Cable Operator Sample Clauses

Cable Operator. Any person or group of persons (1) who provides Cable Service over a Cable System and, directly or through one of more affiliates, owns a significant interest in such Cable System, or (2) who otherwise controls or is responsible for, through any arrangement, the management and operation of such Cable System.
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Cable Operator. An entity that is licensed by the Issuing Authority to transmit Video Programming by cable to Bedford Subscribers using the Town’s rights of way. Cable Television Committee: The Town of Bedford’s Cable Television Committee and its members who are appointed by the Selectmen of Bedford. Cable Service: The one-way transmission to Subscribers of video programming or other programming services, together with Subscriber interaction, if any, which is required for the selection or use of such video programming or other programming service. Cable Television System or Cable System: A system consisting of a set of closed transmission paths and associated signal generation, reception and control equipment designed to provide Cable Service (including video programming) to multiple Subscribers within a community unless such system does not use any public rights of way. Channel or Video Channel: A portion of electromagnetic frequency spectrum which is used in a Cable System and which is capable of delivering a television channel. With respect to a PEG (Public, Educational and Governmental) Channel, the definition of channel shall also mean a minimum allocation of 6 MHz of bandwidth. Educational Access Channel: Any channel, or portion thereof, which has been allocated for the transmission of Educational Access programming or for use by the Public Schools or its designee. Effective Date: The date when the undersigned parties have affixed their duly authorized signatures. FCC: The Federal Communications Commission or any successor agency. Governmental Access: Any channel, or portion thereof, which has been allocated for the transmission of Governmental Access or for use by the Town of Bedford or its designee(s).
Cable Operator. Shall be defined herein as it is defined under Section 602 of the Communication Act, 47 U.S.C. § 522(5) but does not include direct broadcast satellite providers.

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  • Transportation Services i) In the event that transportation services for a student served by CONTRACTOR pursuant to an Individual Services Agreement are to be provided by a party other than CONTRACTOR or the LEA or its transportation providers, such services shall be reflected in a separate agreement signed by the parties hereto, and provided to the LEA and SELPA Director by the CONTRACTOR. Except as provided below, CONTRACTOR shall compensate the transportation provider directly for such services, and shall charge the LEA for such services at the actual and reasonable rates billed by the transportation provider, plus a ten percent (.10) administrative fee, unless a “flat rate” is provided in the transportation contract. In the event that the transportation provider notifies the LEA or SELPA Director that CONTRACTOR is more than 90 days behind in payment for transportation services, LEA shall have the right, in its sole and exclusive discretion, but not the obligation, to make payment for such services directly to the transportation provider, and to deduct such payments from any sums owed to CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Master Contract and any Individual Services Agreement between the parties. In the event that the LEA makes direct payment of the transportation provider’s charges, it shall be entitled to withhold both the transportation charges themselves and such additional amount as shall be reasonably necessary to compensate the LEA for the staff and other costs incurred in making direct payment of those charges. The remedies provided to the LEA pursuant to this Paragraph shall not be exclusive. CONTRACTOR shall not include transportation through the use of services or equipment owned, leased or contracted through the LEA unless expressly provided in the Individual Services Agreement for the student transported.

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  • Interconnection Customer Provided Services The services provided by Interconnection Customer under this LGIA are set forth in Article 9.6 and Article 13.5.1. Interconnection Customer shall be paid for such services in accordance with Article 11.6.

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  • Connecting Transmission Owner’s Scope of Work and Responsibilities The Connecting Transmission Owner will design, construct, own, operate and maintain all Connecting Transmission Owner’s Interconnection Facilities, except as otherwise stated above and in the Project Specific Specifications. The Connecting Transmission Owner will complete all engineering reviews, field verifications and witness testing, etc. in accordance with the ESBs and the Project Specific Specifications. Connecting Transmission Owner shall provide the revenue metering CT/PT units and meter socket enclosure. The Connecting Transmission Owner shall:  provide, run, and wire both ends of the color-coded cable for the revenue metering instrument transformer secondary wiring;  perform all terminations; and  supply and install the meter. The revenue meter may require a communications link to the RTU. The Connecting Transmission Owner will specify and run those communications cables. The Connecting Transmission Owner shall complete all wiring, testing and commissioning of the RTU.

  • Operators Any and all Operators of the Equipment shall be duly experienced, trained and qualified to operate Equipment of this type. Although We may, from time to time, recommend certain qualified Operators with whom We are familiar, We do not supply Operators. You must supply and employ any Operator who operates the Equipment (even if the Operator is the owner of the Equipment or owner of a company that owns the Equipment) and that Operator shall be deemed to be Your employee and acting under Your supervision or control for all purposes and shall be covered as an insured on all of Your applicable insurance policies.

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