Friday, February 22, 2008

Credentials


I suppose we can say Happy Birthday to NASCAR. 60 years since Bill incorporated. I learned things about NASCAR history during Speed Weeks and one of the best multimedia events I saw was Dave Dispain's on Assignment. I enjoyed that broadcast so much that I watched it twice. Bill France was a visionary.

NASCAR has been gracious to give me media credentials. Well, for whatever it's worth I now have access to their Media website and photos. I am slowly working towards Photographer credentials. I have heard back from Getty Images and my application with them is under review...this can take months. I've learned that each individual track has their own PR department and I can apply for access on a track to track basis. My goal is to be among the many photographers at Loudon in Sept.,.... wish me luck!!

California weekend starts today. So much emphasis has been placed on Matt Kenseth. NASCAR press releases and storylines.... it would be awesome if he won it again!

11 comments:

vroom said...

Matty is the sleeping giant!

Media credentials? Wow, next you'll be on Speed. Move over DW!!!

Don and Sheryl said...

Sounds great best of luck with your "new" career.

When I was young I use to hang out at Lime Rock Park and go into the pits with no problem back then. I have some great shots on slides from the 60's and 70's of Trans Am racing with pics of Dan Gurney, Parnelli Jones, Mark Donahue, Roger Penske and so many others.

Mike said...

I think it's great that NASCAR media is reaching out to the NASCAR blogging community. Now I just wish I lived within 500 miles of a track!

John said...

Did they offer credentials or did you have to ask? Pretty cool either way.

MArc said...

Cangrats on getting NASCAR media credentials, I tried a couple years ago and was ignored.

Same thing last year so I've pretty much blown them off as talking but not walking the walk.

Maybe I should try again if you got in.

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