Communications Act of 1934 Sample Clauses

Communications Act of 1934. Employee represents and warrants that neither Employee nor, to the best of Employee's knowledge, information and belief, any other person, has accepted or agreed to accept, or has paid or provided or agreed to pay or provide, any money, service or any other valuable consideration, as defined in Section 507 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, for the broadcast of any matter contained in programs. Employee further represents and warrants that, during Employee's employment, Employee shall comply with all legal requirements.
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Communications Act of 1934. Network agrees to disclose to Broadcaster and Station any and all information that it has or that has been disclosed to it as to any money, service or other valuable consideration which any person has been paid or accepted, or has agreed to pay or accept for the inclusion of any matter as a part of the report other than sponsorships\commercial mentions\spots. The term “service or other valuable consideration” as used in this paragraph shall not include any service or property furnished without charge or at a nominal charge for use on, or in connection with, the reports unless it is so furnished in consideration for an identification in the material provided by Network of any person, product, service, trademark or brand name beyond an identification that is reasonably related to the use of such service or property in such material. With respect to any material for which an announcement is required, Station may, at its option, cancel the broadcast of such material.
Communications Act of 1934. The terms Communications Act of 1934 and Communications Act refer to the Communications Act of June 19, 1934, 48 Stat. 1064, as amended, including the provisions codified as 47 U.S.C. Sections 151 et seq. The Communications Act includes the Pole Attachment Act of 1978, as defined in 1.27 following.

Related to Communications Act of 1934

  • Proxies and Notices; Compliance with the Shareholders Communication Act of 1985 The Custodian shall deliver or cause to be delivered to the appropriate Fund all forms of proxies, all notices of meetings, and any other notices or announcements affecting or relating to Securities owned by such Fund that are received by the Custodian, any Subcustodian, or any nominee of either of them, and, upon receipt of Instructions, the Custodian shall execute and deliver, or cause such Subcustodian or nominee to execute and deliver, such proxies or other authorizations as may be required. Except as directed pursuant to Instructions, neither the Custodian nor any Subcustodian or nominee shall vote upon any such Securities, or execute any proxy to vote thereon, or give any consent or take any other action with respect thereto. The Custodian will not release the identity of any Fund to an issuer which requests such information pursuant to the Shareholder Communications Act of 1985 for the specific purpose of direct communications between such issuer and any such Fund unless a particular Fund directs the Custodian otherwise in writing.

  • FCC Regulations The unstayed, effective regulations promulgated by the FCC, as amended from time to time.

  • Securities Act and Exchange Act The Company will use its best efforts to comply with all requirements imposed upon it by the Securities Act and the Exchange Act as from time to time in force, so far as necessary to permit the continuance of sales of, or dealings in, the Placement Shares as contemplated by the provisions hereof and the Prospectus.

  • Conformity with Securities Act and Exchange Act The Registration Statement, the Prospectus, any Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or any amendment or supplement thereto, and the Incorporated Documents, when such documents were or are filed with the Commission under the Securities Act or the Exchange Act or became or become effective under the Securities Act, as the case may be, conformed or will conform in all material respects with the requirements of the Securities Act and the Exchange Act, as applicable.

  • Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 Influencer acknowledges receipt of the following notice under 18 U.S.C § 1833(b)(1): “An individual will not be held criminally or civilly liable under any Federal or State trade secret law for the disclosure of a trade secret that (A) is made (i) in confidence to a Federal, State, or local government official, either directly or indirectly, or to an attorney; and (ii) solely for the purpose of reporting or investigating a suspected violation of law; or (B) is made in a complaint or other document filed in a lawsuit or other proceeding, if such filing is made under seal.”

  • References to Statutes, Public Acts, Regulations, Codes and Executive Orders All references in this Contract to any statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order shall mean such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order, respectively, as it has been amended, replaced or superseded at any time. Notwithstanding any language in this Contract that relates to such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order, and notwithstanding a lack of a formal amendment to this Contract, this Contract shall always be read and interpreted as if it contained the most current and applicable wording and requirements of such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order as if their most current language had been used in and requirements incorporated into this Contract at the time of its execution.

  • OMNIBUS PROCUREMENT ACT OF 1992 It is the policy of New York State to maximize opportunities for the participation of New York State business enterprises, including minority and women-owned business enterprises as bidders, subcontractors and suppliers on its procurement contracts. Information on the availability of New York State subcontractors and suppliers is available from: NYS Department of Economic Development Division for Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxx Xxxx 00000 Telephone: 000-000-0000 Fax: 000-000-0000 email: A directory of certified minority and women-owned business enterprises is available from: NYS Department of Economic Development Division of Minority and Women's Business Development 000 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxx, XX 00000 212-803-2414 email: xxxxx:// blic.asp The Omnibus Procurement Act of 1992 requires that by signing this bid proposal or contract, as applicable, Contractors certify that whenever the total bid amount is greater than $1 million:

  • Reports Under Securities Exchange Act of 1934 With a view to making available to the Holders the benefits of Rule 144 promulgated under the Act and any other rule or regulation of the SEC that may at any time permit a Holder to sell securities of the Company to the public without registration or pursuant to a registration on Form S-3, the Company agrees to:

  • Securities Act of 1933 A registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "1933 Act") has been filed and is currently effective, or will be effective prior to the sale of any Shares, and will remain so effective, and all appropriate state securities law filings have been made with respect to all the Shares of the Customer being offered for sale except for any Shares which are offered in a transaction or series of transactions which are exempt from the registration requirements of the 1933 Act and state securities laws; information to the contrary will result in immediate notification to the Transfer Agent.

  • Rule 14d-10 Matters All amounts payable to holders of Shares and other securities of the Company (the “Covered Securityholders”) pursuant to the Company Plans and the Company Benefit Agreements (collectively, the “Arrangements”) (i) are being paid or granted as compensation for past services performed, future services to be performed or future services to be refrained from performing by the Covered Securityholders (and matters incidental thereto) and (ii) are not calculated based on the number of Shares tendered or to be tendered into the Offer by the applicable Covered Securityholder. The Company Board has determined that each member of the Compensation Committee of the Company Board (the “Compensation Committee”) is an “Independent Director” in accordance with the requirements of Rule 14d-10(d)(2) under the Exchange Act. The Compensation Committee (A) at a meeting duly called and held at which all members of the Compensation Committee were present, duly and unanimously adopted resolutions approving as an “employment compensation, severance or other employee benefit arrangement” within the meaning of Rule 14d-10(d)(1) under the Exchange Act (an “Employment Compensation Arrangement”) (1) each Company Stock Plan, (2) the treatment of the Company Stock Options and Restricted Stock in accordance with the terms set forth in this Agreement, the applicable Company Stock Plan and any applicable Company Plans and Company Benefit Agreements, (3) the terms of Section 3.2(b) of this Agreement and (4) each other Company Plan and Company Benefit Agreement, which resolutions have not been rescinded, modified or withdrawn in any way, and (B) has taken all other actions necessary to satisfy the requirements of the non-exclusive safe harbor under Rule 14d-10(d)(2) under the Exchange Act with respect to the foregoing arrangements.