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Please allow time for the login to be created and for you to become familiar with the system. The completed PasC Forms should be ready on Silvermouse when you deliver the programme transmission master. You need to complete a form that is sent to TV listings magazine and EPG providers in the form of a billing template for each programme episode see Billing Templates. Please email post production scripts for subtitling purposes to ITV.
Hence, please could you provide us with a copy of your E and O insurance details, including confirmation from your insurer that the appropriate ITV companies are covered as additional insured parties as well as your company, for any claims arising from broadcast of the programme on ITV channels. These details should be sent to compliance. Failure to provide these details may lead to delays in payment from ITV Network.
The appropriate entities to be covered as additional insured parties are ITV Plc and its subsidiaries. ITV's insurance requirements are set out in the Terms of Trade and any enquiries should be made to your ITV Network Commercial Affairs contact, and any request for variation of these requirements must be made well in advance of delivery in writing. TVT will chase production teams up to two days before transmission at which point they will handover all the production information they have gathered to ITV Content Operations.
Within the two day late delivery window Content Operations will be your point of contact and you will need to liaise directly with them to confirm your delivery path.
The Content Operations team have compiled a list of contacts for each show, which is shared with TVT. Content Operations will take the production contact names and numbers from your contract. If these details change, please ensure you update Content Operations as soon as possible for upcoming shows. There may be additional costs associated with redeliveries so please ensure early communication with Content Operations in each case.
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Any re-deliveries of previously delivered programmes need to have a new production number. External productions will need to liaise with their contact in the ITV Compliance team, who will supply this for you. New content will need to be delivered with a new production ID for the new version, so a Re-delivery Form will need to be completed. Forc larity you will not receive anything back from TVT. While the majority of programmes will be delivered to their contracted delivery date in good time for transmission, there will be occasions when topical content will be produced and delivered close to or on the day of transmission.
Delivery of this category of content will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and processed as part of a strict Exceptions Process closely monitored and managed exclusively by ITV Content Operations. Production companies, who anticipate delivering their programme close to or on the day of transmission, must seek permission to do so in advance from ITV Content Operations. The process and method of delivery for all late delivered content must be agreed with ITV Content Operations at least two weeks in advance of the programmes scheduled transmission date. Implementing any other delivery route can be costly and difficult at short notice.
It is essential that you contact Content Operations to discuss delivery arrangements as soon as you are aware you might be delivering late.
Yes, email Content Operations at contentoperations itv. They will circulate the change to the correct business areas in ITV and come back to you on whether you can deliver to a new date or not. The systems at transmission will look ahead six weeks into the schedule. If the programme is not in the six week look-ahead window it will be deleted from TX, but it will reside on the ITV Archive storages indefinitely.
His adaptation of Wait for the Wind was published in Hardboiled Detectivenbsp;in He has written articles on theater law for the Chicago Alliance for Playwrights and is currently working on a novel in the legal thriller genre about a female attorney. A member of the Dramatists Guild and director emeritus of Chicago Alliance for Playwrights, he practices entertainment and real estate law.
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