STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS (effective as of September 3, 2021)

  1. Payment Terms
  2. a) Net thirty (30) days (unless otherwise indicated).  All billing will be made on a monthly basis for all activity in a given month unless otherwise indicated.
  3. b) In the event Client does not pay all amounts set forth hereunder when due, Carnegie Dartlet LLC (“Carnegie”) may, upon written notice to Client of such failure to make payment and Client’s failure to do so, terminate this Agreement and/or suspend its provision of the Services until such time as all amounts owed and due to Carnegie hereunder are paid in full. Without limiting any of Carnegie’s remedies for non-payment or late payment of any undisputed amounts due, it is agreed that any payment not paid by its due date will be subject to a late charge of one percent (1.0%) per month (12% per year). If collection efforts resulting in litigation are required, Client shall pay all actual costs of collection, including reasonable attorneys’ fees. Client shall also pay any and all sales or use taxes, duties or charges of any kind imposed by any federal, state, or local governmental authority for the Services provided under this Agreement. All payments shall be made in United States Dollars in a mutually-agreeable format.
  4. Confidentiality
  5. a) Each party acknowledges (each a “Receiving Party” respectively) that it is the policy of the other party (each a “Disclosing Party” respectively) to maintain as confidential all information that should reasonably be understood by the Receiving Party to be confidential or proprietary to the Disclosing Party, including, without limitation, information relating to the business methods, marketing strategies, the terms of this Agreement, including, without limitation, the content of the Insertion Order, tools, systems, procedures, customers, potential customers and suppliers of such Disclosing Party (the Disclosing Party’s “Confidential Information”), and each Receiving Party further acknowledges that such Confidential Information is of great value to the Disclosing Party. The parties recognize that each Receiving Party has and will acquire Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party. Each Receiving Party agrees that it will not directly or indirectly (except where authorized herein or by the Disclosing Party in writing), disclose or divulge to any third-party, or cause or authorize or permit any third-parties to use, any such Confidential Information. Confidential Information shall not include information that: (i) is now or subsequently becomes available to the public through no fault or breach of the Receiving Party, (ii) the Receiving Party rightfully possessed prior to disclosure by the Disclosing Party, (iii) is independently developed or acquired by the Receiving Party without the use of any Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party, (iv) is rightfully obtained by the Receiving Party from a third-party who has the right to disclose the information; or (v) is required to be disclosed by applicable law, subpoena or similar process or a request by a government agency, in which case, to the extent legally permitted, the party from whom disclosure is sought shall, prior to any such disclosure, promptly notify the other of such request for disclosure, in order to give such party the opportunity to object to or seek to limit the scope of such disclosure; provided, however, that Client may disclose any Confidential Information to any regulatory agency having jurisdiction over it without notice of such disclosure to Carnegie.
  6. b) Each Receiving Party shall, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, upon the termination or expiration of this Agreement, return, or at the Disclosing Party’s request, destroy, to the Disclosing Party any and all Confidential Information of the other and shall, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, cause an officer of such party to certify in writing the destruction of any materials created by the Receiving Party that reflect any Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party.
  7. c) The parties agree that any breach or threatened breach by the Receiving Party of this Section II may cause irreparable harm to the Disclosing Party and shall entitle the Disclosing Party, in addition to any other legal remedies, to apply to any court of competent jurisdiction to enjoin such breach or threatened breach. Each party shall ensure that it has corporate policies and practices in place to ensure its employees and agents comply with that party’s confidentiality obligations hereunder.
  8. d) The provisions of this Section II shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement.

