All press requests should be sent to:
Anna Goldsmith is the official spokesperson for TEDxPortsmouth . Please note that TEDx event organizers are not able to speak for the TED Conference.
Any inquiry regarding TED should be sent to:
While we appreciate any coverage, we kindly ask that all journalists and/or bloggers be respectful of the difference between the TED and TEDx brands.
The ‘x’ in ‘TEDx’ stands for “independently organized events.” Any headline or text which implies “TED” is coming to Portsmouth is misleading.
For more information on TEDx, visit http://www.ted.com/tedx.
Press Attendance Rules from TED:
- Press attendance: “At TED, we keep the number of journalists to a minimum. We ask you to do the same. Only invite media you know personally.”
- If you are member of the media and would like to attend TEDxPortsmouth, contact organizer Anna Goldsmith directly at email@example.com.
- Attendees, including members of the press, are strongly encouraged to stay for the entire day to experience the event.
Updates & Press Releases:
TEDx Speakers make an impact, by Jeff McMenemy // Portsmouth Herald
Lessons from TEDxPiscataquaRiver, by Melanie Burger // Hey Look, A Duck
TEDxPiscataquaRiver: Be Unreasonable, by Ariele Sieling // arielesieling.com
Portsmouth Herald, 5/4/13: Locals share their visions, inspirations at TEDx event, by Charles McMahon
The Wire, 5/8/13: Seacoast’s TEDx trailblazers, by Karen Marzloff
Spotlight Magazine, 5/9/13: TEDx took over my desk, by J. L. Stevens