1. Eurovoice European Music Contest (hereinafter " the Eurovoice") is an annual international interactive TV project. The Eurovoice consists of two stages: Internet Selection and the Final.
2. The Mission of the Eurovoicet is to promote professionalism and transparency in music contests.
3. The Contest Territory includes countries that are located within the geographical boundaries of Europe as well as Israel, Turkey and other countries that might be chosen by the Eurovoice Organizing Committee.
4. The Eurovoice Rights Holder is the Eurovoice Owner, who has the expertise required for organizing music contests and creation of audio-visual products, or any other legal entity or private individual authorized by the Eurovoice Owner.
5. The Organizing Committee of the Eurovoice is a legal entities or private individuals that are appointed by the Eurovoice Rights Holder.
6. The Eurovoice Rules are the principles of organization, methods of participation and voting in the contest.
7. The Eurovoice Partner is a legal entity or private individual who accepts the Eurovoice Rules and Regulations and acts within a contract signed with the Eurovoice Rights Holder.
8. The National Partner of the contest is a legal entity or private individual who accepts the Eurovoice Regulations and Rules, acts in accordance with a License Agreement and represents a national participant of the Eurovoice Final.
9. The National Broadcasting Partner is a legal entity or private individual who provides the national broadcasting time for promoting advertising and informational campaigns of the contest and broadcasting the Eurovoice Final.
Participant is any legal adult who has the Nationality of any country within the Contest Territory or who holds legal resident status on the territory of those countries (for at least six months), who accepts the Eurovoice Rules and Regulations and who has no legal obstacles (for example, claims from third parties and/or similar contracts with third parties) to sing the Contestant Agreement. The adulthood status of the Participant is judged by the laws of his/her Country of Nationality or legal Residence, as described above.
10. The Contest song should not have been previously released for commercial purposes. The authors of the Contest song who own the rights to this song must accept the Eurovoice Rules and Regulations and to sign the Contest Agreement. The Contest song may have been performed in non- commercial purposes prior to the Eurovoice and has to be accessible in the Internet for free listening. The Contest song must be free from any claims from third parties.
11. Voting is a method for determining the results of the Eurovoice by means of free voting during the Eurovoice Internet Selection, and also paid SMS, phone calls and paid voting on the official contest website eurovoice.tv during the Eurovoice Final.
12. The Winner of the Eurovoice is the Participants of the Final Show with the highest score. The Winner of the Eurovoice signs a contract with the Eurovoice Rights Holder for the recording, release, and distribution of the winning Participant's first album, with an exclusive option of the Eurovoice Rights Holder to extend the above mentioned contract for releasing the following two albums of the Winner of the Eurovoice.