III. Indemnity and Limitation of Liability

  1. a) Client shall indemnify and hold Carnegie and its parents, affiliates, subsidiaries, and its and their employees, agents, consultants, and contractors (collectively, the “Carnegie Parties”) harmless from and against any and all losses, liabilities, obligations, damages, penalties, judgments, suits, costs, expenses or disbursements of any kind (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) brought by a third-party against, or incurred by, the Carnegie Parties as a result of a third-party claim, to the extent such claims, damages, liabilities or costs result from: (i) Client’s or Client’s affiliates’ or subsidiaries’ gross negligence or intentional misconduct; (ii) Client’s breach of its obligations under this Agreement; (iii) Client’s grant of any rights or access to Client accounts or materials to the Carnegie Parties in connection with the services contemplated under this Agreement; (iv) Client’s breach of any representation or warranty hereunder, except to the extent such condition or circumstance described in clauses (i)-(iii) of this Section III(a) results from Carnegie failure to comply with any representation, warranty or covenant of Carnegie contained in this Agreement.
  2. b) Carnegie Dartlet shall indemnify and hold Client harmless from and against any and all losses, liabilities, obligations, damages, penalties, judgments, suits, costs, expenses or disbursements of any kind (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) brought by a third-party against, or incurred by, Client as a result of a third-party claim, to the extent such claims, damages, liabilities or costs result from: (i) Carnegie Dartlet gross negligence or intentional misconduct; (ii) Carnegie’s breach of its obligations under this Agreement; (iii) Carnegie’s breach of any representation or warranty hereunder, except to the extent such condition or circumstance described in clauses (i)-(iii) of this Section III(b) results from Client’s failure to comply with any representation, warranty or covenant of Client contained in this Agreement.

c)

(1) Carnegie will in no way be liable to Client (nor to any person claiming rights derived from Client’s rights) for incidental, indirect, consequential, special, punitive or exemplary damages of any kind — including lost revenues or profits, loss of business or loss of data — arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or the services provided hereunder (including without limitation as a result of any breach of any warranty or other term of this Agreement), regardless of whether the party liable or allegedly liable was advised, had other reason to know, or in fact knew of the possibility thereof.

(2) Neither party’s cumulative liability for all losses relating to or arising in connection with this Agreement or list provided hereunder shall under any circumstances exceed the Fee actually paid (or due to be paid) to Carnegie Dartlet hereunder, provided, however, that neither party’s liability will not be so limited for a breach of Sections II or XIII hereof.

  1. d) In the event of a claim seeking indemnity hereunder, the party seeking indemnity (the “Indemnified Party”) shall give the party from which it seeks indemnity (the “Indemnifying Party”) prompt written notice of any claim for indemnification hereunder and provided further that the Indemnified Party shall permit the Indemnifying Party to control the defense or settlement of any such claim or cause of action (utilizing counsel reasonably satisfactory to the Indemnified Party). The Indemnified Party shall provide full information and reasonable assistance to the Indemnifying Party as required to settle or defend any such claim. The Indemnifying Party shall permit the Indemnified party to monitor any defense or settlement conducted by the Indemnifying Party and the Indemnifying Party shall not settle any such Claim without the Indemnified Party’s prior written approval (not to be unreasonably withheld in light of the nature of the claim and the terms of such proposed settlement).
  2. Independent Contractors

The transaction described herein is an arms-length transaction between independent contracting parties. Neither party intends hereby to create a joint venture, partnership, or principal/agent relationship. Neither party shall have the right to create an obligation, liability or responsibility of any kind, whether expressed or implied, in the name of, or on behalf of, the other party and no employee of one of the parties shall be deemed for any reason to be an employee of the other

  1. Digital Privacy

Client represents and warrants that all personal data, personally identifiable information and any other identifying information (“Personal Information”) provided by client or its designees to Carnegie has been collected, maintained, and provided to Carnegie in compliance with all applicable privacy and other laws and regulations, including without limitation, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), that the use of such Personal Information as requested by Client is permitted by applicable laws and regulations, and that all Personal Information provided by Carnegie to Client will be used by Client and Client’s designees strictly in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Client further represents and warrants that its web site operations and data collection and tracking practices are, and will remain, in compliance with all applicable privacy laws and regulations, including without limitation, GDPR.

  1. Force Majeure

Neither party shall be responsible for delays or failures in performance resulting from acts beyond the reasonable control of such party. Such acts shall include but not be limited to acts of God, riots, failure of utilities, acts of war or terrorism and other disasters, provided, however: (i) that the party whose performance or attempts to cure is delayed or prevented gives the other party written notice thereof within ten (10) business days of any such event or occurrence and exercises reasonable efforts to resume performance or cure as soon as possible. For the purposes of this Agreement, a “business day” shall mean any day, excluding Saturdays and Sundays, on which commercial banks located in Massachusetts are required by law to accept deposits.

