Advertising Terms and Conditions
You will need to read carefully through the following terms and conditions before placing your booking:
1. About our Advertising Terms and Conditions
1.1 Jock Media Pty Ltd ACN 602 584 225 (“us, our, we”). Our Advertising Terms and Conditions set out our standard terms and conditions for advertising products and services we supply to advertisers on our websites.
1.2 Anyone (“you”) who submits an application on the required form on this webpage(“Insertion Order”) for advertising on the www.jockreynolds.com.au website agrees to these terms and conditions. Your application and these Terms and Conditions form the basis of a contract between you and us for the provision of the advertising requested by you.
2. Publication of Advertisements
2.1 We will, subject to availability, technical limitations and these Terms and Conditions, use our reasonable endeavours to publish your advertisement in the format submitted by you and in accordance with your other instructions.
2.2 We may, at our absolute discretion, refuse to publish any advertisement without giving any reason. No contract is formed between you and us until we accept your advertisement for publication and issue you with a valid tax invoice. If we do refuse to publish your advertisement, no fee will be charged to you.
2.3 Even if a contract has been formed between you and us, we reserve the right to refuse or withdraw your advertisement from publication at any time, without giving reasons, even if we have previously published the same or similar advertisement.
2.4 We may head any advertisement as “Advertisement” whenever required to do so by law or whenever we consider it appropriate, for any reason, to distinguish it from other types of content.
3. Rates, Payment and GST
3.1 You will need to pay for the advertising prior to uplift. No advertising will be published unless paid in advance in full.
3.2 A cancellation fee of 15% of the full fee is payable if you cancel your Insertion order no later than 14 days prior to uplift. The full fee will still be payable if advertising is cancelled within 14 days of uplift.
4. Submitting Advertisements
4.1 Advertising content (web banners, creative content)must be received at least 7 working days prior to the campaign starting date.
4.2 If content is received by us after the relevant date and causes your campaign to be delayed, the publication of the advertisement will be considered to have commenced on the commencement date specified in the Insertion Order.
4.3 It is your responsibility to arrange and manage re-directs with third party ad-servers and provide such third party with the creative and lead time requirements. We will not compensate you where campaigns are affected or delayed in any way by third party ad-server redirect problems. We may, in our absolute discretion, remove any redirects from our network which are delayed in serving advertisements.
4.4 All click-through URL’s must enable the browser’s ‘back’ feature to allow users to return to our website.
4.5 If you submit advertising material to us electronically, the material must comply with our specifications. We can reject the advertising material if it is not submitted in accordance with such specifications.
5. Other Advertising Conditions
5.1 We do not accept any responsibility for errors in advertising material that has been submitted electronically by you.
6. Your Warranties
6.1 By submitting advertising material to us or authorising or approving the publication of advertising material by us on your behalf, you warrant that the advertising material complies with all relevant laws and regulations and that its publication will not give rise to any claims or liabilities against us, our directors, employees or agents.
6.2 Without limiting the above, you warrant that the advertising material submitted, authorised or approved by you does not breach or infringe:
- the Trade Practices Act (Cth), the Fair Trading Acts of relevant States of Austraila or equivalent or other sale of goods legislation;
- any copyright, trade mark, obligation of confidentiality or other personal or proprietary rights;
- any law of defamation, obscenity or contempt of any court, tribunal or royal commission;
- State or Commonwealth anti-discrimination legislation;
- the Privacy Act (Cth); or
- any other law (including but not limited to any common law, statute, delegated legislation, rule and ordinance of the Commonwealth or any State or Territory).
7.1 By submitting, authorising or approving advertising material for publication by us, you indemnify us against all claims, demands, proceedings and other liability arising wholly or partially, directly or indirectly, from the publication of the advertising material.
7.2 You indemnify Jock Media and its partners against any costs, expenses, losses, damages, liability and claims suffered or incurred and arising from your breach of these Terms and Conditions and any negligent or unlawful act or omission by you in connection with the advertising.
8.1 We make no representation or warranty in relation to the number of visitors to our websites or the number of impressions at any site except for any made expressly in writing by us.
8.2 Except for any warranty or representation made expressly in writing by us, you acknowledge that you have not relied on any advice given or representation made by us or on our behalf in connection with the advertising.
8.3 We have no liability to you and you indemnify us in relation to any failure of telecommunications services or systems which affect our receipt of your advertisement or the publication of your advertisement.
9.1 These Terms and Conditions, together with your Insertion Order, represent the entire agreement between you and us in relation to the advertising services and cannot be varied except by agreement in writing. No purchase order or document issued by you will vary these Terms and Conditions.
9.2 We will not be liable for any delay or failure to publish your advertisement that is caused by a factor outside of our reasonable control (including but not limited to any act of God, war, breakdown of plant, industrial dispute, electricity failure, governmental or legal restraint).