounds is prohibited without the permission of WOC Show Management and the exhibitor being recorded. Exhibitors shall be responsible for securing any and all necessary releases for any performances, displays or other uses of copyrighted works, patented inventions or other intellectual property. WOC Show Management is authorized to record and use audio/visual materials recorded at WOC for all promotional materials directly related to the promotion of World of Concrete. Radio and television reporters and cameramen must obtain an official Press Badge from the WOC Press Room. Filming/Photography and its activities cannot interfere with exhibit operations nor pedestrian traffic. Photography or videography is permitted only with prior approval of the exhibiting company. Failure to obtain prior consent may result in removal from the exhibit hall. This policy pertains to all social media posts (consisting of any still images, video, and text), both live and archived, and for all social media platforms available.

Only official members of the press will be allowed to film/tape on the show floor. Filming may only be used for editorial purposes only promoting the World of Concrete show, not for resale or profit of any kind. If you plan to have a TV, radio or video crew you must get permission prior to shooting from Steven Pomerantz, Senior Marketing Manager, at 972.536.6423.

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