Movie Music Chart Voting - Terms And Conditions
24 July 2012, 14:50
Voting Procedure and Movie Music Chart 2012 Compilation
1. Postal votes and online manual votes should by clearly numbered to indicate order of preference and must include as much detail of the piece of music as possible. For example, where a composer has written more than one piece in any genre, e.g. multiple symphonies, the specific details of the piece are required to accurately identify it. We may be unable to count a vote if the vote is incomplete or the piece of music cannot be accurately identified.
2. Votes are weighted in terms of preference. A first choice vote is attributed 3 points, a second choice vote 2 points and a third choice vote 1 point. Votes should be entered in order of preference and the final chart is dependent on the total number of points assigned to each piece. If two or more pieces tie with the same number of points, the number of first, second and third choice votes will be taken to decide the final chart positions.
Movie Music Chart 2012 Voting Prize Draw Rules
The following rules ("Rules") together with Global Radio ("Global Radio") general and competition terms and conditions (the "Terms and Conditions") (which can be found at http://www.classicfm.co.uk/about-classic-fm/terms-of-use/competition-terms-conditions/ ) apply to the 'Hall of Fame with NS&I' radio competition ("the Competition") which will run from 00:01 Wednesday 17 July to 23:59 on 17 August 2012 ("the Duration"). The "Radio Station" is Classic FM.
Anyone who enters the Competition (an "Entrant") will be deemed to have understood these Rules along with the Terms and Conditions and will be bound by them. The Terms and Conditions are available on request from the Radio Station.
1. Details of the Competition
1.1 To enter the Competition an Entrant must go online to www.classicfm.com, register their details and vote for their favourite piece of classical music. Online entry will open at 00.01 on Wednesday 17 July and close at 23.59 on 17 August 2012.
1.2 After the competition has closed 5000 winners will be picked at random from those who have registered their details and voted.
1.3 Winners will be informed by telephone, post or e-mail.
2.1 The Competition is open to residents of the UK and Northern Ireland aged 18 or over only.
3.1 Five Thousand winners, to be drawn randomly will win:
An iTunes code, allowing the user to download one song from the iTunes store.
The iTunes code must be used by 30 September, its expiration date.