SPECIAL CONDITIONS D - PRESS

28. SCOPE OF SPECIAL CONDITIONS D

28.1   These Special Conditions D apply to all Attendees who hold press accreditation from the Executive or press badges or other entitlements to enter British racecourses allocated by or on behalf of the RCA other than on-course bookmakers' representatives (Press Accreditation).  At the time of publication of these Conditions this function is performed by the RCA/HWPA Press Liaison Committee but these Special Conditions D apply to any press badges allocated by this or any successor body empowered by the RCA to do so.

28.2   Only those persons who attend the Racecourse holding a valid and subsisting Press Accreditation (Authorised Journalists) will be entitled to enter the Racecourse on the basis of these Special Conditions D. 

28.3   Without prejudice to Condition 28.2, these Special Conditions D apply whether or not an Authorised Press Attendee holds a badge, PASS Card or other entitlement to enter the Racecourse.

29. SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR HOLDERS OF PRESS ACCREDITATION

29.1   In these Special Conditions D the following words and expressions shall have the following meanings:
(a)       Article means any composition or fixture report created at the Racecourse about a race or fixture or about any person involved in any race or fixture, whether for immediate, simultaneous or delayed publication or other distribution.

(b)       Internet means the global network of computer systems using TCP/IP protocols known as the world wide web.

(c)       Mobile Text Service means a service, whether free or pay, via which text only (that is, no audio/visual content whatsoever) versions of Articles are distributed using mobile telecommunications technologies such as GPRS and 3G to devices which are capable of two-way communications of data and voice and intended for use while the user is in motion.

(d)       Newspaper and News Magazine mean, respectively, a newspaper or magazine published and distributed in printed paper format but specifically excluding any "one off", special or commemorative edition or supplement and newspaper or magazine based on a specific racecourse.

(e)       Publish means to use, reproduce, distribute, store or communicate to any person in any form (whether in hard or electronic copy, whether permanent or transient and whether existing now or invented in the future).
29.2   Authorised Journalists shall produce satisfactory evidence of their Press Accreditation upon demand.  We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Attendee who does not produce such evidence when asked to do so.

29.3   All Authorised Journalists granted access to the Racecourse under these Special Conditions D must hold and maintain, or their employers must hold and maintain, comprehensive and adequate public liability insurance with a reputable insurer on industry standard terms to cover a reasonable level of liability for any claim for which they may become liable as a result of any loss or damage which they cause whilst present on the Racecourse.  We reserve the right to refuse entry to, or to expel, any Attendee admitted under these Special Conditions D who does not produce satisfactory evidence of such insurance on demand or within such period as we may determine.

29.4   Authorised Journalists must wear any form of identification issued by us to identify them as Authorised Journalists and will return any such identification upon request.

29.5   Save as we may expressly agree otherwise in writing from time to time, Authorised Journalists must not wear any form of branded clothing or otherwise participate in any promotional or other commercial activity on the Racecourse.

29.6   Authorised Journalists will not do any of those things prohibited by Condition 10 save as expressly permitted by these Special Conditions D.

29.7   Authorised Journalists will only Publish Articles:
(a)       in a Newspaper or News Magazine or other relevant websites approved by the Executive in writing; or
(b)       as a reproduction on the Internet or a Mobile Text Service of an equivalent electronic version (operating under the same or a substantially similar title or brand name) of any Newspaper or News Magazine in which the Article is actually Published.  The terms upon which any Article is made available on an Internet website or a Mobile Text Service must incorporate clear and legally binding provisions prohibiting:
(i)        the reduction of any Article to hard copy form; and/or
(ii)       the Publication of any Article except in order to enable it to be viewed on the relevant Internet website or Mobile Text Service.
We acknowledge that Newspaper and News Magazine versions of an Article may be published at different times to Internet website or Mobile Text Service versions of the same Article and that the different versions may therefore not be identical.

29.8   Authorised Journalists will not Publish
any statistics or other information for commercial exploitation as a data service (including but not limited to any of those items of racing data referred to in Conditions 10.1and 10.2).

29.9        Authorised Journalists are not permitted to take photographs in any area that would otherwise require photographers accreditation, nor, live stream or make other audio/visual records of any race, fixture or other activity on any area of the Racecourse unless they have also been permitted access to the Racecourse as Authorised Photographers under Special Conditions C or are otherwise permitted to do so under the terms of a Third Party Media Agreement and Special Conditions B.

29.10     Authorised Journalists must comply with the terms of any applicable BHA General Instructions which may be relevant to their activities on the Racecourse.  Particular attention is drawn to BHA Instructions 5.1 and 5.2(2) which are set out in the Annex to these Conditions.

29.11     Authorised Journalists can only use the Press Room or other press facilities when working.  Only Authorised Journalists may enter the press room.  No associates or family members may be brought into the Press Room.