secondary rights

secondary rights

noun ancillary rights, contingent rights, indirect rights, subordinated rights, subsequent rights
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Amazon outbid online rival Netflix and also ITV, which may bid for secondary rights to screen the series.
The Beeb's attempt to retain one of sports "golden jewels" comes at a time when it's cutting costs in an attempt to save PS700m and there's believed to be a possibility of the corporation doing a deal with a satellite partner, as they have with Sky for secondary rights to F1, to keep matches on terrestrial television.
S4C has secured the secondary rights to broadcast the Rugby World Cup 2015 in England - and the channel says it will provide an attractive package of live matches, highlights, analysis and chat programmes.
there was an explosion in the secondary rights market for top U.
Before joining Skywest Airlines, Scott was a partner in City of London Law firm Speechly Bircham where he specialised in company law, private and public corporate acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, IPOs and secondary rights issues, company start-ups and corporate governance.
Without the certainty of being able to make an economic return on investment in content, and through secondary rights for use online and exports around the world, enthusiasm would dry up for investment in music, television and film.
APA's Escalated Advocacy and Secondary Rights Efforts Offer Expanded Benefits to New and Current Members
In Abyei the expert said the Misseriya only have secondary rights but not owner rights.
The costs could be offset by selling secondary rights outside the US market, for example, and owning images allows for follow-up stories quoting 'friends' and 'sources'.
When you consider this, you begin to appreciate just how important copyright and other secondary rights income-streams are for survival.
His central question is the extent to which European asylum law is in conformity with international asylum law and he addresses this question in chapters dealing with qualification, procedures, allocation, and secondary rights individually.
Its relationship with Haydock - at which Channel 4 is currently secondary rights holder - could survive until July next year, when its contract runs out.