Theatrical Sample Clauses

Theatrical. 1. With respect to all theatrical employment agreements with writers under term or deal contracts which were in effect on May 2, 2017, the new minimum compensations, conditions and Theatrical Schedule A as herein contained shall not in any manner be applicable for the period prior to, nor effective until:
Theatrical. 1. This Basic Agreement shall be binding upon the Company and its subsidiaries in which it has a fifty percent (50%) or more financial interest and all parties who by reason of mergers, consolidations, reorganizations, sale, assignment or the like shall succeed to or become entitled to a substantial part of the business of a signatory.
Theatrical. Company agrees that the minimum basic compensation to be paid a writer who is employed for a feature length photoplay on a so-called flat deal basis shall be as herein set forth. For the purpose of this Article 13.A.1.a., "High Budget" photoplay shall be a photoplay the cost of which equals or exceeds five million dollars ($5,000,000.00); a photoplay the cost of which is less than five million dollars ($5,000,000.00) shall be referred to as a "Low Budget" photoplay. The Company may option to purchase or license from a professional writer literary material, which would be covered by this Basic Agreement, for a period of eighteen (18) months upon payment of ten percent (10%) of the applicable minimum compensation for such literary material. Company may renew or extend such option for subsequent eighteen (18) month periods upon payment of an additional ten percent (10%) of the applicable minimum compensation for such literary material for each such eighteen (18) month period. Notwithstanding anything in this Basic Agreement to the contrary, the option payment(s) shall be credited against the purchase price or other compensation payable to the writer.
Theatrical. Theatrical means an entertainment Motion Picture generally sixty-one
Theatrical. 6. RESOLVED, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, that the bid for Contract No. 6, Project No. 49-17-00-01-0-012-014 for Theatrical be awarded to Barber Marketing, Inc. d/b/a BMI Supply, in the amount of $889,500, their being the lowest qualified bidder meeting specifications at the bid opening on November 2, 2011.
Theatrical. Theatrical means an entertainment Motion Picture generally sixty-one (61) minutes or more in length, produced primarily for exhibition in theatres or any other place where a charge, by any method, is paid by the viewing audience.

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  • Programming Seller shall not make any material changes in the broadcast hours or in the percentages of types of programming broadcast by the Station, or make any other material change in the Station's programming policies, except such changes as in the good faith judgment of the Seller are required by the public interest.

  • Branding 5.2.1 Except as stated in Section 5.2.2, in providing Verizon Telecommunications Services to Reconex, Bell Atlantic shall have the right (but not the obligation) to identify the Verizon Telecommunications Services with Verizon’s trade names, trademarks and service marks (“Verizon Marks”), to the same extent that these Services are identified with Verizon’s Marks when they are provided to Verizon’s Customers. Any such identification of Verizon’s Telecommunications Services shall not constitute the grant of a license or other right to Reconex to use Verizon’s Marks.

  • Games The Private Party shall not be entitled to introduce any arcade type amusement or gaming machines into the Restaurant Facility without the prior written approval of SANParks.

  • Clothing Employees after 152 hours employment with the Company will be supplied with:

  • Music You must have our written permission for performance of live music and the playing of recorded music under the Deregulation Act 2015. This Agreement confers that permission.

  • Advertisements Any advertising, sales literature or other promotional material (including “prospectus wrappers,” “broker kits,” “road show slides,” “road show scripts” and “electronic road show presentations”), whether in printed or electronic form, authorized in writing by or prepared by the Fund or the Investment Adviser for use in connection with the public offering of the Securities (collectively, “sales material”) does not include an untrue statement of a material fact or omit to state a material fact necessary in order to make the statements therein, in the light of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading. All sales material complied and will comply in all material respects with the applicable requirements of the 1933 Act, the 1940 Act and the Rules and Regulations and the rules and interpretations of the FINRA.

  • Advertising The Contractor shall not refer to sales to the State for advertising or promotional purposes, including, but not limited to, posting any material or data on the Internet, without DAS’s prior written approval.

  • Artwork 16.01. Artist agrees that G2 is the owner of any and all artwork, LP jacket art, and promotional artistic renderings undertaken or completed within the Option Terms of this Agreement. Artist shall have the right to use artwork which has been mutually approved by G2 and Artist for the purpose of Merchandising.

  • Exploitation (i) Exploitation of intellectual property may take the form of patenting by the originator singly or in combination with other agencies.