Media Rights definition

Media Rights means the right to create, distribute and transmit on a linear and/or on demand basis for reception at any time anywhere in the world by any and all means and in any and all media, whether now known or devised in the future (including, without limitation, all forms of television, radio, wireless and Internet distribution), audio-visual, visual and/or audio coverage of all relevant aspects of an FIVB competition and all associated and/or related rights, including fixed media and interactive rights.
Media Rights means the right to report upon, record, transmit or otherwise exploit any still or moving visual-only images, any audio-only material, any audio-visual material, any text and any data by any means whatsoever (whether now known or hereafter devised, developed or invented), any aspect or element of the Competition taking place within any site on a live and/or delayed basis in any media and by any means of delivery whether now known (including successor technologies) or hereafter invented. For the avoidance of doubt, the right to broadcast and/or transmit the basic audio-visual feed (or any supplemental feed) and the right to transmit radio commentary of any Competition Match constitutes Media Rights. The Media Rights include the right to record, create and exploit the official film of the Competition and/or similar audio-visual products and programming, and shall include Fixed Media Rights, Public Exhibition Rights, In-Flight Rights, In-Ship Rights and any news access rights.
Media Rights means all rights to negotiate, broadcast, and disseminate radio, television, motion picture, internet, webcast, and videotape broadcasting, telecasting, production, exhibition, or other sound, or visual exploitation of the Championships, on a live and/or delayed basis, by any means whatsoever, whether now known or hereafter developed; or otherwise distribute and exploit the Championships and/or any portion thereof in any manner in all forms of such media.

Examples of Media Rights in a sentence

  • The Commission recalls further its decision in Media Rights Agenda and Constitutional Rights Project v Nigeria, in which the Commission held that 40 See ECOSOC Guidelines paras 64 & 65.the State’s responsibility in the event of detention is even more evident to the extent that detention centers are its exclusive preserve, hence the physical integrity and welfare of detainees is the responsibility of the competent public authorities.

  • In the event USATF approves the access of a film, television, or other media crew to the sites of the Championships and/or the Host Event, USATF shall own any and all Media Rights regarding the Championships.

  • The Commission observes that in the present Communication, the only reason for which the Complainants were prevented from exercising this right was due to their31 Article 9 (1)32 Article 9 (2)33 See also Communications 105/93, 128/94, 130/94 and 152/96) - Constitutional Rights Project, Civil Liberties Organization and Media Rights Agenda v Nigeria.

  • In the present Communication, the Commission has reached the conclusion that the Respondent State violated Articles 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 15 and 16 of the41 Communication 105/93 – 128/94 – 130/94 – 152/96 – Media Rights Agenda & Constitutional Rights Project v Nigeria (1998) ACHPR, para 9142 See Communication 279/03-296/05 - Sudan Human Rights Organisation & Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) / Sudan (2010) ACHPR, para 227.Charter.


More Definitions of Media Rights

Media Rights means all rights (excluding Betting Rights) to broadcast, exhibit, transmit and exploit all audio, visual and audio-visual content (in whole or in part) in connection with the CEV Competition using any and all technical means or distribution systems (whether presently known, or developed, created, invented or become ready for use in the future) which enable that content to be received in any signal format and in any medium, platform or forum for communication using any existing or future devices (including, without limitation, wearable and other mobile devices) which permit that content to be viewed, interacted with or otherwise consumed at any time or in any manner chosen by either the recipient or the broadcaster or distributor of that content, including on a live, near-live, delayed, highlights, clips/excerpts or news access basis whether such rights are currently known or devised/invented in the future only. The Media Rights also include the non-exclusive right to use (registered, applied for and unregistered) event marks and CEV logo, whether presently or in the future, and those owned by the participating national federations/teams and local organising committee at the time of the event. For the avoidance of any doubt:
Media Rights means all audio, visual, and audio-visual rights in and to the EVENT including without limitation all terrestrial, satellite, cable and other television rights (free or pay TV), closed circuit, theatrical and non-theatrical, home video, DVD, Video On Demand, internet, broadband, mobile communications, and other new media rights, in ship, in flight and other transport rights, radio and other audio rights, photographic and any other means of transmitting images and sounds of the EVENT whether such means are now known or hereafter invented. For the avoidance of doubt, FIVB is the sole owner of the MEDIA RIGHTS.
Media Rights means the rights to media coverage of
Media Rights means each, any and all Production rights and Broadcasting rights.
Media Rights means the exclusive right to exploit world-wide and in all languages, all sound and moving picture rights (including, but not limited to, the International Feed) of any kind whatsoever whether now known or in the future created (including, but not limited to film, video, television, internet and mobile) in, of and pertaining to RUGBY EUROPE Events or a match, official training session or other official activity thereof, whether live or on delay or on demand;