VII. Assignment

Client is prohibited from assigning this Agreement or any rights hereunder to any other party without the prior written consent of Carnegie, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Any assignment by Client in violation of this provision shall be void and of no effect. This Agreement is and shall be binding upon and enforceable against each party’s respective successors and permitted assigns.

VII. Notices/Publicity; Grant of Rights

  1. a) Any notice required to be sent under this Agreement may be delivered by hand or by nationally-recognized overnight courier, or mail, postage pre-paid, certified (or any foreign counterpart), return receipt requested, to the respective addresses and contacts set forth on the Insertion Orders. Either party may from time to time change its notification information specified herein by notice to the other party in accordance with this Section VII. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, Client agrees that Carnegie Dartlet may, in connection with any marketing materials, presentations, and/or corporate filings and reports, i) identify Client (or Client’s principal, if applicable) as a client and describe the Services and the related programs provided hereunder and/or ii) display or incorporate some or all of the elements of the Services in such documentation. Client (or Client’s principal, if applicable) shall be depicted in all such instances in a positive light and no display or utilization in all such instances shall imply or express any endorsement of Carnegie Dartlet or of its products and/or services by Client (or by Client’s principal, if applicable).
  2. b) Client hereby grants to Carnegie Dartlet a non-exclusive, royalty-free, non-sublicenseable worldwide license to use Client’s approved trademarks, trade names, service marks, slogans, logos, and name (collectively “Marks”) only as necessary for Carnegie Dartlet to perform its obligations in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and no other rights or ownership are transferred to Carnegie Dartlet in connection with the Marks.
  3. Counterparts

This Agreement may be executed in counterparts and/or with facsimile signatures and transmitted in digital form (e.g. .PDF), each of which shall be deemed to be an original and all of which together shall be deemed to be one and the same instrument.

  1. Governing Law

The parties agree that the laws of the State of Massachusetts (without giving effect to its conflicts of law principles) govern all matters arising out of or relating to the parties’ business relationship and this Agreement, including, without limitation, its validity, interpretation, construction, performance, and enforcement. The parties further agree that any claim, suit or proceeding arising out of or relating to the parties’ business relationship or this Agreement must be brought in the federal or state courts with jurisdiction in the state of Massachusetts and irrevocably consent to the personal jurisdiction of and appropriateness of venue in such courts.

  1. No Waiver; Severability

No failure or successive failures on the part of either party to enforce any covenant or agreement, and no waiver or successive waivers on its or their part of any condition of this Agreement shall operate as a discharge of such covenant, agreement, or condition, or render the same invalid, or impair the right of either party, its respective successors and permitted assigns, to enforce the same in the event of any subsequent breach or breaches by the other party, its successors or permitted assigns. All waivers must be in writing. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be contrary to law, that provision shall be changed and interpreted so as to best accomplish the objectives of the original provision to the fullest extent allowed by law, and the remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect.

XII. Construction/Survival

All references in this Agreement to the singular shall include the plural where applicable. Titles and headings to sections or paragraphs in this Agreement are inserted for convenience of reference only and are not intended to affect the interpretation or construction of this Agreement.

XIII. Entire Agreement

This Agreement, including, without limitation, the Insertion Order, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes all previous agreements and understandings, whether oral or written, express or implied, solely with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. Except as may be expressly authorized herein, this Agreement may not be altered, amended, or modified except by written instrument signed by the duly authorized representatives of both parties.

XIV. Representations and Warranties

  1. a) Each party represents, warrants, and covenants to the other that it:

(i) is duly organized, validly existing, and in good standing under the laws of the jurisdiction in which it is organized; (ii) is duly qualified to transact business and is in good standing in each jurisdiction where the nature and extent of its business and properties require due qualifications and good standing; (iii) does, and will throughout the term of this Agreement, possess all requisite authority, permits and power to conduct its business as is now being, or is contemplated by this Agreement to be, conducted; (iv) is and will, throughout the term of this Agreement, perform its obligations hereunder, in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; and (v) is not subject to, or aware of the threat of, any litigation that is reasonably likely to be determined adversely to it and that, if so adversely determined, would have a material adverse effect on its financial condition or its ability to perform its obligations hereunder.

