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Created On: 2021-01-27
Record Count: 11
- Media & Entertainment
- Entertainment & Recreation
- Printing & Publishing
- Motion Pictures
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5296
IPSCIO Record ID: 26618
IPSCIO Record ID: 2399
IPSCIO Record ID: 275987
Licensor works closely with the world's leading sports organizations to aggregate and thoughtfully manage the distribution of game highlights, player interviews and other fan-interest content to television, radio, print and online news outlets while preserving and leveraging the value of their premium brands.
â€˜Licensed Media' means each and every internet web-page located on any web-portal, web-site, domain name, sub-domain or URL, or mobile application owned, operated, powered, licensed or controlled by Customer or any affiliated entity of Customer, whether now existing or to be created during the Term, including, without limitation, those operating on mobile phones, tablets, personal digital assistants, pagers, hybrid devices, Connected TV, other wireless enabled devices and applications, any fixed or mobile electronic distribution or computer network delivery platform or device (whether now known or devised in future).
IPSCIO Record ID: 66650
Shall mean the service owned, controlled and operated by Licensee specifically in accordance with the descriptions contained herein, and solely branded under the name VNUE (without the ability to 'white-label' the Service to third parties) that enables End Users to purchase Longform Concert Products for personal and private use via the Company Site, the Company App, Authorized Retail Vendors or embeddable frame on a third party website. It being understood that VNUE will build, offer and support a content management system that will allow Publisher to track and monitor which Longform Concert Products embody approved Publisher Compositions and the corresponding sales data for each such product.
Business Model and Price points
Service will be available via a free-to-download application and or via embeddable app/widget on third party platforms. End Users can purchase individual Longform Concert Products, with a rough range of pricepoints as follows:
Audio-only Longform Concert Products – ~$4.99 – $9.99
Audio-visual Longform Concert Products – ~$9.99 – $24.99
Business Model and Price points:
It is expressly understood that some Longform Concert Products might be offered free to end user and subsidized by a third party corporate sponsor. Licensee will review those instances with Publisher on a case by cases basis. Any such sponsorship shall not directly or indirectly imply an endorsement from Publisher, Publisher Composition, songwriter or Publisherâ€™s other clients.
The Publisher represents music in various genres from songwriters and catalogs. It specializes in the areas of classical, Christian/gospel, and production music; and provides services in the areas of film, TV, and music administration.
IPSCIO Record ID: 166931
The Networks refer to Spanish language television networks and affiliated television broadcast stations and cable television systems.
Broadcast or network broadcast means all electronic forms or other means now known or hereafter developed of transmission and re-transmission, including but not limited to over-the-air television, cable television, low power television, multi-point distribution systems, wire, fiber optics, microwave, and satellite, except for purposes of delivery of the Programs.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26448
The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee the perpetual exclusive license to exploit the Show Trademarks exclusively with the other rights hereunder granted.
IPSCIO Record ID: 153754
In the case of the TV Program, the Licensors name, goodwill and use of copyright is licensed.
The agreement is for the medical education industry.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27913
DESCRIPTION OF LICENSED PROPERTY
'Zoey 101' (65 episodes)
'Ned's De-Classified School Survival Guide' (55 episodes)
'Roxy Hunter' TV movie franchise (4 tv movies)
'Shredderman Rules' (1 tv movie)
'Last Day of Summer' (1 tv movie)
'Gym Teacher' (1 upcoming tv movie)
'Spectacular' (1 upcoming tv movie musical)
'Soul Surfer: The Bethany Hamilton Story' (1 upcoming feature film)
'Millennium Kiss' (1 upcoming feature film)
IPSCIO Record ID: 26350
IPSCIO Record ID: 28530
The Product: Magazine with covermount to be published every 21 days
Muffin the Mule began life in 1933 as an un-named character in the `Hogarth's puppet circus and 13 years later he was privileged to be chosen by Annette Mills (sister of Sir John Mills) to appear in a BBC programme called Children's Hour. Muffin the Mule made his TV debut on October 20, 1946 and became an instant favourite, with the claiming him as `the first ever star to be made by British Television. Muffin was credited for beginning the post-war industry in character merchandise with toys, games, books and gifts all produced in recognition of his immense appeal. Loved equally by adults and children alike in the 1950's. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Muffin's first and to commemorate his `iconic brand status the BBC commissioned 40 new animated episodes that they intend to launch on CBBC from September 2005.