Complete Debate Restrictions to Which You Must Abide

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7:00 PM/ET and ending at 8:00 PM/ET

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Fox News Network, LLC, owner of the Fox Business Network has secured exclusive media rights to the Republican Presidential Primary Debate taking place at the Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and airing on the Fox Business Network, as well as Fox Business Mobile, foxbusiness.com and Fox News Radio (collectively hereinafter referred to as “Fox Business”), on November 10, 2015 beginning at 7:00 PM/ET and ending at 8:00 PM/ET (the “Debate”).  

You are hereby advised to respect Fox Business’ exclusive rights to the Debate by not broadcasting, transmitting, selling, licensing, giving, bartering, exchanging or otherwise disseminating the Debate, or any portion thereof, regardless of whether Fox Business supplied you the Debate or if the Debate or excerpts were supplied to you by other sources.  Permission to use the Debate is only granted if the following restrictions are adhered to:   

1)   An appropriate, unobstructed, on-screen credit, (i.e., “Courtesy of Fox Business Network”), must appear in the upper left or right hand corner of the screen during the entire Debate excerpt and the Debate excerpt must be introduced with an audio credit: “In a Debate on the Fox Business Network.”  On radio, each excerpt must be introduced with the same audio credit.

2)   During the seven (7) day period described in paragraph 4 below, you may not air more than a total amount of three minutes (3:00) of excerpts from the Debate in any one program (including video & audio).  

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3)   The excerpt footage must be taped directly from the Fox Business’ telecast or obtained directly from Fox Business and may not be obtained from any other source such as satellite, or other forms of transmission.  Additionally, only excerpts that have been telecast by Fox Business in their entirety may be used.  

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4)   Under no circumstances may an excerpt of the Debate or portions thereof be used beyond the seven (7) day period beginning November 10, 2015 at 8:01PM ET and continuing through November 17, 2015 at 8:00 PM/ET.  No archiving is permitted.

5)  The Debate excerpt may only appear in regularly scheduled network and local news programs in which news stories constitute the main feature of the program.   

6)   You may use the Debate, or excerpts thereof, on the internet only by way of the video embed function on the foxbusiness.com video player for as long as Fox Business shall make the Debate available on its video player.

Please advise your affiliates, subscribers, and any other entities to which you provide material for broadcast of these restrictions.  Please inform them that they may only use Debate excerpts in their local programming.

Any use of the Debate, except as specifically described above or as permitted pursuant to Fox Business’ agreements with its subscribers and affiliates, will be regarded as a violation of our rights and may subject violators to liability under applicable laws. Fox Business reserves all rights and remedies in the event of any violation of its rights.

9:00 PM/ET and ending at 11:00 PM/ET 

Fox News Network, LLC, owner of the Fox Business Network, has secured exclusive media rights to the Republican Presidential Primary Debate taking place at the Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and airing on the Fox Business Network, as well as Fox Business Mobile, foxbusiness.com and Fox News Radio (collectively hereinafter referred to as “Fox Business”), on November 10, 2015 beginning at 9:00 PM/ET and ending at 11:00 PM/ET (the “Debate”).  

You are hereby advised to respect Fox Business’ exclusive rights to the Debate by not broadcasting, transmitting, selling, licensing, giving, bartering, exchanging or otherwise disseminating the Debate, or any portion thereof, regardless of whether Fox Business supplied you the Debate or if the Debate or excerpts were supplied to you by other sources.  Permission to use the Debate is only granted if the following restrictions are adhered to:   

1)   An appropriate, unobstructed, on-screen credit, (i.e., “Courtesy of Fox Business Network”), must appear in the upper left or right hand corner of the screen during the entire Debate excerpt and the Debate excerpt must be introduced with an audio credit: “In a Debate on the Fox Business Network.”  On radio, each excerpt must be introduced with the same audio credit.

2)   During the seven (7) day period described in paragraph 4 below, you may not air more than a total amount of three minutes (3:00) of excerpts from the Debate in any one program (including video & audio).  

3)   The excerpt footage must be taped directly from the Fox Business’ telecast or obtained directly from Fox Business and may not be obtained from any other source such as satellite, or other forms of transmission.  Additionally, only excerpts that have been telecast by Fox Business in their entirety may be used.  

4)   Under no circumstances may an excerpt of the Debate or portions thereof be used beyond the seven (7) day period beginning November 10, 2015 at 11:01PM ET and continuing through November 17, 2015 at 11:00 PM/ET.  No archiving is permitted.

5)  The Debate excerpt may only appear in regularly scheduled network and local news programs in which news stories constitute the main feature of the program.   

6)   You may use the Debate, or excerpts thereof, on the internet only by way of the video embed function on the foxbusiness.com video player for as long as Fox Business shall make the Debate available on its video player.

Please advise your affiliates, subscribers, and any other entities to which you provide material for broadcast of these restrictions.  Please inform them that they may only use Debate excerpts in their local programming.

Any use of the Debate, except as specifically described above or as permitted pursuant to Fox Business’ agreements with its subscribers and affiliates, will be regarded as a violation of our rights and may subject violators to liability under applicable laws. Fox Business reserves all rights and remedies in the event of any violation of its rights.

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