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Agreement For Media Industry

09 Sep Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments
Agreement For Media Industry

C.3.1 The Contractor is obliged to provide Seven.One Media free of charge with all materials necessary for the placement of the advertising transaction before the agreed placement date. The technical and contextual acquisition of the equipment is the sole responsibility of the contractor. C.3.2 The technical specifications of Seven.One Media (www.Seven.Onemedia.de), in force at the time of placement and available on the Internet, are decisive. Regardless of the form of advertising, they define the technical quality of the material, the delivery time of the material before placement and the way in which the material is to be delivered. C.3.3 If no technical specification is defined for the advertising format, the filing period is 10 (10) working days before the agreed placement date and the material must be sent by e-mail to banner@Seven.OneMedia.de, HbbTV to: hbbtv@Seven.Onemedia.de A.15.1 The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies. The provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods do not apply. As the exclusive jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contractual relationship, Munich is agreed by this Agreement; However, Seven.One Media has the right to initiate legal proceedings against any alternative jurisdiction permitted by law. A.15.2 If one or more provisions of these GTC should be or become inoperative, they will not affect the effectiveness of all other provisions or agreements. The parties shall replace the ineffective provision with an alternative that is closest to the economic objective of the ineffective provision. The same applies in the event of any shortcomings in the contract. A.15.3 Amendments and additions to the Contract, including any changes to this clause, must be in writing.

Any declaration of termination or termination of the contract must be in writing. The written form within the meaning of this clause is the written form referred to in paragraphs 126, 1 and 2 of the Civil Code. However, the written form can also be respected by fax. C.9.1. If the Contractor obtains or collects data from the placement of advertising media on online services offered by PSD using specific techniques, such as the use of cookies or counting pixels, the Contractor shall ensure that the collection, processing and use of personal data comply with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A media partnership is an effective marketing solution for businesses with low or limited advertising budgets. To have the biggest impact, choose the medium you think is most useful to your organization, for example. B a television channel or television advertising company, newspaper or radio station. Once the media partnership is finalized, it will be your primary source for your entire advertising presence. As with any contract, you should be aware of the details related to the duration of the contract, liability and exclusivity. C.4.1 The placement is made in the usual resolution quality for the Internet service provider/HbbTV provider and depends on the technical standard of the technical equipment of the Internet service provider/HbbTV.C.4.2 The contractor is obliged to check the advertisement placed immediately after the first placement and to display any errors in the first week of placement.

At the end of this period, any errors shall be deemed to have been accepted. If, on expiry of the abovementioned period, the contractor requests an amendment to the commercial notification, he shall bear the costs of the amendment. C.4.3 If the advertising means are not provided in a timely, complete and/or non-compliant manner, Seven.One has the right to occupy the intended placements in another way until the advertising means are properly provided. The contract is then executed at the discretion of Seven.One Media. . . .

 

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