a mechanical device for scattering something (seed or fertilizer or sand etc.) in all directions
someone who broadcasts on radio or television
- damages from the other broadcaster;
- ‘qualifying broadcaster’ means a broadcaster who is deemed under subsection (2) to be a qualifying broadcaster;
- ‘broadcaster’ means a media service provider of television broadcasts;
- ‘broadcaster’ has the meaning assigned in the Council Directive;
- SVT is the main public service broadcaster in Sweden.
- Where it is alleged by a broadcaster (the ‘aggrieved broadcaster’) that any activity or conduct prohibited by section 4 or 5 is being, has been or is about to be carried on by one or more other broadcasters (the ‘other broadcaster’), the aggrieved broadcaster shall be entitled to apply to the High Court for the following remedies against the other broadcaster:
- Where a broadcaster under the jurisdiction of the State who is not a qualifying broadcaster acquires exclusive rights to broadcast a designated event, that broadcaster shall not broadcast the event unless the event has been made available to a qualifying broadcaster, in accordance with the order under section 2, on request and the payment of reasonable market rates by the qualifying broadcaster.
- If another broadcaster established in the same Member State as the broadcaster seeking access has acquired exclusive rights to the event of high interest to the public, access shall be sought from that broadcaster.
- The main players are the public service broadcaster (RAI) with three channels and the commercial broadcaster Mediaset, also with three channels.
- Therefore a broadcaster should first seek access from a broadcaster established in the same Member State having exclusive rights to the event of high interest to the public.
- The first Member State may adopt appropriate measures against the broadcaster concerned where it assesses that:
- also reduced its programming costs, like any commercial broadcaster whose revenue was reduced.
- The commercial broadcaster, TV3, submitted comments by letter of 14 April 2003.
- The commercial broadcaster SBS obtained the broadcasting rights of two national football cups.
- Continue the transformation of Radio Television of Montenegro into a public service broadcaster.