Media Director: Lisa Franson, c: 954-290-1326, LFranson@yellowtennisball.com
Public Relations: The Buzz Agency, Elizabeth Kelley Grace, c: 561-702-7471, Elizabeth@thebuzzagency.net
Delray Beach Open Onsite Media Center: p: 561-330-6037
ATP Representative: Joshua Rey, c: 786-554-5667, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Media Center is located in the Delray Beach Community Center on the NE side of the Tennis Center. Work stations and wifi are available.
Parking passes will be mailed to those approved for credentials. Credentials pick-‐up begins Thursday, February 11 at 12:00 noon at the Credentials trailer in front of the Delray Beach Community Center on NW 1st Ave. A photo ID is required for pickup.
ATP Champions Tour (Stadium, Also Court 1 on Sunday) Friday, Feb. 12 ‐ Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016
ATP World Tour Qualies (Courts 1‐4) Saturday, Feb. 13, 1st round & Sunday, Feb. 14, 2nd round
ATP World Tour Main Draw (Stadium) Monday, Feb. 15 – Sunday, Feb. 21
Media Parking is in the Green VIP lot in front of City Hall. Follow the signs from Atlantic Avenue.
Bag searches and “wanding” may occur.
Lockers are available for camera storage on a first-‐come, first-‐served basis. Media should bring their own locks.
MEDIA STADIUM SEATING
A limited number of printed copies will be available in the Media Center, and a PDF of the 2016 Media Guide will be available on the website starting event week.
The Interview Room is located in the Delray Beach Community Center and entry is limited to working media. ATP rep Joshua Rey will bring players to the interview room following matches of interest. Please advise Lisa Franson or Rey of your interest in interviewing a specific player. Note: following high-interest matches, TV stations will be limited to a reporter and cameraman.
ITWA members should request a credential for Players Lounge access.
Official Tournament Photographers: CameraSport (Contact: Andrew Patron)
Still/video photographers with credentials coded “CA” (court access) will be permitted in the photo pit on the east side of Stadium Court, with priority given to dailies and wire services. A courtside shooting position is not guaranteed. If the area becomes crowded, it may be necessary to rotate positions, as determined by the media director or the official tournament photographer. Please be courteous if asked to yield to another photographer. Photographers walking across the court to the pit during changeovers must walk along the back wall.