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10-K
CINEMARK HOLDINGS, INC. filed this Form 10-K on 02/28/2014
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(b) Non-Theatre Advertising. Cinemark may enter into a cross-marketing arrangement designed to (i) promote the Theatres and the movie-going experience with a local, regional or nationally-known vendor of products or services that are not of the type described in Theatre Advertising or (ii) promote Digital Programming Events, in either case, for the purpose of generating increased attendance at the Theatres or increased revenue for Cinemark (other than revenue from any Advertising Services) (the “Strategic Relationship”) with advertising of such products or services being presented in the Theatres (either in the Video Display Program or in Lobby Promotions) (“Strategic Programs”), subject to the terms set forth in this Section 4.07(b). Strategic Programs may not be made on an exclusive basis. Strategic Programs entered into in connection with a Digital Programming Event shall not include any third-party advertising, trademarks, service marks, logos or other branding and/or third-party mentions for products and services except for a Sponsor Message. Cinemark covenants that it shall not re-sell any Advertising Services, including those received in connection with Strategic Programs. Strategic Programs shall be subject to the following limitations:

(i) Strategic Programs. Cinemark may conduct at no cost with respect to any Strategic Programs no more than (A) two (2) local or regional promotions per Flight per Theatre and (B) four (4) national promotions per year; provided, however, that no more than one national promotion may run at any time (the “Client Limitation”). By means of illustration, the Client Limitation for national promotions are not limited to a Flight, accordingly, one national promotion may run for twelve months, two national promotions may run for six months each provided that they do not run at the same time, four national promotions may run for three months each provided that they do not run at the same time, or another combination of national promotions may be used if there are no more than four promotions within a twelve-month period. For purposes of this Section 4.07(b), each continuously running promotion is counted as one promotion, regardless of whether such promotion is displayed using only one element (e.g., Lobby Screens) or displayed in an integrated basis using multiple elements (e.g., Lobby Screens and Lobby Promotions). Additionally, for purposes of this Section 4.07(b), a local or regional promotion is a promotion that is exhibited in Theatres located within one or two contiguous Designated Marketing Areas (as defined by the term DMA®, a registered trademark of Nielsen Marketing Research, Inc.), and a national promotion is a promotion that is exhibited in Theatres located within two (other than two contiguous) or more Designated Marketing Areas.

(ii) Strategic LEN Promotions. With respect to Strategic Programs in the Video Display Program (“Strategic LEN Promotions”), Cinemark may utilize at no cost up to one minute of time for its Strategic Programs per every thirty (30) minutes of the Video Display Program advertising. Cinemark may purchase an additional one minute for every thirty (30) minutes of the Video Display Program advertising for use in Strategic Programs at the applicable rate card rate for third-party advertising established by LLC for such Video Display Program advertising inventory. Any purchase of time for Strategic LEN Promotions in excess of the two minutes described above or any utilization of Strategic LEN Promotions in excess of the Client Limitation may be obtained at rate card rates and subject to availability, only with prior written consent of LLC, acting in its sole discretion. Strategic LEN Promotions may not be displayed on any Lobby Screens that, pursuant to Section 4.01(c), are displaying internal programming of Cinemark and may not be made to promote any film, film studio(s), distributor(s) or production company(ies).

 

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