  1. b) Each party represents and warrants that the execution and delivery by each party of this Agreement and the performance by it of its obligations hereunder:

(i) are within its power; (ii) have been duly authorized by all necessary company action; and (iii) except for any action or filing that has been taken or made on or before the date of this Agreement, requires no action by or filing that has been taken or made on or before the date of this Agreement, require no action by or filing with any governmental agency.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR OPTIONAL SERVICES

The following provisions only apply if the order form includes the services. 

COLLEGEXPRESS

Carnegie Dartlet reserves the right to edit, revise, or reject any participation. Carnegie expressly retains the rights to and ownership interest in any and all final graphic design, electronic files, typesetting, and proofs. Client is responsible for meeting all required deadlines for materials in order to meet go live order dates. If the Client does not meet the deadlines, Carnegie may go live with limited content in order to deliver upon the contract. 

Carnegie Dartlet shall be under no liability whatsoever by reason of error, including any translation error, for which it may be responsible in any participation beyond liability to give the institution credit for as much of the space occupied by the participation as is materially affected by the error; further, Carnegie Dartlet obligation to give such credit shall not apply to more than one incorrect participation under any contract or order unless it is notified of the inaccuracy prior to the deadline for repetition of the participation. The institution assumes liability for all content [including, but not limited to, text representations and illustrations] of participation published in print and online and also assumes responsibility for any claims arising therefrom made against Carnegie Dartlet, including costs associated with defending against such a claim. Institutions are responsible for checking the accuracy of the proofs they request. The institution should carefully check the entire participation proof, including areas in which changes or corrections were not requested. Prompt approval or amendment to all proofs is required. Any changes after final approval may be subject to additional charges.

Carnegie Dartlet does not guarantee any given level of circulation or impressions or readership for a participation.

All positions are at the option of Carnegie Dartlet. In no event will adjustments, reinstatements, or refunds be made because of the position and/or section of a publication or website in which a placement has been published.

Any cancellations of participation must be communicated to Carnegie Dartlet in writing not less than thirty (30) days prior to the go live date in the case on online participation. Institutions will be charged a cancellation fee of seventy-five percent (75%) of the total order cost for any cancellations communicated following such date.

CLARITY

Client acknowledges that (a) any Insertion Order that includes the Carnegie Clarity (“Clarity”) services will utilize the capabilities of the BlueConic On Demand Service (the “BlueConic Service”), which is necessary to execute Clarity, (b) BlueConic, Inc. (“BlueConic”) and its licensors exclusively own all rights, title and interest in and to the BlueConic Service, (c) Carnegie will operate and manage the Clarity service (including the BlueConic Service) on behalf of Client as agreed upon in the applicable Insertion Order, and (d) BlueConic is an intended third party beneficiary of the provisions set forth in this Section IV. In connection with Client’s use of the BlueConic Service (whether directly or through Carnegie acting on behalf of Client), Client hereby agrees to all of the terms and conditions imposed on the use of the BlueConic Service (as updated from time to time), which terms and conditions currently are available at www.blueconic.com/terms and are incorporated by reference herein as if fully set forth herein. The BlueConic Service shall be hosted on the standard BlueConic Amazon cluster in the USA. Client also agrees to the full Clarity Scope of Work available at www.carnegiedartlet.com/clarity-scope-of-work.

COMPETITIVE AUDIT

Investigation of Client’s competitive set including examining positioning and storytelling tactics, language themes, tone, style, visual identity, technical considerations, realities, and quality rankings.

Client will provide Carnegie with a list of competitors to evaluate. Carnegie recommends Client provides direct competitors as the resulting profiles and summary data will allow the Client to best see areas of opportunity in its market. Client acknowledges that Carnegie strongly recommends using cross-application admissions data to inform and/or determine the list of competitors.

EXTERNAL PERCEPTION RESEARCH 

Quantitative perception study and detailed report. Contrasting market data by geography, analysis, and key insights.

Geographies will be confirmed by the Client at least one week prior to survey launch. Client acknowledges that Carnegie strongly recommends selecting geographies in which it is reasonable to assume the Client is well known. In the occasion that the desired geography does not have the required sample needed for testing, one or more additional surrounding geographies may be chosen in combination to increase the sample. The Client will be informed if combined geographies are needed.

