Indigenous Media Conference | July 25-27

Omni Hotel | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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The Indigenous Journalists Association will host the 2024 Indigenous Media Conference at the Omni Hotel in Oklahoma City July 25-27.

Indigenous Journalists Association (IJA) members, attendees and exhibitors can now register for the 2024 Indigenous Media Conference, formerly known as the National Native Media Conference.

Pricing for all tiers includes access to workshops, sessions, screenings and keynote presentations, as well as Opening Night Reception on Thursday, July 25, at the First Americans Museum. In addition, all attendees will have on-demand access to programming on the IJA Conference Hub following the event. Attendees may view the IMC24 Agenda-at-a-Glance to coordinate travel. 

All pricing is available on the conference registration site.

Special event and meal tickets are not included with full registration but are available for separate purchase. 

Tickets for the IJA Membership Luncheon on Friday, July 26, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., are for $85 and available for members and non-members. Attendees will review IJA’s accomplishments over the past year and the organization will present the 2024 IJA-Medill Milestone Achievement Award. 

Tickets to the Indigenous Media Awards Banquet on Saturday, July 27, from 6-9 p.m., are available for purchase for $110 each.

A discounted ticket bundle for both events is available for $175.

Register here.

The 2024 IMC Sponsorship Guide includes pricing and information for branding and partnership opportunities For more information on sponsorships, contact Associate Director Francine Compton at: fcompton@naja.com

Discounted IMC24 hotel rates available through June 24

IMC24 attendees can reserve discounted room rates at the Omni Hotel starting at $199 per night through the cutoff on June 24. Reservations on the IJA conference block are only available online and can be made here

Attendees should reserve hotel rooms early to guarantee availability for all nights at the host hotel. The hotel is adjacent to the Paycom Center arena, which is a popular weekend destination in the area, and rooms will likely fill up quickly. 

There is no self-parking at the Omni Hotel, however, valet is available for $34 overnight and includes in and out privileges. There is also a public parking garage adjacent to the hotel.

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