Radio and Television. A. Recordings on audio and audio-visual media and live broad- casts for the theatre’s own use Art. 35 Scope of Application This section applies only for analogue, digital or otherwise fixed recordings on au- dio and audio-visual media of performances of works for the theatre’s own use and for direct broadcasts of rehearsals and/or performances inside the theatre. It includes on the one hand the internal use for archiving and quality assurance pur- poses of productions and on the other hand also recordings for the purpose of marketing of the theatre.
Radio and Television. Technical Director -- (Who is assigned to X.X. news pickups) Radio Facilities Group Engineer Development Group Engineer Audio and Video Facilities Group Engineer Transmission Engineer Master Control Room Engineer Field Engineer Maintenance Engineer Station Engineer (at station with rated output of 5 kw or less) Recording Engineer Chief Light Direction Engineer Video Tape Engineer Senior Design Draftsperson Architectural Design Engineer Special Services Engineer Construction Supervisor Machine Shop Supervisor Engineering Development Group Engineer Graphic Design Engineer (New York and Washington) Robotic Camera Operator Operations Specialist Minimum Wage Scale: 4/01/19 – 3/31/20 4/01/20 – 3/31/21 4/01/21 – 3/30/22 0-1 years $ 962.50 $ 986.50 $ 1,011.00 1-2 years 1,356.50 1,390.50 1,425.50 2-3 years 1,419.00 1,454.50 1,491.00 3- 4 years 1,587.00 1,626.50 1,667.00 4 years and over 2,037.50 2,088.50 2,140.50 Group 7 - Radio and Television Technical Director Radio Facilities Group Engineer Development Group Engineer Special Services Engineer Audio and Video Facilities Group Engineer Transmission Engineer
Radio and Television. The ASSOCIATION and COACH agree that as a part of this agreement, Xxxx Xxxxxxx Consulting, Inc. shall be paid for the benefit of COACH for the television and radio shows produced during the football seasons covered by this Contract provided that he has appeared and participated in such shows. All shows shall be scheduled at times that are mutually agreed upon by COACH and ISP or other producer selected by the ASSOCIATION. For his participation in said shows, COACH shall be paid Seven Hundred, Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($775,000.00). All payments due hereunder shall be payable in equal, quarterly installments by the ASSOCIATION on March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st of each year of this contract. The ASSOCIATION shall be responsible for all costs of production of said shows. COACH’S radio obligation shall include post- game and pregame interview, a one hour weekly show and a daily 3 - 5 minute show. COACH’S television obligation is for at least twelve (12) weekly 30 minute shows per football season. 2009 - $800,000 2010 - $825,000 2011 - $825,000 2012 - $850,000 2013 - $875,000 2014 - $875,000
Radio and Television. H.1 Connection cables must be used to use the radio and television sockets. Manipulations with the connection socket are prohibited.
Radio and Television. The Association and Coach agree that as a part of this Contract, Xxxx Xxxxxxx Consulting, Inc., shall be paid for the benefit of Coach for the television and radio shows produced during the football seasons covered by this Contract provided that he has appeared and participated in such shows. All shows shall be scheduled at times that are mutually agreed upon by Coach and ISP or other producer selected by the Association. For his participation in said shows, Coach shall be paid each year according to the schedule set forth below. All payments due hereunder shall be payable in equal quarterly installments by the Association on March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st of each year of this Contract. The Association shall be responsible for all costs of production of said shows. Coach’s radio obligation shall include post game and pregame interview, a one hour weekly show and a daily 3-5 minute show. Coach’s television obligation is for at least twelve (12) weekly 30 minute shows per football season. 2010 - $1,300,000 2011 - $1,369,000 2012 - $1,440,700 2013 - $1,513,000 2014 - $1,588,000 2015 - $1,667,000 2016 - $1,717,000 6. Article III H of the Contract is deleted in its entirety and replaced as follows:
Radio and Television. The Member States shall: (a) co-operate in technical matters and the electronic media that will promote the development of the Common Market through the establishment of direct radio and television links with one another; (b) harmonize their technical equipment for the manufacture of radio and television equipment; and (c) apply non-discriminatory radio and television tariffs for the exchange of electronic media programmes.
Radio and Television. 14.1 The Hirer may not carry out or allow or permit to be carried out any photography, filming, video recording, taping television, or radio broadcasts or any other recording of any kind at the Event for commercial use during the Hiring without the prior consent of the Council. If such consent is given, the Council reserves the right to be a party to any negotiations and the terms and conditions of any agreements reached and to share any income or publicity derived from it.
Radio and Television. Perhaps the most popular media for indoor publicity are the radio and the television. There are world-wide network of radio and television systems through which publicity is carried out. The Government utilises these mass media for publicity and education. Generally, radio and television are directly controlled by the Government. The importance and limitations are:
Radio and Television. The Tenant shall remove any radio, television or other similar device in the Leased Premises if in the judgement of the Landlord and in agreement with the Tenant such radio, television or other similar device is creating a nuisance. The Tenant shall not in any case erect or cause to be erected any aerial anywhere in the Complex without the express written consent of the Landlord.