The survey will be administered online. Carnegie is solely responsible for the design and management of the survey and its resulting data. The platform and collection of sample is facilitated by a third party national panel sample and survey provider. All survey functionality is based on the industry-leading platform leveraged by Carnegie and special requests or unique design may not be available.

Participants may be removed from the survey due to familiarity bias. Other than age and location, no other demographic, social, economic, racial, educational, or occupational limits will be placed on the audience. Any change in scope, such as requests for additional completes or additional geographies will result in a cost increase. A summary report of responses to survey questions will be provided. Raw data is withheld from Clients for the privacy of respondents. Carnegie will not alter the actual data results in any way that changes the implied meaning or representation of facts. A $6.00 charge per complete has been included in the total cost.

BENCHMARKING EXTERNAL PERCEPTION ANALYSIS

Quantitative perception study and detailed report using previously selected geographies. Contrasting market data by geography (300 completed surveys per geography minimum), year-over-year analysis, and key insights.

Client acknowledges that the same geographies used in previous perception study will be used in the benchmarking perception study and that this study cannot be launched less than one year following the previous perception study.

The survey will be administered online. Carnegie is solely responsible for the design and management of the survey and its resulting data. The platform and collection of sample is facilitated by a third party national panel sample and survey provider. All survey functionality is based on the industry-leading platform leveraged by Carnegie and special requests or unique design may not be available.

Participants may be removed from the survey due to familiarity bias. Other than age and location, no other demographic, social, economic, racial, educational, or occupational limits will be placed on the audience. Any change in scope, such as requests for additional completes or additional geographies will result in a cost increase. A summary report of responses to survey questions will be provided. Raw data is withheld from Clients for the privacy of respondents. Client affirms that Carnegie will not alter actual data results in any way that changes the implied meaning or representation of facts. A $6.00 charge per complete has been included in the total cost.

DIGITAL PERCEPTION STUDY 

Quantitative perception study and detailed report exploring the familiarity, reputation, and digital equity of an institution. Includes contrasting market data by geography (300 completed surveys per geography minimum), keyword search insights, and strategic recommendations.

Geographies will be confirmed by the Client at least one week prior to survey launch. Carnegie strongly recommends selecting geographies in which it is reasonable to assume the Client is well known. In the occasion that the desired geography does not have the required sample needed for testing, one or more additional surrounding geographies may be chosen in combination to increase the sample. The Client will be informed if combined geographies are needed.

The survey will be administered online. Carnegie is solely responsible for the design and management of the survey and its resulting data. The platform and collection of sample is facilitated by a third party national panel sample and survey provider. All survey functionality is based on the industry-leading platform leveraged by Carnegie and special requests or unique design may not be available.

Participants may be removed from the survey due to familiarity bias. Other than age and location, no other demographic, social, economic, racial, educational, or occupational limits will be placed on the audience. Any change in scope, such as requests for additional completes or additional geographies will result in a cost increase. A summary report of responses to survey questions will be provided. Raw data is withheld from Clients for the privacy of respondents. Client affirms that Carnegie will not alter actual data results in any way that changes the implied meaning or representation of facts. A charge per complete has been included in the total cost.

NEW MARKET IDENTIFICATION

Analysis of existing enrollment data and trends, as well as geographic analysis of nationwide markets, to identify potential markets for recruitment expansion. Includes ranking and regional, super-regional, and national market opportunities.

Client agrees to provide Carnegie with admissions data from the  mutually agreed upon number of cycles and, at a required minimum, a unique ID and the home address of the student records requested. All additional data provided by client may result in additional analysis and better resulting recommendations.  the better the analysis and resulting recommendations. 

When available, demographic mapping will be provided in the deliverable to client, along with scored recommendations. Suggestions for market expansion in this product are limited to available data from governmental agencies and sources.

MARKET ANALYSIS (INCLUDING NEW AND/OR CURRENT MARKETS)  

Quantitative assessment to assist in the evaluation of recruitment opportunity remaining in currently active markets and/or new target markets and how to message to audiences; detailed report using segmented by geography (300 completed surveys per geography minimum). Full analysis includes measures of regional opportunity, institutional fit, travel/price elasticity, and personality matching. Report covers insights for each as well as final market recommendations for retaining presence and messaging strategy. 

