Terms subject to change without notice.
1. How to Enter or Participate
A on-air announcement on Vertical Radio will state what the prize is and what specific phone caller number will win. Example: “I have 4 tickets to the XYZ concert for caller number 15.” When the announcement airs you may dial 505-327-4357 or 1-888-889-5664, known as the Vertical Radio studio line, to participate in the contest.
2. Eligibility Restrictions
Contestant must have access to a working telephone to participate.
3. Entry Deadline Dates
The game will continue on Vertical Radio until further notice with the contest airing at random times. The air portion of the contest ends when we have received the specific phone caller number that was announced.
4. Whether prizes can be Won
5. When Prizes can be Won
When a random on-air announcement is made requesting the right number caller to win the prize. Such as caller number 15, meaning the 15th call answered by Vertical Radio’s on duty announcer or producer to the Z-studio lines listed above.
6. The Extent, Nature, and Value of the Prizes
The prize awarded is announced at the time of the contest, unless otherwise stated prize awarded has no value.
7. The Basis for Valuation of the Prizes
Retail value of prize awarded.
8. Time and Means of Selection of Winners
On-air announcements will be made at random requesting a specific phone caller number. Calls will be taken in the order in which they are received and the specific phone caller number wins the prize.
9. Tie-Breaking Procedures
The above contest and the posting of material terms is Vertical Radio’s good faith effort to comply with the statutory provision regarding contests as set forth at Section 508 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (the “Act”) (47 U.S.C. §509). Section 508(a) of the Act (47 U.S.C. §509(a)) and with the Commission’s (FCC) requirements governing the broadcast of licensee-conducted contests set forth in Section 73.1216 of the Commission’s rules, (47 C.F.R. §73.1216). This rule requires that a licensee that broadcasts or advertises information about a contest that it conducts shall fully and accurately disclose the material terms of the contest, and shall conduct the contest substantially as announced or advertised. No contest description shall be false, misleading or deceptive with respect to any material term.
For purposes of Section 73.1216, the term “contest” is defined as a scheme in which a prize is offered or awarded, based upon chance, diligence, knowledge or skill, to members of the public. “Material terms” include those factors which define the operation of the contest and which affect participation therein. Although the material terms may vary widely depending upon the exact nature of the contest, they will generally include: (1) how to enter or participate; (2) eligibility restrictions; (3) entry deadline dates; (4) whether prizes can be won; (5) when prizes can be won; (6) the extent, nature, and value of the prizes; (7) the basis for valuation of prizes; (8) time and means of selection of winners; and/or (9) tie-breaking procedures.