In recent years, when TV shows were limited to a handful of channels, small businesses struggled to get their messages across to a wider audience. Today, with hundreds of channels and thousands of hours of program every day, small businesses have more outlets for their TV advertising. As with any advertising contract, both the advertiser and the outlet must fulfill their duties between themselves to obtain a fruitful relationship. The length of the cycle, the MPU, the applicability of session and maintenance fees, and the calculation of usage fees vary depending on the type of advertising. Cable and wild spots can be particularly complex, as royalties are calculated by adding up the unit weights allocated to each cable network or media market, with units based on the number of TV subscribers or households. The Contractor is obliged to fully release Seven.One Media and/or the internet service providers or television channels concerned at the request of any inconveniences that Seven.One Media may present due to or in connection with the performance of the contract. This applies in particular to claims of third parties, regardless of the legal ground, and also applies to the resulting legal defence costs. A.11.1 For conventional bookings [1], billing is made separately for each television channel from the beginning of the performance period. In the case of convergent bookings [2], the statement for PSD is made at the latest at the end of the first month of the service period. . .

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