Haw. Code R. § 3-70-13 - Radio, television, press

Current through February, 2022

(a) It shall be the general policy of the authority to grant all radio broadcast, newsreel footage in excess of three minutes of an individual event, motion picture, television, closed circuit television, home-paid television, and similar rights, hereinafter collectively referred to as ancillary rights, to the licensee to which these rights pertain; provided that the authority may withhold permission from any licensee to broadcast by radio and television in the State when, in the opinion of the authority, such broadcasting may substantially affect the attendance at the stadium for an event; and provided further that the authority may impose a percentage charge of all consideration received by the licensee for ancillary rights from an event held at or from use made of the stadium.
(b) Subject to any directions by the authority, the manager shall have complete control of the press boxes and shall be in charge of issuing passes therefor. The manager shall, however, consult with the licensee regarding authorized media personnel entitled to cover the event.
(c) Television and radio stations shall not place banners in front of the press boxes or anywhere else without permission of the manager. Such banners may be used only when a telecast or broadcast is actually taking place.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 3-70-13
[Eff 6/12/81; am 9/17/82; comp SEP 18 2006] (Auth: HRS § 109-2) (Imp: HRS § 109-2) Comp 9/7/2019

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