The X Factor: The Band – App terms and conditions

The X Factor: The Band Application Terms and Conditions

  1. These terms and conditions relate to your application to participate in a talent search competition being filmed for a series of television programmes provisionally entitled “The X Factor” (the “Programme“) which FremantleMedia Limited trading as Thames and Simco Limited (together the “Producer”, “us”, “we”) propose but do not undertake to produce for ITV. The information given by you in your application may be used in the Programme should you be selected to audition.
  2. You are not eligible to apply to enter this competition if you are an employee or a close relation of an employee of ITV plc, FremantleMedia Group, Simco Limited or any parent, subsidiary or associated company.
  3. How We Use Your Data
  4. Both the Producer and ITV take your privacy very seriously. By submitting this application form, you are indicating that you understand, acknowledge and (where relevant) consent to FremantleMedia Limited collecting and using your personal information in the ways explained to you in FremantleMedia Limited’s Privacy Notice for Programme Applicants, a copy of which is available here: http://fremantlemediauk.com/privacy-notice-applicant.pdfor by emailing officer@fremantle.com.
  5. From time to time the Producer may need to send some of your personal information to ITV for broadcast compliance reasons (for example, to fact check content and/or check it complies with broadcasting codes). To the extent any personal data is shared with ITV for such purposes, ITV’s privacy policy (https://www.itv.com/_data/documents/pdf/ITV_Broadcasting_Privacy_Notice.pdf)shall apply to such use of your personal data by ITV. If you have ticked the relevant box on the application form then the Producer may also use the contact details provided to let you know about other television programmes being produced which may be of interest to you.
  6. If you have any questions regarding our use of your personal information or if you would like to update your information because your details have changed, please send an e-mail to officer@fremantle.commarked for the attention of the Privacy Officer, or contact the Privacy Officer by post at FremantleMedia Limited, 1 Stephen Street, London W1T 1AL.
  7. You acknowledge and agree to abide by the rules, regulations, terms and conditions for this competition as determined by the Producer (the “Rules“) and you acknowledge that the Rules may be changed (including without limitation verbally) at any time by the Producer in their sole discretion. The Producers’ decisions regarding all elements of the application process, the competition and the Programme shall be final and binding.
  8. Applications can be made online at comor stv.tv. Entry is closed on 22 November 2019 at 23:59 GMT or at such other date and time as the Producer may elect. The Producer may in its sole discretion include additional methods of application at any time and the closing dates for such methods will be as stated in the relevant promotion.
  9. Please note that outside of this application process, acts may also be invited to audition for the Programme by researchers acting on behalf of the Producer.  Such acts will be required to go through the audition process and the Programme Rules will apply.
  10. Applicants who are not available for a first round audition may still be considered for a second round audition on the basis of a submitted DVD or video clip at the sole discretion of the Producer whose decision will be final and binding.
  11. Any applications not received in time for this series may be considered for series 17 and/or as reserves. We cannot guarantee that all applicants will receive a response.
  12. General Participation terms at https://www.itv.com/terms/participation-charity/itv-general-participation-terms also apply.  If there is any conflict between these terms and conditions and the programme recruitment terms and conditions, these terms and conditions shall prevail.
  13. The Producer, ITV, their agents and sub-contractors do not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any online applications, telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any messages or applications not being properly received or recorded.
  14. Applicants will be selected and invited to attend an audition at a time and location to be decided at the sole discretion of the Producer whose decision will be final and binding.
  15. The completion of an application does not guarantee that an applicant will receive an audition or participate in the Programme.
  16. Please note that to audition for the Programme you must be at least 16 years old by 28 June 2019 (or any later closing date as specified by the Producer).
  17. If you are under 18 years of age please make sure that you get the permission of your parents or legal guardians before applying.
  18. If you are under 18 years of age and you are invited to audition, you must be accompanied by your parents or legal guardians at the audition. Proof of age will be required at the auditions.  If the audition dates are during school term times, it is your responsibility to obtain confirmation of authorised leave of absence during school term times from your school and/or local authority.  The Producer will not be liable where you do not obtain such authorisation.
  19. If you are applying on behalf of a group please ensure that you have the consent of all members of the group and if any member of the group is under the age of 18 then please also ensure you have the consent of their parent or legal guardian.
  20. You must have the right to be in the UK and perform in the Programme and if you progress to the final stages of the Programme, the right to live and work in the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. You must be able to demonstrate that you have this right on request by the Producer at any time and you agree to notify the Producer immediately of any change in your immigration status.
  21. In the event that you are invited to attend an audition you hereby irrevocably grant all consents necessary for the Producer to film and record such audition and to use recordings featuring your contribution, including without limitation your image and/or voice, in connection with the Programme and/or ancillary rights in the Programme and to exploit the same in all media throughout the world in perpetuity without the need for payment to you. You agree to waive any moral rights that may exist in relation to your contribution. You acknowledge that you understand the style, nature and format of the Programme and that we reserve the right to show all auditions whether successful or unsuccessful.
  22. Should you be selected to take part in the Programme you agree and undertake to enter into further contracts with the Producer and you agree to abide by the terms therein.
  23. All personal details and/or information given in your application either in this form or otherwise must be truthful, accurate and in no way misleading.
  24. The Producer reserves the right to disqualify you if you have supplied untruthful, inaccurate or misleading personal details and/or information, have failed to abide by the Rules and/or are in breach of these terms and conditions.
  25. You will not without the Producer’s prior written consent disclose, publish or discuss with any third party any information relating to the Programme, your appearance in the Programme, the production team or any participants in the Programme nor any other information which may come to your attention including without limitation in relation to the broadcaster, the Producer or otherwise save where such information is already in the public domain.
  26. You must disclose to the Producer details of any unspent criminal convictions other than driving offences which have not resulted in a ban or custodial sentence. You shall notify the Producer immediately if there are any criminal charges brought against you or if any information you provide in your application becomes inaccurate between now and the date of first transmission of the Programme.