Frequently Asked Questions
the CVC have hi-res photography I can use?
Yes, there is an online photo gallery available on the website with approximately 30 hi-res images that may be used for editorial purposes. The Nashville CVC cannot approve photo requests for advertising materials, real estate promotions or commercial use. The images are strictly for editorial purposes to accompany an article about the area or promote an upcoming meeting or convention to be held in Nashville.
2. Does the Nashville CVC have
B-roll video footage?
Yes. The CVC has stock footage that is available for broadcast editorial purposes or to promote an upcoming meeting or convention to be held in Music City. If you’d like to use the CVC’s footage, please submit request via the online form provided.
the CVC provide media assistance to traveling journalists?
Yes. The Nashville CVC receives numerous requests from journalists seeking assistance. For help in arranging a trip please contact the Public Relations Department. Please note that complimentary and media rate arrangements are at the discretion of the host and may not be available. Unfortunately, we cannot provide airfare nor can we pay for ground transportation or meals.
4. Does the CVC
offer Press Trips?
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp offers four domestic group press tours each year. The CVC contracts with Geiger & Associates Public Relations to coordinate these tours and to qualify journalists. Traditionally, we offer a late summer tour in August and a fall tour in October or November. In the spring, we typically offer a tour in April and May. If you would like to find out if your publication demographics match our requirements, please contact Diana Lane with Geiger & Associates:
Geiger & Associates
1846 Junwin Court
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Does the Nashville CVC have a list of local media outlets that I can
use to promote my upcoming meeting or convention?
Yes, the CVC has a basic local media list that is available. The list is updated twice a year and is not comprehensive. The CVC is not responsible for changes that occur between updates. See the Nashville media list.