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  1.     MAIN DUTIES OF THE HOST BROADCASTER
  2.     DUTIES OF THE EBU

    VII. MAIN DUTIES OF THE HOST BROADCASTER

    1.    The obligations of the Host Broadcaster are outlined by a separate set of rules known as the Host Broadcaster Agreement; the following points reflect the main duties vis--vis the Participating Broadcasters.

    2.    The EBU Executive Supervisor has the final decision in any disputes between the participating Members and the Host Broadcaster.

    3.    The Host Broadcaster shall, in cooperation with the EBU Executive Supervisor, and by no later than 30 September 2003, present an organizing committee for the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with appointed persons (names) for all major positions.

    4.    The Host Broadcaster shall ensure that sufficient hotel accommodation (at least 2,000 beds) is available for the Participating Broadcasters’ delegations. The hotels must have a range of different price structures. The Host Broadcaster (or the designated travel agent) shall be entitled to ask for 50 % pre-payment of the rooms. It must be possible for Participating Broadcasters and press representatives to make such payments by credit card, or invoice and money transfer.

    5.    The Host Broadcaster, in cooperation with the EBU, shall organize a meeting of the Heads of Delegation on March 22-23 2004, with a view to informing the Participating Broadcasters of all planning arrangements for the event.

    6.    At the Heads of Delegation Meeting the Host Broadcaster shall organize a draw for the running order of the Qualifying Round and the Contest Final 2004. At that draw, the places for the 14 guaranteed Participating Broadcasters in the Grand Final shall be announced, while the remaining places, for the first ten Participating Broadcasters in the Qualifying Round, shall be allocated in accordance with the final positions attained in that Round.

    7.    National accreditations will be supervised by the head of delegation and host broadcaster. Accreditations from non-participating countries will be supervised by the EBU and the Host Broadcaster.

    8.    The Host Broadcaster shall make every effort to meet the requests of Participating Broadcasters in relation to the stage performance of their songs, where feasible and insofar as such requests do not conflict with the creative concept of staging the event.

    9.    The Host Broadcaster shall provide special facilities for visiting broadcasters and visiting rightsholders, including provision for the hiring of ENG crews, studios, space for television vehicles, private cars, etc. All requests for such facilities must be made in writing to the Host Broadcaster by the HoD meeting on March 22-23 2004 at the latest. Any special facilities may be charged for by the Host Broadcaster at EBU-supervised rates. Non-participating members, coming from participating countries, and requesting special facilities at the event, must have the permission of the national Head of Delegation.

    10.    The Host Broadcaster shall ensure the complete production of two live uninterrupted television programmes, each lasting a maximum of three hours, on each Eurovision Song Contest 2004 evening, in accordance with the top-level quality and editorial standards of all Participating Broadcasters. It shall also ensure delivery of the signal incorporating the productions to the Eurovision network.

    11.    The Host Broadcaster shall provide for at least three commercial breaks during the programme on each of the two evenings, for those Participating Broadcasters wishing to use them. Two breaks will be a maximum of one minute and thirty seconds each, once during the performing and once during the voting. The third break (interval act) is expected to run between five and eight minutes. As early as possible, but no later than the HoD meeting on March 22-23 2004, the Host Broadcaster shall inform the Participating Broadcasters of the detailed running order for the programme of each evening, and a detailed rehearsal schedule.

    12.    Product placement and on-screen, overt, or any other form of advertising outside the commercial breaks are prohibited during the live transmission on each evening, with the exception of on-screen identification of (a maximum of two) providers, appointed by the EBU, of the scoreboard computer graphic display and data transmission, all insofar as allowed under national laws or European regulations. The gaps between the performance of the songs may not be used as an opportunity to advertise, but the Host Broadcaster may feature, to a modest degree and in an appropriate manner, products or services customarily used for local tourism, subject to the prior written approval by the EBU.


    VIII. DUTIES OF THE EBU

    1.    The EBU has appointed an Executive Supervisor with direct responsibility for overseeing and guiding all aspects of the financial, organizational, and creative planning and execution of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. The Executive Supervisor shall work closely with the Host Broadcaster to support all aspects of the national planning and production. The Executive Supervisor and the EBU Head of Live Events shall both be members of the Reference Group. The duties of that Reference Group are clearly outlined in the document attached entitled: The Role of the Reference Group.

    2.    The EBU shall be responsible for ensuring the previews are distributed over the Eurovision satellite network at least six weeks before the 2004 Contest Final, and for ensuring the technical quality required for satisfactory delivery of the Eurovision Song Contest programmes to the Participating Broadcasters.

    3.    The EBU shall ensure that the international transmissions for the Qualifying Round and the Grand Final do not breach any national laws. The EBU shall also be responsible for ensuring that Participating Broadcasters grant the necessary sponsorship and advertising exposure to the marketing partners and suppliers.

    4.    The EBU and TEAM, the Eurovision Song Contest exclusive marketing agent, in consultation with the Reference Group, shall be responsible for the marketing of all commercial exploitation rights for the benefit of the Participating Broadcasters and the Host Broadcaster.

    5.    The EBU shall be responsible for all aspects of the branding of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, and shall bear the cost of this branding. The brand chosen shall be approved by the Eurovision Song Contest Reference Group.

    6.    The EBU shall be responsible for collating the market information of the 2004 Contest Final to help boost the possibilities for pan- European sponsorship of subsequent events.

    7.    The EBU shall create and administer the international website for the 2004 Contest Final and thereafter. The cost of establishing and maintaining the website shall be borne by the EBU.

    8.    The EBU shall be responsible for coordinating all sales of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 to non-participating Broadcasters, for the financial benefit of Participating Broadcasters and the Host Broadcaster.

    9.    The EBU shall be responsible for the creation of an international highlights programme of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, to be offered for sale to non-participating broadcasters and others, for the financial benefit of Participating Broadcasters and the Host Broadcaster.

    10.    The EBU shall appoint international monitors to oversee all aspects of the televoting procedure.

    11.    The EBU Executive Supervisor shall be responsible for overseeing the voting operations leading up to the final classification of the winning country, for any decisions required in the course of the voting and for giving any necessary instructions to the presenter(s) and the scoreboard operator(s).

    12.    The EBU shall be responsible for collating all the voting information after the event, and for ensuring that all broadcasters submit the results from their televoting procedure and/or their stand-by juries. All televoting results may be posted on the official Eurovision website (http://www.eurovision.tv/ebu/micro_index.htm). The unused stand-by jury results shall be kept confidential by the EBU.

    13.    The EBU shall be responsible for managing the archive of the Eurovision Song Contest from 2004 onwards.


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