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NowTV in Pubs

A question to NOWTV. Is it permitted to use NOWTV in a Licensed Hotel Bar?

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@Karl-F Something you could help answer for @Rob2007 ?

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I sometimes watch NOW TV on my iPhone down the pub and in my hotel room (when I’m working away)!

 

But I’m guessing that’s NOT what you’re asking about is it? 😉

 

Given that Sky & BT Sport charge special rates to pubs & hotels based on turnover etc., I’m going to guess that buying a £35 NOW TV Sports Month Pass and “broadcasting” it to a pub via one or more big tellys is probably going to be frowned on at the very least!

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From the T&Cs

 

https://www.nowtv.com/terms

 

SOME EXAMPLES OF THINGS YOU MUSTN'T DO:

  • Copy, rent, sell, reproduce, publish, republish, post, broadcast, frame, transmit the services or content (or any part of them), or make them available to the public, or authorise or assist anyone else to do so, except as permitted under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988, as amended from time to time ("Act"). The exceptions in the Act are limited and you must make sure you are legally entitled to rely on one of them;
  • Make any direct or indirect charge for watching or using any part of the services or content;
  • Show any of the content or any part of the service in public to an audience, even if no direct or indirect charge is made;

 

 


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