Spot definition

Spot means a short processed audiovisual or only visual advertising or teleshopping message included in a block: ( hereinafter referred to asadvertising spot”), or a sponsor of the sponsor under the sponsored program (hereinafter referred to as “sponsor link”), while the advertiser is obliged to ensure the production of the advertising spot respectively sponsored link. The advertiser is required to ensure the delivery of the advertising spot respectively sponsored link to the address of Slovenská produkčná, a.s., in accordance with the contract and these General Terms and Conditions of Ensuring of the Broadcast of Media Commercial Communications within the “JOJ GROUP”.

Examples of Spot in a sentence

  • Such Spot Rates shall become effective as of such Revaluation Date and shall be the Spot Rates employed in converting any amounts between the applicable currencies until the next Revaluation Date to occur.

  • If you buy the CBBCs with a view to hedge against your exposure to any futures contract relating to the Index, it is possible that you could suffer loss in your investment in that futures contract and the CBBCs. In particular, you should note that when the Spot Level of the Index is close to the Call Level, the trading price of the CBBCs will be more volatile.

  • Spot cleaning should continue until as much of the spot or stain as possible has been removed.

  • Any amount specified in this Agreement (other than in Articles II, IX and X) or any of the other Loan Documents to be in Dollars shall also include the equivalent of such amount in any currency other than Dollars, such equivalent amount thereof in the applicable currency to be determined by the Administrative Agent at such time on the basis of the Spot Rate (as defined below) for the purchase of such currency with Dollars.

  • If you buy the CBBCs with a view to hedge against your exposure to the underlying Shares, it is possible that you could suffer loss in your investment in the underlying Shares and the CBBCs. In particular, you should note that when the Spot Price of the underlying Shares is close to the Call Price, the trading price of the CBBCs will be more volatile.


More Definitions of Spot

Spot means a contract for the immediate delivery of and payment for a product.
Spot means (i) an Advertising Spot, (ii) a Sponsorship Spot or (iii) a Teleshopping Spot;
Spot means the amount of numbers a player may play per game.‌
Spot means special purpose operational training;”; (q) the insertion after the abbreviation of "STOL " of the following abbreviation: " 'SVS' means Synthetic Vision System;”;