Media/Filming Requests

For media inquiries and filming requests, please contact The Mob Museum’s Public Relations Department:

Ashley Miller
Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Sales
amiller@themobmuseum.org

FILMING REQUESTS

Film and photo shoots are generally scheduled to take place on weekday mornings between 7 and 9 a.m., before the Museum is open to the public. Other accommodations may be scheduled, depending on availability.

News coverage that focuses on The Mob Museum is given priority.

For all filming and photography requests, please fill out the form below. If you have questions, please call 702.549.6302. Advance notice of two weeks is required to process requests. Ticket requests cannot be processed after noon on Fridays, on weekends or holidays. Requests are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.  Upon approval, media will be contacted with a confirmation number to be used to obtain tickets at the Museum’s Box Office Will Call window on the day of the visit. Media must present photo ID at the window to obtain tickets. Complimentary admission tickets are available to working news media working in the following areas:


    Overview

    Will a Mob Museum artifact or exhibit be used for special effects or story
    point?


    (viewership, unique visitors, etc.)


    Type of Release (Select all that apply)

    Will the production be made available on video, DVD or other media for resale?


    Do you have off-air plans for this project?



    Production Crew




    Due to the popularity of The Mob Museum exhibits, most filming is scheduled
    before Museum opening at 9 a.m.

    Materials Needed

    Interview


    Press kit and images of Museum

    Is the program scripted and can we review it?



    (such as electrical, security, acoustic, etc.)

    Project Synopsis


    MEDIA ADMISSIONS POLICY

    Active members of the news media may request up to two (2) press passes to The Mob Museum per a one-time visit every six months. To request tickets, please fill out the form.





      Planning to include The Mob Museum in a future story?

      THE MOB MUSEUM FILMING/PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY

      Film and photo shoots are generally scheduled to take place on weekday mornings between 7 and 9 a.m., before the Museum is open to the public. Other accommodations may be scheduled, depending on availability.

      News coverage that focuses on The Mob Museum is given priority.

      Please click on and complete the “Filming and Photo Shoot Request” form located at the top of the page. If you have questions, please call 702.549.6302.

      Advance notice of two weeks is required to process requests. Ticket requests cannot be processed after noon on Fridays, on weekends or holidays. Requests are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Upon arrival, media will be contacted with a confirmation number to be used to obtain tickets at the Museum’s Box Office Will Call window on the day of the visit. Media must present photo ID at the window to obtain tickets.

      IS PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOW IN THE MUSEUM?

      Photography is allowed in The Mob Museum. However, photography must be conducted without disruption to the Museum and without blocking the accessibility to exhibitions, entrances/exits, and high traffic areas. Flash photography is prohibited. Personal photos are not allowed in the Line-up exhibit on the third floor when a Museum photographer is present. Tripod use must be pre-approved by The Mob Museum PR department. Photos and video are for private use only.

      Commercial or other unauthorized use of any transmission, picture, film/type, writing, drawing, or other depiction or description of any Mob Museum name, mark, or logo is prohibited without prior specific written approval from The Mob Museum PR department.

      The Museum requires that a staff member be present. Expenses incurred will be charged to the production company. The fees charged for shooting in the Museum are at the discretion of the Public Relations Department. Contracts must be signed and returned to the Public Relations Department no later than 48 hours prior to the scheduled shoot date.