Public Program Submission Form

Please use this form to submit a program for playback. Playback cannot except any programming without this form submission. Remember H.264 or SD codecs greater than 3.75Mbps in .mpg .m2t or .mov formats. Please submit content ready for air only NO EXTRA BLACK, BARS, SLATE, OR COUNTDOWN AT THE BEGINNING OR END OF THE PROGRAM. DVDs will NO LONGER be accepted after September 30th 2013. Thank you for your contribution to CTV Programming!
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    Release

    By checking the box below, I certify that program material that I submit for cablecast will not contain: 1. Material primarily designed to promote the sale of commercial products or services. 2. The solicitation or appeal for funds for any purpose (unless specifically authorized by CTV). 3. Material that constitutes or promotes any lottery or gambling enterprise. 4. Obscene material, which is defined by the U S. Supreme Court in Miller v. California, 413 U.S. 15, 24 (1974): “A work which, taken as a whole, (1) appeals to the prurient interest, (2) depicts or describes sexual conduct in a patently offensive way, and (3) lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.” CTV (its Board, agents, and employees) is not authorized to determine whether or not a program is obscene. 5. Material that constitutes libel, slander, invasion of privacy or publicity rights, unfair competition, violation of trademark or copyright, or that might violate any local, state, or federal law. 6. “Hate speech” or “fighting words,” which are defined by the U. S. Supreme Court as ‘those which by their very utterance inflict injury or tend to incite an immediate breach of the peace.”
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