Distribution Expenses definition

Distribution Expenses means the reasonable costs, excluding overhead, incurred by ZIOPHARM that are directly and reasonably allocable to the distribution of a ZIOPHARM Product with respect to a particular country where such ZIOPHARM Product has been launched, excluding any costs included as a deduction in calculating Net Sales.
Distribution Expenses means, with respect to all rights granted to LGF hereunder, one hundred percent (100%) of the aggregate of all actual, direct, out-of-pocket, third xxxxx costs expended or incurred by LGF in direct connection with the distribution and exploitation of the Picture throughout the Territory in all media, including, without limitation, all DLT Creation Costs, and all conversion, manufacturing, duplication, shipping, marketing, advertising, promotion and publicity costs, and all costs to complete Delivery of the Picture (to the extent (i) LGF elects to cure any failure of Grantor to complete Delivery of the Picture in accordance with the Delivery Schedule and/or (ii) LGF is required to take "access" to any Delivery Materials pursuant to the Delivery Schedule; and/or fiii) Grantor is not required to deliver such elements under the Delivery Schedule). "The Night of the Dead 3D" DM.03
Distribution Expenses means direct, actual and reasonable out-of-pocket costs of a Distributor (exclusive of salary and overheads) properly incurred in connection with the sale, licensing or other exploitation of the Combined Rights on an arm’s length basis and properly allocated to any Content in accordance with the relevant Distribution Agreement up to a maximum of 5% of Gross Income from that Distribution Agreement, unless otherwise approved by NZ On Air in writing provided that where a Distribution Agreement contains provision for uncapped costs of the Distributor, such costs will be deemed approved provided they have been properly incurred in accordance with the relevant Distribution Agreement. Where you are the Distributor, then you may claim Distribution Expenses up to a maximum of 5% of Gross Income and any further costs incurred by you as Distributor that are approved by NZ On Air on receipt of supporting documentation acceptable to NZ On Air.

Examples of Distribution Expenses in a sentence

  • CPT shall have the right to cross-collateralize the Gross Receipts (after CPT deducts its Distribution Fee) earned for exploitation of the Rights in the Program throughout the Territory and the Term for purposes of recouping the Distribution Expenses and the Third Party Payments, and calculating AVF’s Share.


More Definitions of Distribution Expenses

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Distribution Expenses means all proper and reasonable sums expended with a view to exploitation of the Relevant Rights in the Programme(s) (including but without limitation promotional materials, delivery materials, the cost of duplication of materials, transportation, freight, customs, storage, taxes, publicity prints, advertising, insurance and the cost of prints,and clearance payments not included in sub-clause (vi) (c) below) and any sums expended in connection with the Relevant Rights in editing the Programme(s) (save as provided for in the Budgeted Cost/Fixed Price) or to meet the requirements applicable to any territory including but without limitation those of any broadcasting authority and any legal fees incurred after delivery of the Programme(s) in relation to the exploitation of the Relevant Rights in the Programme(s) (save as incurred in the negotiation of distribution agreement(s)) all to be agreed by the Producer in line with current industry standards and provided that such sums do not exceed 5% of the Gross Receipts (unless otherwise agreed in advance in writing by Channel 4’s royalties manager); and
Distribution Expenses means (a) commission and/or fees expended by or charged by the Distributor (inclusive of any sub-distributors/sub-agents’ commission and/or fees) all to be agreed by the Producer in line with current industry standards (“Distribution Commission”) in connection with the exploitation of the Relevant Rights in the Programme(s); (b) clearance costs for Limited Rights Material as required to be paid in connection with the exploitation of the Relevant Rights; and (c) all proper and reasonable sums expended with a view to exploitation of the Relevant Rights in the Programme(s) (including but without limitation promotional materials, delivery materials, the cost of duplication of materials, transportation, freight, customs, storage, taxes, publicity prints, advertising, insurance and the cost of prints) and any sums expended in connection with the Relevant Rights in editing the Programme(s) (save as provided for in the Budgeted Cost/Fixed Price) or to meet the requirements applicable to any territory including but without limitation those of any broadcasting authority and any legal fees incurred after delivery of the Programme(s) in relation to the exploitation of the Relevant Rights in the Programme(s) (save as incurred in the negotiation of distribution agreement(s)) all to be agreed by the Producer in line with current industry standards and provided that such sums do not exceed 5% of the Gross Receipts (unless otherwise agreed in advance in writing); and
Distribution Expenses has the meaning set forth in Schedule B.
Distribution Expenses shall include, but not be limited to, expenses incurred with respect to trailers, art work, promotional materials, delivery materials, advertising, and any and all expenses incurred by Westar for the sales, marketing and distribution of the Eclipse Pictures, the exploitation of the Rights, and reasonable attorney's fees and costs for any third party claims or causes of action related to the Eclipse Pictures. All Distribution Expenses incurred by Westar shall be paid to, or reimbursed to, Westar by Eclipse as and when incurred by Westar. Editing, Resetting and Foreign Versions: Westar may make or cause to be made and/or authorize others to make English-language and foreign-language versions of the Eclipse Pictures, whether dubbed versions, superimposed versions or otherwise, all with prior consultation with Eclipse. Eclipse will pay Westar for same as a Distribution Expense if not paid by the territorial distributor. Westar may also grant to any other persons, firms, corporation or entities the right to make foreign-language versions in the Territory during the Term. Westar, with the prior written consent of Eclipse, may change the title of any Eclipse Pictures in connection with its distribution in all or any part of the Territory if, in the judgement of Westar, it is desirable or expedient to do so. Music Synchronization License Rights: Eclipse hereby licenses to Westar for the Term and Territory the synchronization rights in the Eclipse Pictures, only to be used in connection with the distribution or exploitation of the Eclipse Pictures in all media throughout the World. All other music rights including performance rights are held by Eclipse. Westar's Credit: Westar and its designees shall receive the following credits with respect to the exploitation of the Eclipse Pictures:
Distribution Expenses means the costs, excluding administration costs, incurred by a Party or for its account, specifically attributable to the distribution of a Licensed Product in the U.S. Territory, to be calculated in the manner set forth in Exhibit A.
Distribution Expenses means, other than Selling Expenses and any fees and expenses of the Investor’s external legal counsel, all expenses incurred in connection with a Piggy-Back Registration, including: (i) applicable registration listing and filing fees; (ii) fees and expenses of compliance with applicable securities laws; (iii) printing and copying expenses; (iv) messenger and delivery expenses; (v) expenses incurred in connection with any road show and marketing activities; (vi) fees and disbursements of counsel to the Company; (vii) fees and disbursements of all independent public accountants (including the expenses of any audit and/or “comfort” letter) and fees and expenses of any other special experts retained by the Company; (viii) translation expenses; and (ix) any other fees and disbursements of underwriters customarily paid by issuers or sellers of securities;