SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE 2016 T&Cs
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE 2016 T&Cs
SMS Voting Terms
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE voting via SMS from your mobile device - votes will only be accepted under the following regulations:
1. To participate, text the promoted keyword (contestant first name) to the short code: e.g., “Text NIGEL to 21523”.
2. Your carrier's standard message and data rates may apply.
3. To opt-out of the So You Think You Can Dance SMS voting program at any time, send STOP, QUIT, CANCEL, END or UNSUBSCRIBE to 21523. If you interact with the So You Think You Can Dance voting program after sending a STOP or other opt out keyword, you will receive the appropriate response message(s). For example, if you vote again after having opted out, you may receive a vote confirmation message.
4. To get help with voting by SMS, send HELP to 21523, or e-mail Telescope customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. During a valid vote window, users will receive 1 ‘Thanks for Voting' message per contestant voted for, per vote episode, regardless of the number of votes cast.
6. Only the first 20 votes per mobile phone number per voting episode that are cast from a user within a valid vote window will be counted, but message and data rates may apply to all SMS votes cast (even those in excess of 20).
• Use a wireless device capable of two-way messaging
• Provide their own wireless device
• Be a wireless service subscriber with a participating carrier with a telephone area code from within the 50 US States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
• Participating carriers are:
• AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, Boost, Alltel, U.S. Cellular, Nextel Wireless, Virgin Mobile, Dobson, Cincinnati Bell, Cellular South, NTELOS, CellCom, Carolina West, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular One, Centennial Communications, EKN, GCI Comms, Illinois Valley Cellular, Immix, Inland Cellular, Nex-Tech, Revol, United Wireless, West Central Wireless. The carriers are not liable for any delayed or undelivered messages.
Message and data rates may apply. A wireless service provider may charge for each text message that is sent and received. Message and data charges will appear on the customer's cell phone bill or be deducted from their prepaid account. Messages sent and received include:
• SMS/text votes sent;
• THANKS FOR VOTING message received;
• EXCEEDED LIMIT message received;
• STOP message sent and STOP confirmation received;
• HELP message sent and HELP information received;
• VOTING CLOSED message received; and
• UNRECOGNIZABLE message received.
Please consult your wireless service provider regarding its pricing plans.
The service is offered on an ‘as is' basis and
• May not be available in all areas at all times;
• May not continue to work in the event of product, software, coverage or other service changes made by your wireless carrier;
• Administrator(s) are not responsible for damages from use of service;
• At any time by giving prior notice charges can be incurred and disagreeing to charges would discontinue the service.
• Certain Services may be changed without notice or be discontinued
Limitation of Liability/Release
FOX, Producers and/or Telescope, Inc., and the administrators of So You Think You Can Dance, their respective parents, subsidiaries and affiliated entities and any persons employed by any of the foregoing, are not responsible and shall not be liable for any losses/injuries or any kind resulting from lost, incomplete, late, damaged or misdirected votes; inability to access the voting; difficulties, failures or malfunctions of computers and/or Internet connections or wireless services or other communications malfunctions; interrupted or unavailable network, server; failed computer hardware or software or other technical failures; garbled, lost, misrouted or scrambled transmissions; any error, omission, interruption, defect or delay in any transmission or communication; traffic congestion or for any technical problem which may cause the voting to be disrupted or corrupted; computer on-line systems, telecast, or cable malfunctions; human error; satellite transmission failures or delayed telecasts or preemption of or the failure of a cable affiliate to televise the promotion; any damage to entrants or any third person’s computer and/or wireless device, and/or its contents related to or resulting from this promotion; any votes that are not in compliance with these Terms and Conditions (such votes to be deemed disqualified), nor any other loss directly or indirectly caused by participation in this promotion or related voting.
FOX, Producers and/or Telescope reserve the absolute right to disqualify any voter (and/or their respective vote(s)) who votes by any electronic, mechanical or automated means, or otherwise tampers with the voting process or promotion, or for any other reason, as determined by FOX, Producers and/or Telescope in their sole discretion.
Choice of Law/Arbitration
This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California applicable to contracts made and fully to be performed therein.
For more information on So You Think You Can Dance, including voting Frequently Asked Questions please go to http://www.fox.com/dance/faq.
About the Show
AMERICAN IDOL XV will bring generations together to cheer and vote for their favorite contestants and crown America’s next singing sensation – one last time.
The original music show phenomenon, AMERICAN IDOL returns for its farewell – and 15th – season in January 2016. Featuring host Ryan Seacrest and judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr., the farewell celebration will pay tribute to the past 14 seasons, the amazingly talented contestants and the millions of fans who called, tweeted, texted and championed their IDOLS.
The audition journey will feature auditions from Denver, CO; Little Rock, AR; Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; and Atlanta, GA. Hopefuls from around the country will be given one last shot to sing for a ticket to Hollywood and become the final AMERICAN IDOL. Once again, Scott Borchetta, President and CEO of the Big Machine Label Group and one of the most successful forces in the music industry today, returns as mentor to help shape the career of the competition’s winner.
IDOL is the gold standard and the only TV singing competition show to produce hit recording artists. From the first-ever IDOL winner, Kelly Clarkson, who continues to dominate the charts with three Grammy Awards under her belt; to Season Four winner Carrie Underwood, who has sold 15 million albums worldwide, with 16 No. 1 singles and five Grammy Awards; to Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips, whose debut single, “Home,” has become the best-selling single of any IDOL to date, AMERICAN IDOL is a bona fide cultural phenomenon. Additional IDOL fan favorites include Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson, Adam Lambert, Chris Daughtry, Kellie Pickler and Katharine McPhee, who have all become household names and made their marks on the recording industry.
IDOL’s impact on the entertainment industry resonates beyond the scope of television. Over the past 13 seasons, IDOL finalists have released more than 200 albums, scored 449 No.1 Billboard hits, garnered more than 250 million iTunes downloads and have been certified with 95 Gold and 83 Platinum records. IDOL contestants have conquered Broadway, television and film and have won numerous awards and accolades, including American Country Music Awards, Country Music Awards, Grammy Awards and an Academy Award.
AMERICAN IDOL is produced by FremantleMedia North America and 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group. The series was created by Simon Fuller. “Like” AMERICAN IDOL on Facebook at facebook.com/AmericanIdol. Follow the series on Twitter @AmericanIdol and join the discussion using #idol. See photos and videos on Instagram by following @AmericanIdol.