ACIR American Communications INFORMATION Researchers Company Type
Private limited with Share Capital
Active – Accounts Filed
26 June 2008
Nature of business (SIC)
82990 Other business support service activities N.E.C. –
Available to 30 Jun 2018. Next accounts due by 30 Mar 2020
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American Communications Online is the Holding Company for all DOMAINS paid for by Theresa J Morris Ministries. Ascension Center Oracle is for members of ACO CLUB – with Theresa J Morris as Agent
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Archivists & Historians of our Legacy, Art, Culture, Education, Legends, Myths, and History = Advanced Communications FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, and MATH we call the STEM Program.
We would like to encourage my granddaughter Kali Smith into the STEM Program. See how that works out for me in the future with A.I. technology, TJ Morris ET Radio and free will. We can learn from change and that change is constant in the universe. We share communication among peers. The only person we can change is ourselves. Let’s work together in broadcast communications of educational entertainment online.
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ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS ONLINE
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Jan Aldrich – Lead Historian & Archivist in USA.
Thomas R Becker – ACO Club General Manager
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ACE Metaphysical Institute – WORD to Worldwide Science Organization
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ACO Association with UFO Association for sharing knowledge of this project. TJTM – ACIR
ACO American Communications Online – Professional Trade Association Building Community with TJ Morris. Share Allied Command Organization in our Universal Life Ascension.Center Electronic Digital Information publishing and content provider Company. The following data will be completed within 24 business hours:
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Other updates may take longer due to validation and verification, for example:
- Banking & Financial Information:ACO Association collects, preserves and promotes electronic resources which result from research and teaching in the arts and humanities, as well as Sciences. ACE Folklife and ACE Metaphysical Institute founder Theresa J Thurmond Morris pays for the cost to keep our links up on the American Communications Online and TJ Morris Agency accounts.
By preserving collections made in the arts and the humanities, the ACO Association, Ascension.Center encouraged research and educational use of its collections and made information about them available through online catalogues.
The identification and promotion of shared standards was critical to the ACO Association and UFO Association’s work. Preserving and exchanging digital information relies upon their widespread adoption and so did a more integrated approach to resource discovery which may have helped our users to find the resources they required irrespective of where they are located or how they are stored.
We rely on donations and volunteers in our American Communications Online Community. We do this for educational information sharing online among our American Culture International Relations Archivists Libraries and Data Bases.
Please click on one of the letters below, or use the CTRL+F button on your browser to locate the term you want
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- ahrc award winners list
- ict guides (database of digitization projects)
- information papers
- intellectual property rights
- introduction to ahds
- UFO – SOHP
- Sign Oral History Project
- In May 1999, Sign Historical Group(SHG) researchers, writers, and historians convened a foundational workshop in Chicago to discuss the state of affairs, and application of historical methods to the sometimes sketchy, often misinterpreted and always-incomplete history of the UFO phenomenon. One area lacking preservation was the archiving of spoken memories and personal commentaries of historical significance through recorded interviews.
- Many individuals who have personal knowledge of some aspect of UFO history, whether witnesses, government officials and personnel, scientists and investigators, or individuals involved in the social aspects of the phenomenon, have never been interviewed concerning perspectives only they can provide. We therefore initiated the Sign Oral History Project to preserve significant historical information and ultimately make it available for scholarly study.
- What are UFOs? The truth being after seventy years we still have no idea. Historian David Jacobs observes, “It is difficult to name another subject so quickly identifiable, so widely debated, so easily dismissed, and yet so little understood.” Why is that?For one reason, the UFO issue has never received an objective, systematic scientific study. Professors Wendt and Duvall note in our current state, “the UFO can be ‘known’ only by not asking what it is.” This disregard of UFOs goes further to active denial of their object status. To that extent “one may speak of a ‘UFO taboo,’ a prohibition in the authoritative public sphere on taking UFOs seriously.”
- It is also true after seventy years the UFO phenomenon has a robust history that pervades post-war American culture. What we can know about UFOs is the experiential phenomenon, and based on available sources, its effect within the Air Force and intelligence agencies from 1946-1969, including official responses and the attitudes that have shaped the issue. For a very concise history, see: Thomas Tulien, “History of the United States Air Force UFO Programs.”
- Credit goes to Jan Aldrich on 7-25-2019 for sharing his knowledge of this project. TJTM – ACIR
- Source: http://sohp.us/index.php
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Portal Stargate Mystics enjoy reaching out, learning new things and hearing new perspectives. They trust in the universe’s plan and see their journey as one of understanding, not preaching. Panels Formed by TJ and Janet on topics for each week in metaphysics and Cosmology. GM is Thomas R Becker for ACO Association, American Communications Online. We also manage UFO Association Organization Projects.
ACO Club Teams manage projects together and develop IT monitoring and management software to be effective, accessible and easy to us. Our focus on broadcast management and producing on the internet has allowed us to share our combined experiences using technology.
This is why we have formed our ACO Trade Association of professionals and have made a commitment to net neutrality and freedom of speech with our commitment to excellence in end-to-end hybrid IT performance management for our clients, customers, volunteers, friends, and listeners.
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ACO PRESS – AMIGA – AMIGO ART Etiquette Policy for
American Communications Online
Portal Stargate Mystics enjoy reaching out, learning new things and hearing new perspectives. They trust in the universe’s plan and see their journey as one of understanding, not preaching. Panels Formed by TJ and Janet on topics for each week in metaphysics and Cosmology. GM is Thomas R Becker for ACO Association, American Communications Online. We also manage UFO Association Organization Projects.
ACO Club Teams manage projects together and develop IT monitoring and management software to be effective, accessible and easy to us. Our focus on broadcast management and producing on the internet has allowed us to share our combined experiences using technology.
This is why we have formed our ACO Trade Association of professionals and have made a commitment to net neutrality and freedom of speech with our commitment to excellence in end-to-end hybrid IT performance management for our clients, customers, volunteers, friends, and listeners.
We are the co-creators of our future and as members of our Alliance have co-created a group of friends who share in cyberspace our ACO Club Art Etiquette Policy.
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ACO Association Etiquette Policy
ACO CLUB/American Communications Online/Allied Command Organization
ACO ACE Metaphysical Institute Graphic Artist (AMIGA Art School)
ACO is an expansive, worldwide community of truthseekers who support spiritual science metaphysicians and philosophers as creationists interested in futurology and science. We support consciousness, and the soul as a major part of life as a humanoid being. ACO Club, American Communications Online, ACO Association, and Allied Command Organization are all part of our alliance in promoting space advocacy in our arts and science peer review journals and our trade associations.
ACO Club is for members only. ACO Association is our voting members who share in co-creations as supporters of visual and performing arts, and integrative medicine practitioners. We share as journalists, writers, authors, engineers, scientists, and promote the STEM Program in our arts and science journals. We share American Communications Online and the TJ Morris Agency for our administration online for our websites, and our social media presence.
Some are interested in the high strangeness of the unexplained nature of what we are all aware of as the truth of our beginning or the origin of everything. Some call this as one beginning and God.
Artists of visual and performing artists, authors, practitioners, speakers, and teachers are chosen to become members in our ACO Club. Most must be known for some purpose in their own life. We share the “YOU” in you of “Philosophy of Learning about Spirit Essence” and the meaning of life.
We come from all walks of life and agree that life can be situational based on one’s own point of origin. We ascribe to the highest standards with morals and integrity while we embark on conversations together in broadcast media. We share in visual and performing arts as advocates and sometime sponsor art shows in events.
We support every age, and every nationality who create works spanning every medium, every subject and every level of talent and skill. However, since we prefer to work with those who are of legal adult age in the cyberspace normal, we ask that our members be at least 18 years of age and graduated high school or have a General Equivalency Diploma. This is to satisfy the normal requirement to have an educational normal way of being in this world. Then we can finish being involved in the social involvement of getting priorities straight on our own soul purpose of life while we have a physical body. We will assist anyone in obtaining their level of education as an adult in our adults continuing education programs in all states and help with educational information for all our members.
As the guiding force of this large and vibrant community we have two primary and often conflicting goals in the service we provide for you, the members of the community; the first being to ensure that members are free to express themselves within reason with as few restrictions as possible while nurturing an environment of creativity, learning, and talent and the second is to protect the members of the community, to the best of our abilities, from infringement of copyright, discrimination, harassment, and prejudice.
All members of the ACO community are expected to be familiar with these rules of etiquette and they will be enforced evenly and without bias in every situation which is brought to the attention of the administration regardless of the membership status of the user in question.
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Quality and Placement
It is our policy to welcome artists and authors of all levels from amateur to professional and to that end we do not attach any minimum standards of quality to deviations submitted by our membership; all manner of artworks is welcome providing they meet with our etiquette and copyright policies. While we do not impose quality standards, we do ask that you practice self-moderation in what you choose to submit and that you submit your works into the most appropriate gallery. While we encourage the submission of only your very best works, we have provided an area for those submissions which may fall short of that ‘top quality’ mark; this is your “Scrapbook” gallery and we highly encourage its use.
We share an archive for members only who pay a minimum of $5.00 a month to participate in updating their own page of art or archiving in our ACO CLUB/ACO American Communications Online/ACO Association/Allied Command Organization.
Our community volunteers may elect to move one or more of your ACO Club/ ACO Association/ ACO American Communications Online/ Allied Command Organizations Art creations from the Gallery categories into a different, more appropriate, section or into the Scrapbook category; we ask that you accept this decision gracefully and with a mature attitude. If you desire a full explanation for this action, or if you feel the administrative action was performed in error, you should submit an inquiry to the official ACO Art Helpdesk and include a link to the relevant issue at hand. Please do not bring these issues into the Forums, user pages, or other areas of our ACO American Communications Online/ ACO Association/ Allied Command Organization domains or websites.
Prohibited commentary is typically considered to be inherently disrespectful, aggressive, or otherwise abusive.
We must insist that you refrain from comments which are racist, bigoted, or which otherwise offensively target a political concern, a person’s philosophy or religion.
In addition, we ask that our members avoid making offensive remarks based on gender or sexual preference and that you do not make any remark, comment or critique which is intended to be a direct insult to an individual, group, or genre of artwork. Hate propaganda is met with zero tolerance. Comments which are overly aggressive, personally insulting or needlessly abusive are also prohibited.
If you feel that you have been the target of harassment, personal insults or other severe behavior please notify the staff by using the official ACO Club/ ACO Association/American Communications Online/ Allied Command Organization or ACE Folklife Art helpdesk. Please be aware that the staff will only directly intervene in cases which are considered severe; minor situations may be dealt with using tools made available to all registered members.
Discouraged commentary is typically considered to have the potential to escalate into an aggressive or abusive situation.
While not strictly prohibited we must insist that all personal arguments, disagreements, and other volatile “personal” issues within be confined to private communications such as Notes, emails, or Instant Messaging programs. Likewise, we discourage public accusations and other similar situations; please bring all issues of this nature to the attention of the staff by notifying the official ACO Club Art helpdesk via Skype or Email to TJMorrisET on skype or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exploitive commentary is typically considered to be disruptive due to unusual or unique factors.
Do not ‘spam’ (send large numbers of identical notes or comments). Spamming is obnoxious and is typically used for self-promotion, or other unwanted advertising.
Do not ‘flood’ (place large numbers of comments rapidly on a single page or craft a single comment which consumes a large amount of page space) the forums, notes system,
userpages or other areas of the site.
Flooding usually disrupts page loading times and serves no useful purpose.
Respect Your Fellow Artists
As a vibrant and growing art community ACO Club/ACO Association/American Communications Online/ ACO /AMIGA Art welcomes all kinds of original artworks; but we MUST insist that the artwork which you submit be your own original works.
Your deviations must be your own original creations and you may only use resources which are considered legitimate and legal. Submissions which make use of works without proper permission or licensing by the original author will be removed as they come to the attention of the staff. This policy applies to all ACO Club Art, AMIGA submissions, Scrapbook entries, and the preview images used for written submissions. Please note that our ACO Brand is for our trusted members of whom we are familiar with and have displayed professionalism as entrepreneurs and in our business etiquette
If you have reason to believe that ACO Club Art submission violates this policy, you should use the official Report Violation link which is available on every submission page.
When we discuss mature content, we are specifically referring to deviations which contain images, subject matter, or other themes which some viewers may find offensive, distasteful, or otherwise undesirable to view or to read. The most common ‘undesired’ viewing material may include, but is not limited to, images containing artistic nudity (see details below), large amounts of simulated blood and gore, or generally violent themes.
ACO CLUB/ ACO Association/ American Communications Online/Allied Command Organization all groups, associations, and organizations strictly prohibit the submission of materials classified as pornographic or obscene. There is no exception to this prohibition.
Certain content may be deemed obscene by the administration and as such the staff reserves the right to remove such content immediately upon discovery. The administration reserves the sole right to review and classify questionable material as obscene or not obscene.
Model release forms
The ACO CLUB/ACO Association/American Communications Online administrative staff reserves the right to demand a Model Release form be provided for any photography (nude or otherwise) located within either your Gallery or Scrapbook areas. If you receive such a request an appropriate link will be included in the notification you received. Failure to properly respond to a Model Release form demand within seven (7) days will result in the automatic removal of the associated photograph. We are compliant with all rules of the states in the United States of America.
For your own protection it is highly recommended that you have any model who poses for you sign a release form giving you the explicit permission to publish, share, distribute, and otherwise display the associated images. It is highly recommended that you provide this form immediately after submitting your photograph, especially if your subject is depicted nude.
We cannot allow any nude works featuring individuals under the age of 18, nor may the works depict these individuals in a ‘sexually driven’ manner such as posing in lingerie or displaying a sexually suggestive or provocative pose.
This prohibition is for legal reasons; the laws in the United States are the governing laws regarding all submissions regardless of the country of origin. Photographs which are suspected of depicting a minor in this manner will be temporarily suspended from public view and proper legal documentation (as outlined above) will be demanded while photographs which clearly depict a minor (including toddlers, preteens, and teenagers) in this manner will be removed without notice.
Submissions of a non- photographic nature which clearly depict a minor, fictional character or otherwise, either nude or in a sexually driven manner will be removed and deleted without notice as they come to the attention of the staff.
In addition to the outlines in the above section entitled Prohibited Commentary and Exploitive Commentary we have a few additional policies regarding comments and posts within the Forum areas of ACO CLUB Art; ACO Association.com.
- All threads started within a specific forum and all comments within those threads should be relevant to the forums Title. This means that, for example, all threads within the Movies forum must relate to a motion picture and the comments within those threads should also remain on the appropriate topic.
- We encourage interactivity and we allow comments to be either positive or negative in nature providing that they remain constructive and promote a worthwhile dialogue.
- We insist that forum threads adhere to the same standard set forth for deviation, scrapbook, and writing submissions in terms of what is considered acceptable subject matter (i.e. no racist threads, no sexual discussions, etc.).
It is important to remember to be as clear in your intent as possible while communicating on the internet. Text communications do not afford a clear representation of sarcasm. Please use common sense when posting to avoid confusion. Threads which are misplaced, which contain inappropriate subject matter (such as sexual discussions), or which contain an undesirable number of insults or other violations of this etiquette policy will be locked and closed to further commentary.
This section applies only to avatars which you personally use for your account; avatars submitted into a Gallery or to your Scrapbook must still conform to all official policies without exception but are not subjected to the restrictions below.
Avatars used to represent your account on site are granted more leniency than standard site submissions. You may freely use material and resources with only the restrictions outlined as follows;
- Your avatar should not contain nudity of any sort.
- You may not use avatars specifically created by other users without their explicit permission.
- If your avatar contains a portion of a work made by another artist, it will be removed by staff at the request of the original artist.
- In all other respects your avatar must conform to the guidelines set above regarding hate propaganda.
Exploits, Vulnerabilities, and Site Abuse
The ACO Club staff will not tolerate attempts to exploit or disrupt the layout, navigability, or general use of the site. Such actions disrupt the ability of the community to access and review artwork and are considered Site Abuse.
We will issue no warnings for violations of this nature. Violators will be banned immediately upon the discovery of the disruption or abuse.
POINTS may not be used to circumvent or interfere with the operations and cannot be used as payment for automated services affecting a member’s statistical or performance-based metrics.
All the rules and guidelines of this ACO Etiquette Policy apply to activities within a Group or in the management and administration of a Group. All the policies with respect to content and commentary apply within Groups and any member or watcher of a Group should feel comfortable reporting any activity to which they object based on this Etiquette Policy or otherwise. We are not responsible for the conduct of all ACO Group participants or administrators. However, the Group applications permit us to take appropriate action should intervention become necessary as a result of a violation of the Terms of Service in general or of any other of our policies.
Keep in mind that Group administrators may determine their own rules and privileges for deviants who participate in the Group and as a general rule we will not become involved in any disputes between Group members, between Group administrators or between one or another Group unless there is a clear violation of our own policies, rules and terms. We suggest you use good judgment and decency in all your Group interactions as well as exercising the same cautions you would use in any Internet exchanges with individuals who you may not know.
Changes in Etiquette Policy
As new situations come to our attention, we may find it necessary to alter or expand upon the policies stated here with little or no notification and any such changes may be enforced in full against previously existing submissions or behavior. Alterations of policy may be announced through either the Forum or through other Announcements and News Topics.
Appeals and Inquiries
Appeals, inquiries, or questions concerning deviation removals, violation notices, account suspensions, or other administrative actions should be addressed to the official where they will be forwarded to the appropriate department for review by our general manager or owner.
Petitions and other forms of public outcry are discouraged and will have no effect on Managerial Reviews of staff actions and may in fact be detrimental to the case in question. ACO Association is the creation of ACO Club by TJ Morris ET Radio now also known as TJ Morris Agency and for members in a separate companion’s business account as American Communications Online. We as American Communications Online share directorship with various project committees. We have projects which we share in as co-creations as an Advanced Communications Agency with the citizen of the United States a woman veteran named Theresa J Thurmond Morris. Since 2000, Theresa has been known as TJ Morris. We who know Theresa Janette Thurmond Morris have adopted her choices in running her social club as ACO. Under the letter’s “A”, “C”, “O”, she has adopted project names and groups into her brands for her friends and members of her ACO Club, ACO Association, American Communications Online, Allied Command Organization. All groups including UFO Secret Space, UFO Association Organization are encouraged to participate in our ART and AUTHORS Book Club.
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- KEN JOHNSTON SR.
INTRODUCTION TO THE STORY OF KEN JOHNSTON, NASA ARCHIVIST/ WHISTLEBLOWER
Dr. R. Ken Johnston, Sr, was one of 4 Civilian Astronaut Consultant Pilots from the Apollo Moon Program, is a retired aerospace engineer, former active duty US Marine, and “NASA Whistle Blower.” He refused to strictly follow orders and destroy a nearly-complete collection of 8″ x 10″ glossy photo-prints from the Apollo program. These photos are not available from NASA at this time and are of a higher resolution than what is found on-line. Johnston was born at Fort Sam Houston US Army Air Corps Base in San Antonio, TX. in1942.
Johnston was hired by Grumman Aircraft Corp. because of his training as a pilot with an avionics background for the Apollo Lunar Module testing. His duty was to assist with cockpit and instrument development and Astronaut training at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Ken later worked at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, where all the moon rocks were stored, cataloged and in some cases, distributed to scientists from around the world. As the Director of the Data and Photo Control Department, he had access to all the original lunar pictures, film and slides.
When the lunar sample distribution wound down, he was instructed to destroy what remained of the photo archive, but Johnston kept one set as a personal collection for a work portfolio. This personal portfolio became known as “Ken’s Archive” and has been used by researchers from around the world to help them discover evidence of ET presence, past and present on the Moon.
KEN’S MOON, MULTI-BOOK PROJECT – KEN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY, MISSION REPORTS, AND ARCHIVE WERE DONATED TO THE ROSWELL “INTERNATIONAL UFO MUSEUM” in JULY 2016.
Dr. Johnston’s latest works are the documentation of his Metaphysical Journey and contact with ET’s since he was only 7 years old. More information about his books and DVD’s is available at:
Terms and Conditions
This page contains a sample of the Terms and Conditions for the provision of any work or service that ACO -ACIR instructed to complete including, but not limited to, research projects, software development projects or item of consultancy.
In practice, these terms will be supplied in full to the Theresa J Morris partners, clients and collaborators involved in the work or service, accompanied by a Scheme of Work detailing the deliverables.
For more information on how ACO Club works to complete these services, please visit the pages regarding our development philosophy and rationale.
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
The services supplied under this Agreement to fulfill the attached SoW (the ‘Services’) are provided by Theresa J Morris’s ACO Invisible College (‘ACO’) and ACIR, acting through one of its academic departments, Allied Command Officers and ACE Metaphysical Institute Digital Information Services as Domains, Webhosting.
ACO and ACIR shall carry out the Services in accordance with Good Industry Practice. ‘Good Industry Practice’ means standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law and the degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight that would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled and experienced person or body engaged in a similar type of undertaking under the same or similar circumstances.
If the Client reasonably believes that the way in which ACO is performing the Services is deficient, it shall notify ACO in writing at the earliest possible opportunity, giving full details of the perceived deficiencies. The parties shall then discuss the matter in good faith to establish where any deficiencies may lie and an appropriate course of action to deal with them, as part of which ACO shall remedy any agreed faults within an agreed, reasonable period generally not exceeding 21 working days. If the parties are unable to agree on a course of action, they shall initiate the dispute resolution process set out in this Agreement.
In the event that ACO is delayed, prevented or hindered from performing any of its obligations in this Agreement by circumstances beyond its reasonable and direct control, ACO shall be excused from that performance for as long as such circumstances reasonably persist, but shall take all reasonable steps to minimize the effects on the performance of this Agreement while sharing the ACO Articles and By-Laws. Should ACO be so delayed, prevented or impeded, it shall promptly inform the Client of the nature of the relevant cause and its likely duration.
Confidentiality & Intellectual Property
Any data, information or materials which the Client supplies to ACO in the course of this Agreement shall represent Confidential Information and/or Background IP (as defined below) belonging to the Client by ACIR. ACO shall keep confidential all information supplied to it by the Client in connection with the Services (‘Confidential Information’), and shall not disclose Confidential Information to third parties or members of its staff or students outside the team performing the Services without the Client’s prior written consent; where consent is granted, ACO shall only disclose Confidential Information under legally-binding confidentiality agreements on terms no less onerous than those in this Agreement The obligations of confidentiality herein shall survive expiry or termination of this Agreement by 5 years and shall not apply to information which ACO can clearly demonstrate by written record: enters the public domain through no fault of ACO; becomes lawfully available to ACO from an unconnected third party under no obligations of confidentiality or with the lawful right to make such a disclosure; has been independently developed or conceived for or by ACO without reference to the ACO Association – ACIR Client ‘s Confidential Information; or ACO is required to disclose by law or a regulation, in which circumstances it shall wherever practicable give reasonable advance notice of the intended disclosure to the Client, and the relaxation of the obligations of confidentiality shall apply only for as long as necessary to comply with the relevant law or regulation and solely for the purposes of such compliance.
Nothing in this Agreement shall affect the ownership of intellectual property rights existing prior to this Agreement or generated outside of its scope (‘Background IP’). Any developments and/or modifications to Background IP belonging to a party made in the course of carrying out the Services shall be the property of the party owning that Background IP.
ACO shall not assume liability, including liability for financial reimbursement, towards the Client for any act, omission or default for which it may become liable under the terms of this Agreement to the extent that such liability is the result of an act, omission or default of ACO. The Client shall nevertheless use its reasonable endeavors to mitigate any losses it may incur. Neither party can be liable to the other for any claims or demands arising out of this Agreement for loss of income, profits, turnover, business, opportunity, goodwill, economic loss, indirect loss or consequential loss, no matter how arising and whether by breach or by negligence and whether in contract, tort or otherwise. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the terms and conditions in this Agreement are in place of any warranties, obligations or conditions implied by law, trade usage or custom. This clause shall not limit or exclude any liability that may not be limited or excluded in law, such as solely by way of example, liability for death or personal injury.
Neither party shall use the other’s name, crest, logo or trademarks, or the name of any of its staff or students, nor imply their identity, in connection with this Agreement without the express written permission of that party or individual, except that nothing in this clause shall restrict, delay, impede or prevent a party from using the other party’s name when making disclosures under applicable freedom of information legislation or in its own reports or internal literature.
Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving notice in writing to the other party subject to a minimum of 30 working days’ notice; ACO will not refund fees on a pro rata basis once its costs and uncancellable commitments have been considered. Termination of this Agreement shall not affect the survival of any clauses or provisions herein which are stated, or which by their nature are intended, to continue after termination or expiry.
This Agreement supersedes and terminates all other agreements, terms, understandings and representations regarding the Services between the parties and constitutes the entire agreement between them concerning the Services. This clause shall not exclude liability for fraudulent representation or concealment made prior to this Agreement coming into force. No failure to exercise or delay in the exercise of any right or remedy which any party may have under this Agreement or in connection with this Agreement shall operate as a waiver that right or remedy.
This Agreement is made and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of Santa Rosa County, Florida and The United States. In the event of any difference or dispute arising from this Agreement, the parties will endeavor to settle such matters between themselves in good faith, initially at an operational level, but if this is not successful within 14 days, through their appropriate responsible senior officers. Should the parties be unable to resolve matters within a further period of 25 working days, they shall refer the matter promptly for final, binding resolution using Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques by either ACIR Mediation the Ascension Center for Effective Dispute Resolution if both parties are based in the USA or the International Chamber of Commerce if one of the parties is based outside the USA or UK. The language of any such proceedings shall be English.
Nothing in this Agreement shall confer or purport to confer on any third party any benefit or any right to enforce any term of this Agreement.
Each party shall fully comply with applicable anti-bribery legislation and neither party shall engage in any activity, practice or conduct which would constitute an offence under that legislation.
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Executive Summary: Broadcasting
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) performed a demographics analysis on the broadcasting industry. The industry was defined as Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) major group codes 483 (radio and television) and 484 (cable and other pay television). Major group 483 was further divided by SIC codes 4832 (radio) and 4833 (television). The study focused on demographic changes reflected in EEO-1 reports from large establishments (1,000 or more total employees) during 1995-2000 for four occupational groups: officials and managers, professionals, technicians, and sales workers. The demographic groups examined were women and three race/ethnic minorities: blacks, Hispanics, and Asians. Comparisons were drawn with two sets of occupational data derived from the 1990 Census. The first set included key occupations found in broadcasting, but taken across all industries. The second set included those occupations found within the broadcasting industry. For both sets, the occupations were combined into the four occupational groups described above.
Employees within the industry for the four occupational groups are mostly white. The technician and officials and managers occupational groups are predominantly male. In 2000, males had slim majorities in professional and sales worker jobs.
Minority representation (the three principal groups and “other” minorities) for the large establishments exceeded 1990 Census levels throughout 1995-2000 in three of the four occupational groups. It fluctuated for sales, possibly because this is a relatively small but growing occupational group.
Women’s representation during 1995-2000 was generally above 1990 Census levels for one occupational group (officials and managers), below for one group (technicians), and mixed for two (sales workers and professionals). For the latter two occupational groups, women were generally represented in the large establishments above 1990 levels for key occupations within Broadcasting, but below 1990 levels for key occupations across all industries.
For officials and managers, minority representation grew from 14.9% in 1995 to 16.5% in 2000. This was slightly below the high of 16.8% reached in 1998. Women increased their representation from 40.8% to 41.6%. Minority and women representation during this period was consistently above 1990 Census data levels. Blacks were the largest race/ethnic minority group, with representation around 9% from 1998 on.
Minorities made up 22% of professionals in 2000, compared to 17.1% in 1995, and above the 1990 Census comparisons. Women increased their representation from 46.5% to 49.3% during this period, but still slightly lagged their representation in the 1990 Census data for key occupations across all industries.
Minority representation for technicians increased from 23% to 30.6%. Blacks accounted for much of the increase. Representation for women fluctuated and was essentially the same in 2000 as it was in 1995, and below the 1990 Census comparison levels.
For sales workers, minority representation showed uneven growth and had a 2000 level (29.8%) lower than the 1995 level (41.8%). As previously noted, sales may be highly volatile in its demographics because of relatively small size and rapid growth, as well as the small but growing number of large establishments in Broadcasting. These fluctuating levels during 1995-2000 were consistently well above the 1990 Census comparison figures. Women’s representation in 2000 stood at 48.6%, compared to 48.9% in 1995, with marked fluctuations during the intervening years. Representation during this period was generally above the 1990 Census level for key occupations within Broadcasting, but consistently below the 1990 Census level for key occupations across all industries.
While demographic patterns for large establishments tend to hold for Broadcasting as a whole, there are relatively few large establishments. In 2000, only three radio establishments out of 547 that filed EEO-1 reports had 500 or more employees. Television and cable, while having more large establishments, are still mostly local operations. The situation is further complicated for cable, which has two sub-industries: programming and wiring. Some of the largest cable firms are involved in both activities with separate divisions, and the data do not make it clear which activity is tied to a specific establishment. Given these circumstances, demographics in the components of the Broadcasting industry were described, but no analysis was attempted on specific establishments.
A brief literature review was conducted to place this study in context with published reports. Most reports in the commercial media are concerned with the portrayal of minorities and women in programming, or the demographics of small-number but highly visible occupations: actors, news anchors, and sportscasters. At least two private organizations have recently-published studies that concentrate on senior-level managers within the industry. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at one time collected data similar to that for EEO-1 reports, but that program was discontinued. The most recently-analyzed data (for cable) dates to 1999. The FCC has issued various reports pertaining to employment and ownership of stations within the industry.
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Definitions and Data: Broadcasting
Industry Definition for Broadcasting
For the Broadcasting part of this study, the industry was defined as consisting of Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations (SIC Code 483), which includes Radio Broadcasting Stations (4832) and Television Broadcasting Stations (4833); and Cable and Other Pay Television Services (484). The major group includes companies that furnish point-to-point communications services, whether intended to be received aurally or visually; and radio and television broadcasting. This major group also includes establishments primarily engaged in providing paging and beeper services and those engaged in leasing telephone lines or other methods of telephone transmission, such as optical fiber lines and microwave or satellite facilities, and reselling the use of such methods to others. This group does not include establishments primarily engaged in furnishing telephone answering services. The study also excluded Telephone Communications (481); Telegraph and Other Message Communications (482); and Communications Services, not elsewhere classified (489).
Occupational Definitions for Broadcasting
The occupational data from the 1990 Census was contained within the Communications industry group, specifically the Other Communications (Census Industry Code 048) grouping.
Within the Census broadcast industry group, officials and managers were defined as consisting of Financial Managers (Census Occupational Code 007); Managers, Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations (013); Managers and Administrators, not elsewhere classified (022); and Management Related Occupations, n.e.c. (037). The professional occupations were Librarians (164); Authors (183); Technical Writers (184); Actors and Directors (187); Photographers (189); Editors and Reporters (195); and Announcers (198). The technicians consisted of Electrical and Electronics Technicians (213); and Broadcast Equipment Operators (228) and sales workers were in Advertising and Related Sales Occupations (256).
