VIDEO LICENCE APPLICATION FORM
To be submitted not less than 7 days before the competition date.

in the case of the All Ireland please check cut-off date on your syllabus e-mail

CONDITIONS

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The video licence must be available for inspection by DSI officials during any  recording at competitions/championships during the year
A licence remains valid for one competition only
Licences will be colour coded for ease of use and ease of monitoring
Parents or guardians must apply on behalf of competitors under the age of 16
Competitors aged 16 or over must apply themselves for licence
Video licenses are granted under the rule 22 below
A licence will not be granted to adults or children if the above is not adhered to

22. VIDEOS AT COMPETITIONS

   

22.1

Video recording devices may only be used at competitions when a licence to use one has been issued by DSI

   

22.2

Application for a licence for the All Ireland Championships to use a video recording device must state the name of the camera operator, the couple(s) to be recorded, and the specific competitions for which permission is required. It must be with the video license controller not less than twenty one (21) days prior to the event

   

22.3

Video operators may only record the couple(s) for which a licence has been granted, in those specific competitions

   

22.4

22.5

Applicants must accept the conditions laid down in the licence

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