Propose a Show
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Thanks for your interest in submitting an access request proposal to Rogers TV.
The information below will give you an idea of what we're looking for, and the terms and conditions
associated with program proposals, event coverage or appearances on existing Rogers TV shows.
If you understand and agree with the information, please click "I Agree"
and you will be directed to the appropriate submission page.
If you do not agree or do not understand the information, then click "I Do Not Agree".
Rogers TV's mandate is to be very local, so we're most interested in ideas that directly relate to the people who live in Corner Brook.
Be sure to explain the specific local angle or local niche your show, event or appearance captures, and how it’s relevant to this area.
If you would like Rogers TV to cover your event, there is no charge to you
or your group to record and broadcast your event. Rogers TV, however, may
solicit sponsors to offset the cost of producing the program.
Sponsorship funds are used to help initiate or improve Rogers TV programs.
Sponsorship acknowledgements may appear during the course of the coverage of your event.
No sponsorship agreements for any Rogers TV program may exist without Rogers TV’s agreement.
When requesting event coverage, provide as much advance notice as possible. A minimum of 3 to 4 weeks of lead time is best.
Furthermore, legal problems may arise if any part of your event is protected by copyright.
Any song, music, play or work created by an author who is alive or has not been dead for more
than 50 years may be copyright protected in Canada. Any person performing or recording such a work must
obtain permission from the owner of the copyright before the work is performed or recorded.
It is your obligation or your organization’s to ensure that all copyright and usage permissions
are secured prior to recording and production by Rogers TV.
In order to submit your proposal, you must also read and agree to the Program Proposal Agreement and Release.
A summary of the important issues, are below. The complete Program Proposal Agreement and Release follows this summary.
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