Geographies will be confirmed by the Client at least one week prior to survey launch. In the occasion that the desired geography does not have the required sample needed for testing, one or more additional surrounding geographies may be chosen in combination to increase the sample. The Client will be informed if combined geographies are needed and will be provided alternative strategies if necessary.

The assessment evaluates recruitment viability at the enterprise-level, not per program. A geospatial analysis is a foundational element of this assessment and the scope for such an analysis must be activated at the same time or just prior to the activation of this scope.

The survey will be administered online. Carnegie is solely responsible for the design and management of the survey and its resulting data. The platform and collection of sample is facilitated by a third party national panel sample and survey provider. All survey functionality is based on the industry-leading platform leveraged by Carnegie and special requests or unique design may not be available.

Participants will be confirmed as prospective students or the parents of prospective students. Other than location, no other demographic, social, economic, racial, educational, or occupational limits will be placed on audience, though an attempt at making demographics as representative as possible will be made. Any change in scope, such as requests for additional completes or additional geographies will result in a cost increase. A summary report of responses to survey questions will be provided. Raw data is withheld from Clients for the privacy of respondents. Client affirms that Carnegie will not alter actual data results in any way that changes the implied meaning or representation of facts. A $6.00 charge per complete has been included in the total cost.

GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS

Geographic analysis of enrollment phases (apply, admit, deposit, enroll) with conversion analysis, recommendations, and metrics.

Client agrees to provide Carnegie with admissions data from the last one or two admissions cycles and at a minimum, a unique ID and the home address of the student records requested. The more data able to be shared, however, the better the analysis and resulting recommendations. Client acknowledges that Carnegie cannot fulfill this deliverable without the minimum data requirements listed above.

PROGRAM POTENTIAL ASSESSMENT

A multi-method approach to understanding the potential of either new or existing academic or degree programs in a given region. Data is collected from a quantitative survey of prospective students, digital trends information from the vast Carnegie digital reporting system, and employment and degree conferral statistics from secondary government sources. Full deliverable includes higher education program trends, general student needs information, program-by-program viability profiles, top-of-mind competition by program, and messaging strategies for successful communication of each program.

Client will provide the scoped number of programs for evaluation. Carnegie strongly recommends selecting programs of the same degree level (certificate, undergraduate, or graduate) for most optimal programmatic comparisons. Client recognizes that digital data for all programs is subject to volume and employment and that degree conferral information is limited to available data from governmental agencies and sources.

Geographies will be confirmed by the Client at least one week prior to survey launch. The survey will be administered online. Carnegie is solely responsible for the design and management of the survey and its resulting data. The platform and collection of sample is facilitated by a third party national panel sample and survey provider. All survey functionality is based on the industry-leading platform leveraged by Carnegie and special requests or unique design may not be available. 

Participants will be confirmed as prospective students in the scoped geographies. No other demographic, social, economic, racial, educational, or occupational limits will be placed on audience, though an attempt at making demographics as representative as possible will be made. Any change in scope, such as requests for additional completes or additional geographies will result in a cost increase. A summary report of responses to survey questions will be provided. Raw data is withheld from Clients for the privacy of respondents. Client affirms that Carnegie will not alter actual data results in any way that changes the implied meaning or representation of facts. There will be a $6.00 charge per complete.

TRADITIONAL MEDIA

The final composition of traditional media will be based on Client-provided customer data. If the total traditional media buy budget changes, the cost associated with this deliverable may be adjusted. The scope of this contract does not include the art direction, sourcing, or production of videos, photographs or audio assets. 

While all or none of these may be included in the recommended media strategy, Client acknowledges the following cancellation policy for traditional media services: Radio/Television–¿Twenty-four days notice required for termination of contracts. Printed Outdoor–Billboards and Transit Shelters, require 95 days notice to cancel. Newspaper/Magazines–These can be cancelled up until two days prior to the date of booking deadlines. For dailies, these can be up to seven days in advance, for weeklies, nine days in advance, and for monthlies, at least 35 days in advance.  

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties, intending to be legally bound, have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date and year first set forth above. The parties hereto agree that a facsimile or electronic transmission of this fully executed Agreement shall constitute an original and legally binding document.

END OF STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS