Phonorecords definition

Phonorecords or “records”, as used herein, means any and all methods of mechanically reproducing the musical Composition including, but not limited to, phonograph records, cassette tapes, digital audio tape, compact disc and any and all methods of reproducing the Composition, now known or to later come into existence.
Phonorecords means all forms of reproduction, now known or hereafter devised, manufactured and/or distributed primarily for personal use, home use, school use, juke box use or use in means of transportation, including sound-alone recordings, audiovisual recordings, interactive media (e.g., CD-ROM and DVD-ROM) and electronic transmissions.
Phonorecords shall have the meaning set forth in 17 U.S.C. § 101.

Examples of Phonorecords in a sentence

  • Phonorecords of the sound recording have been distributed to the public under the authority of the copyright owner or the copy- right owner authorizes the transmitting en- tity to transmit the sound recording, and the transmitting entity makes the phonorecord under this subsection from a phonorecord law- fully made and acquired under the authority of the copyright owner.

  • Copyright Royalty Board, Library of Congress, Determination of Royalty Rates and Terms for Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Phonorecords III), March 19, 2018,

  • Corrected Written Direct Testimony of Richard Watt, Ph.D. (Copyright Owners), Phonorecords IV, Nov.

  • List of Subjects in 37 CFR Part 385 Copyright, Phonorecords, Recordings.

  • Rates and Terms for Use of Nondramatic Musical Works in the Making and Distributing of Phys- ical and Digital Phonorecords, Attachment A, § 385.21, No. 16-CRB-0003-PR (2018–2022), [hereinafter Phonorecords]; Peti- tions to Participate, COPYRIGHT ROYALTY BD.

  • Once a musical composition is published in the United States on phonorecords, others are permitted to make subsequent sound recordings of the musical composition subject to a compulsory licensing provision in the copyright law.2 For more information, see Compulsory License for Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Circular 73).

  • See Determination of Royalty Rates and Terms for Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Phonorecords III), 84 Fed.

  • Eisenach on Behalf of SESAC (December 23, 2016) In Re: Determination of Royalty Rates and Terms of Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Phonorecords III), United States Copyright Royalty Judges, Written Direct Report of Jeffrey A.

  • See, e.g., United States Copyright Royalty Board, Determination of Royalty Rates and Terms for Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Phonorecords III), Dkt.

  • In Re Determination of Royalty Rates and Terms for Making and Distributing Phonorecords (Phonorecords III), Docket No. 16-CRB-0003-PR (2018-22), Attachment A §§ 385.2, 385.21; Parisi, supra note 77.

More Definitions of Phonorecords

Phonorecords means material objects in which sounds, other than those accompanying a motion picture or other audiovisual work, are fixed by any method now known or later developed, and from which the sounds can be perceived, reproduced, or otherwise communicated, either directly or with the aid of a machine or device. The term “phonorecords” includes the material object in which the sounds are first fixed.

Related to Phonorecords

  • Records means any written or recorded information, regardless of physical form or characteristics, which is produced or acquired by the Party in the performance of this agreement. Records produced or acquired in a machine readable electronic format shall be maintained in that format. The records described shall be made available at reasonable times during the period of the Agreement and for three years thereafter or for any period required by law for inspection by any authorized representatives of the State or Federal Government. If any litigation, claim, or audit is started before the expiration of the three-year period, the records shall be retained until all litigation, claims or audit findings involving the records have been resolved.

  • Client Records has the meaning set forth in Section 3.14.

  • Business Books and Records has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 1.01(a)(xi).

  • Computer means an electronic device that accepts information in digital or similar form and manipulates it for a result based on a sequence of instructions.

  • Medical Records the Study Subjects’ primary medical records kept by the Institution on behalf of the Study Subjects, including, without limitation, treatment entries, x-rays, biopsy reports, ultrasound photographs and other diagnostic images. Zdravotní záznamy: primární zdravotní záznamy Subjektů studie vedené Zdravotnickým zařízením ve vztahu k Subjektu studie, zejména záznamy o poskytnuté péči, zázanym o RTG vyšetřeních, protokoly o provedených biopsiích, snímky z ultrazvukových vyšetření a další snímky diagnostické povahy. Study Data: all records and reports, other than Medical Records, collected or created pursuant to or prepared in connection with the Study including, without limitation, reports (e.g., CRFs, data summaries, interim reports and the final report) required to be delivered to Sponsor pursuant to the Protocol and all records regarding inventories and dispositions of all Investigational Product. Studijní data a údaje: veškeré záznamy, zprávy a protokoly, jež jsou odlišné od Zdravotních záznamů, a které jsou získány, shromážděny či vytvořeny v návaznosti na či připraveny v souvislosti se Studií, zejména zprávy, záznamy a protokoly (např., CRFs, datové přehledy, mezitímní zprávy a protokoly, a závěrečná zpráva), které jsou požadovány, aby byly poskytnuty Zadavateli v souladu s Protokolem a veškerými záznamy ohledně inventurní evidence a nakládání s veškerým množstvím Hodnoceného léčiva.

  • Vital records means certificates or reports of birth, death, fetal death, marriage, dissolution, annulment, and related data.

  • Keys means keys, codes or devices in the Seller’s possession or control for all locks or security systems on the Property or necessary to access the Property;

  • Educational records means: those official records, files, and data directly related to a student and maintained by the school or local education agency (LEA), including but not limited to records encompassing all the material kept in the student's cumulative folder such as general identifying data, records of attendance and of academic work completed, records of achievement and results of evaluative tests, health data, disciplinary status, test protocols, and individualized education programs.

  • Transferred Books and Records means all books, operating records, engineering designs, blueprints, as-built plans, specifications, procedures, studies, reports, manuals, equipment repair records, safety records, maintenance records, service records, supplier, contractor and subcontractor lists, pending purchase orders, property and sales Tax Returns and related Tax records, and all Transferred Employee Records (in each case, in the format (including electronic format) in which such items are reasonably and practically available), in each case, in the possession of Seller to the extent relating specifically to the ownership or operation of the Facilities and the Acquired Assets; provided, that “Transferred Books and Records” shall not include: (a) any files or records relating to any employees who are not Transferred Employees, (b) files or records relating to any Transferred Employee afforded confidential treatment under any applicable Laws, except to the extent the affected employee consents in writing to such disclosure to Buyer, (c) all records prepared in connection with the sale of the Acquired Assets (and Seller’s other generation assets), including bids received from Third Parties and analyses relating to the Acquired Assets, (d) financial records, books of account or projections relating to the Acquired Assets, (e) books, records or other documents of Seller or its Affiliates related to corporate compliance matters not primarily developed for the Acquired Assets, (f) organizational documents (including minute books) of Seller, (g) materials, the disclosure of which would constitute a waiver of attorney-client or attorney work product privilege, or (h) any other books and records which Seller is prohibited from transferring to Buyer under applicable Law and is required by applicable Law to retain.

  • Electronic Record(s means the electronic record as defined under clause (t) of sub-section (1) of section 2 of the Information Technology Act, 2000.

  • Pupil Records Means both of the following: (1) Any information that directly relates to a pupil that is maintained by LEA and (2) any information acquired directly from the pupil through the use of instructional software or applications assigned to the pupil by a teacher or other local educational LEA employee.

  • Books and Records means all files, documents, instruments, papers, books and records relating to the Business or Condition of the Company, including financial statements, internal reports, Tax Returns and related work papers and letters from accountants, budgets, pricing guidelines, ledgers, journals, deeds, title policies, minute books, stock certificates and books, stock transfer ledgers, Contracts, Licenses, customer lists, computer files and programs (including data processing files and records), retrieval programs, operating data and plans and environmental studies and plans.

  • University Records means records or record systems that Proposer (1) creates, (2) receives from or on behalf of University, or (3) has access, and which may contain confidential information (including credit card information, social security numbers, and private health information (PHI) subject to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 (Public Law 104-191), or education records subject to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). General Protection of University Records

  • Receivables Records means (i) all original copies of all documents, instruments or other writings or electronic records or other Records evidencing the Receivables, (ii) all books, correspondence, credit or other files, Records, ledger sheets or cards, invoices, and other papers relating to Receivables, including, without limitation, all tapes, cards, computer tapes, computer discs, computer runs, record keeping systems and other papers and documents relating to the Receivables, whether in the possession or under the control of Grantor or any computer bureau or agent from time to time acting for Grantor or otherwise, (iii) all evidences of the filing of financing statements and the registration of other instruments in connection therewith, and amendments, supplements or other modifications thereto, notices to other creditors or secured parties, and certificates, acknowledgments, or other writings, including, without limitation, lien search reports, from filing or other registration officers, (iv) all credit information, reports and memoranda relating thereto and (v) all other written or nonwritten forms of information related in any way to the foregoing or any Receivable.

  • Collection Records means all manually prepared or computer generated records relating to collection efforts or payment histories with respect to the Receivables.

  • Digital books means works that are generally recognized in the ordinary and usual sense as books.

  • Monthly Records means all records and data maintained by the Servicer with respect to the Receivables, including the following with respect to each Receivable: the account number; the originating Dealer; Obligor name; Obligor address; Obligor home phone number; Obligor business phone number; original Principal Balance; original term; Annual Percentage Rate; current Principal Balance; current remaining term; origination date; first payment date; final scheduled payment date; next payment due date; date of most recent payment; new/used classification; collateral description; days currently delinquent; number of contract extensions (months) to date; amount of Scheduled Receivables Payment; and past due late charges.

  • Correspondence between the Company, the Union, or any member of the Union arising out of this Agreement or incidental thereto, shall pass to and from the Company, the Union and member by verifiable means.

  • Notebook computer means a computer designed specifically for portability and to be operated for extended periods of time either with or without a direct connection to an AC power source.‌

  • Criminal records check means any criminal records check conducted by the superintendent of the bureau of criminal identification and investigation in accordance with division (B) of this section.

  • Log means the up-to-date log that is used to track all Modifications to the Facility since the date of this Certificate as required by the Documentation Requirements conditions of this Certificate.

  • Cards means either a Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit card, debit card (or other similar card that requires a PIN for identification purposes), or pre-paid, stored-value or gift card.

  • Property records means the records created and maintained by the contractor in support of its stewardship responsibilities for the management of Government property.

  • Files and Records means all files, records and other information of the Company relating to the Business or the Shares, whether in hard copy or magnetic or other format including customer lists and records, referral sources, equipment maintenance records, plant plans, equipment warranty information, research and development reports and records, specifications and drawings, sales and advertising material, Software, correspondence, manuals, studies, sales literature and promotional material, production reports and records, operating guides, copies of financial and accounting records and copies of records relating to the employees and Personnel of the Company to be employed by Purchaser following the Closing.

  • Student Records Means both of the following: (1) Any information that directly relates to a student that is maintained by LEA and (2) any information acquired directly from the student through the use of instructional software or applications assigned to the student by a teacher or other LEA employee. For the purposes of this Agreement, Student Records shall be the same as Educational Records, and Covered Information, all of which are deemed Student Data for the purposes of this Agreement. Service Agreement: Refers to the Contract or Purchase Order to which this DPA supplements and modifies.

  • Desktop computer means a computer where the main unit is intended to be located in a permanent location, often on a desk or on the floor. Desktops are not designed for portability and utilize an external computer display, keyboard, and mouse. Desktops are designed for a broad range of home and office applications.