Here we have collected information for journalists and photographers who are planning to work in the Riksdag buildings in connection with the 2018 elections to the Riksdag. Check that your media accreditation is valid In order to work in the Riksdag buildings, you need the Riksdag's media accreditation – either an ordinary accreditation or a temporary one that is valid for one day. If you already have accreditation, please check the validity period on your press pass and make sure you apply in good time if you need to apply for a new period. Accreditation Special rules for photography in the Riksdag Special rules apply to photography in the Riksdag premises. Photography is, for example, prohibited in the café and the restaurant. Taking photographs of documents on benches or on the platform in the Chamber is also prohibited. Photography Webcast service from the Chamber and the Press Centre The Riksdag has its own television service and provides live webcasts of debates and decisions in the Chamber and certain other events, for example press meetings in the Press Centre to which journalists are invited by the Speaker. Media companies and other websites can use the broadcasts provided by the Riksdag webcast service. Broadcasts Service to the media The media premises are situated on floor 7 of the West Wing of the Riksdag. You can also enter the Press Gallery from there. Accredited journalists may also use the Riksdag's wireless network. Certain premises in the Riksdag buildings also provide a facility for audio recording. Media services in the Riksdag Contact For further information, please contact the Riksdag Administration's press service, 08-786 62 00.