Public Video Public Video "The exploitation of content embodied in a Videogram
only for direct exhibition before an audience in a ""mini -theater"", an ""MTV theater"" or like establishment that charges an admission to use the viewing facility or to view the Videogram
, and that is not licensed as a traditional motion picture theater in the place where the viewing occurs.
85-660 of July 3, 1985 on Author's Rights and on the Rights of Performers, Producers of Phonogram and Videogram
and Audiovisual Communication Enterprises], Journal Officiel de la Republique Francaise [J.
His career in public service began right after college when, at age 22, he was appointed the youth representative in the Videogram
The natural consequence of this increase in production costs is the need to make the initial investment profitable, to resort to secondary revenue sources such as videogram
sales, sale on the domestic market for second airing or sale abroad.
62) Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas, TJCE, Foreningen af danske Videogram
-distributorer, FDV v.
Historically (2002), these fees would not include any royalties for the DVD distribution, so that would be additional fees the production company would pay under a videogram
Last year, the 250th anniversary of Arthur Guinness signing the lease of his brewery, Bono sent a videogram
from New York and Tom Jones sang in a pub round the corner.
electrical broadcasting, synchronization, videogram
, sampling, musical
El Tel, though, opted to send his presidential benediction to the assembled by videogram
9239, otherwise "An Act Regulating Optical Media, Reorganizing for the Purpose the Videogram
Regulatory Board, Providing Penalties Therefore, and For Other Purposes".
John Kennedy, chairman and chief executive of the International Federation of Phonogram and Videogram
Producers (IFPI) said: "This report outlines a list of top ten priority countries where actions - not lip-service - are most pressingly needed.
20) According to the International Federation of Phonogram and Videogram
Producers (IFPI) music piracy in 2000 was at least 90 per cent in China, 85 per cent in Indonesia, 50 per cent in Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, and 30 per cent in Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea.