Film and TV glossary R–S
Film and TV glossary R–S

The following TMT practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Film and TV glossary R–S
  • RadioPro Ltd
  • Recapture or turnaround provision
  • Remake rights
  • Rental and lending rights
  • Revived copyright
  • Right of integrity
  • Right of paternity
  • Rights clearances
  • Rushes
  • More...

Film and TV glossary R–S

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RadioPro Ltd

RadioPro Ltd accepts music from independent artists through RadioPro.eu. Those who play music in a public place may need a licence. Artists may upload their music to RadioPro.eu who will, on their behalf, offer it directly to commercial and creative users such as TV shows and series, movies, commercials and documentaries for a fee determined by the artist.

See Practice Note: Collecting societies.

Recapture or turnaround provision

‘Recapture’ specifies that a licence will expire and all rights automatically revert to the author/owner after a specified period if the producer has not by the end of that period carried out certain actions. ‘Turnaround’ gives the author/owner the right within a specified period to give notice to the producer requiring the producer to reassign certain rights in the project in return for the payment of certain sums of money.

See: Recapture and turnaround: Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents [663].

Remake rights

‘Remake rights’ means the exclusive right to make and authorise the making of a film based on the film or the screenplay or the work or the music and containing substantially the same story and leading characters as those contained in the

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