REDISTRIBUTION – LEGAL

Jazz Boulevard Radio Show and podcast, are produced for broadcast on CRTC (*)-licensed and reporting Community Radio station.

Podcasts of Jazz Boulevard Radio Show are made available on various podcasting platforms and websites for use on home computers, portable players, and mobile devices for private, non-commercial use.

If you use the Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcast content on your Web site, you must do so without any alteration of the content and with no advertising in between your Web site and the link to the content.

No rights are granted to any trademarks, icons, logos, or other brand identifiers of Jazz Boulevard Radio Show and / or of any station carrying the program.

The producers of Jazz Boulevard Radio Show reserve the right to discontinue providing any or all of the podcast content at any time and to require you to cease using any or all of the Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcast content for any reason.

Jazz Boulevard Radio Show, its Producers, and stations carrying the program assume no liability for any of your activities in connection with the Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcast content on your Web site, computer or portable players,  or mobile devices.

COMMERCIAL USES & REDISTRIBUTION

Commercial podcast-content oriented mobile app creators, commercial websites aggregating podcast content, or any other for-profit oriented podcast related undertakings (mobile, internet, hardware-based, software based, or other) are required to acquire “EXPRESSED CONSENT(1)” from the producers of the Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcast before including any Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcast content.

No “IMPLIED CONSENT (2)” is given by the act of creating Jazz Boulevard Radio Show podcasts, or by virtue of their distribution elsewhere, or by a lack of response to any communications (verbal, printed, electronic, email, digital, or other) sent to the Producers of Jazz Boulevard Radio Show.

(1) expressed consent
n. agreement in writing (printed, electronic, email, digital) to do something or to allow something to happen only after all the relevant facts are known, requiring full disclosure by both parties of everything each party needs to know which is significant to the agreement.

(2) implied consent
n. consent when surrounding circumstances exist which could lead a reasonable person to believe that this consent had been given, although no direct, express or explicit words of agreement had been uttered, written, or communicated.

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