If you're not professionally employed in the video games industry, you're going to have a very, very difficult time gaining access to E3. As Behardy24 mentioned earlier in the thread, E3 is not open to the public. In fact, many smaller media outlets don't even get their applications approved unless their sites hit a certain minimum traffic threshold. It's a very strict approval process that you need to go through. I know there are some websites that offer a "free trip to E3" as part of a contest, but those are extremely limited in number.
Sorry, dude. I wish I could be of more help. But at the end of the day, it's probably a lot more fun to read about the announcements than to run around a giant convention center waiting in two-hour lines to play Destiny.