The Right to Short Reporting on Major Events where Exclusive Rights for Their Television Broadcast Have Been Acquired in a Transfrontier Context: Recommendation No. R (91) 5 Adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 11 April 1991 and Explanatory Memorandum
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 1995 - Freedom of information - 18 pages
Recommendation No. R (91) 5.
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11 April able to charge access to information acquire exclusive rights acquires the exclusivity additional expenses incurred Article 9 authorisation broadcaster from country broadcaster holds broadcaster wishing broadcasters concerned broadcasting organisation Committee of Ministers Convention on Transfrontier Council of Europe countries covered country A acquires enable the public European Convention event organiser event takes place events where exclusive exclusive television broadcast exclusivity for country explanatory memorandum Financial terms framework given country holds the exclusive insert the logo legislation or regulations Librairie limitations main broadcast major event takes major organised event notably Olympic games ondary broadcaster owner PORTUGAL primary broad primary broadcaster producing a short property right public to information public's right recommendation right holders right of access right to infor right to short rights acquired contractually scheduled news bulletins secondary broad secondary broadcaster self-contained element short report signal television rights transfrontier context Transfrontier Television Unless otherwise agreed