Industry and Occupational Definitions for EEO-1 Data
Establishments with SIC codes 4832, 4833, and 4841, and with 1,000 or more total employees were selected. Data are reported according to the occupational groups described above. Data were taken from annual reports spanning 1995-2000. An annual EEO-1 report is legally required of all private employers who are subject to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended) with 100 or more employees. (Educational and certain other private organizations are excluded, but may have other reporting requirements.) Single-establishment employers file one report. Multiple-establishment employers with 50 or more employees may be require to file if they are part of a larger enterprise or engage in specified federal contracting.
Three types of data were used in comparisons represented in the charts:
- 1990 Census, all industries, key occupations found in Broadcasting; this is labeled 1990 Census (Occupation).
- 1990 Census, Broadcasting industry (Standard Industrial Classification [SIC] codes 483 and 484), key occupations; this is labeled 1990 Census (Industry/Occupation).
- 1995-2000 annual EEO-1 reports, Radio/Television/Cable and other pay television (SIC codes 4832, 4833, and 4841, respectively), establishments with 1,000 or more employees; these are labeled [year] EEO-1 (Broadcasting).
The 1990 Census occupations were grouped to correspond to four occupational groups used in the EEO-1 reports: officials and managers, professionals, technicians, and sales workers.
The major race/ethnic groups are black, Hispanic, and Asian. Other minorities combined were less than one percent in any occupational category.
The representation of women and race/ethnic minorities are presented in Figures 1-4. Each figure contains four charts, each corresponding to one of the four occupational groups. Data are expressed as percentages of the data source being presented (e.g., percentage of black officials and managers in the 1990 Census (Occupation) source.) The contents of the figures are as follows:
- Figure 1 presents the two 1990 Census sources and the 1995 EEO-1 data for establishments of 1,000 or more employees by race/ethnic minority.
- Figure 2 presents the same data sources by sex.
- Figure 3 presents EEO-1 data spanning 1995-2000 for establishments of 1,000 or more employees by race/ethnic minority.
- Figure 4 presents the EEO-1 data described above by sex.
The number of establishments with 1,000 or more employees grew from 8 in 1995 to 26 in 2000. Broadcasting establishments that filed EEO-1 reports had a total of 149,628 employees in 1995. This number grew to 305,589 in 2000.
For all broadcasting establishments filing EEO-1 reports in 2000, the 26 large establishments had 13% of all the employees. The demographic distribution of the large establishments was generally comparable to the rest of the broadcasting establishments that filed EEO-1 reports.
For the EEO-1 data presented in the charts, a decline in any race/ethnic or sex group generally does not mean a decrease in the number of employees. It means that the group was not growing as fast as other groups to which it is compared.
Broadcasting employees in the four occupational groups mentioned above are mostly white. Technicians and official and managers are mostly male (86.6% and 58.4%, respectively) for large establishments in 2000. Males comprised a slim majority in 2000 for professional and sales worker jobs.
Minority representation for the four occupational groups in the large establishments exceeded that for 1990 Census data and continued to grow during 1995-2000 in three of the four occupational groups. Minority representation in sales fluctuated during 1995-2000, possibly because this is the smallest of the four occupational groups being examined and, at the same time, there was considerable employment growth. Blacks comprised the largest minority group in the industry and, apart from sales, their representation grew during 1995-2000.
Representation for women in the large establishments during 1995-2000 was above that in the 1990 Census data for officials and managers, with a high of 41.6% in 2000. Women’s representation among technicians was generally below the 1990 Census level during 1995-2000 (under 14% for four of the six years) for the large establishments. Representation during 1995- 2000 in sales and professionals was generally above the 1990 figures for key occupations within Broadcasting, but generally below the 1990 levels for key occupations across all industries (53.8% and 69.2%, respectively).
Officials and Managers
Minority representation for large establishments was 16.5% in 2000, above the 1990 Census levels. Representation for minority groups fluctuated for large establishments during 1995-2000 but always remained above 1990 Census levels. Representation for women was also consistently above 1990 Census levels.
Minority representation in the large establishments was above 1990 Census levels and consistently grew during 1995-2000 to 22%. Black and Asian representation grew during this period. Hispanic representation peaked in 1998 at 5.7% and declined slightly in 1999 and 2000. Women’s representation grew throughout the period to 49.3% for the large establishments, although it remained slightly below the 1990 Census level for key occupations across all industries.
Both the 1990 Census data and the EEO-1 data for large establishments establish this as an occupational group with high minority representation. The 1990 Census levels were slightly under 20%. The 2000 EEO-1 level was slightly above 30%. Blacks and Hispanics increased their representation in the large establishments during 1995-2000. Asians increased their representation slightly, but peaked in 1997 at 3.5%. Asian representation in the large establishments was below their 1990 Census representation of 5.5% in key occupations across all industries.
This is also the occupational group with the lowest representation for women. Across the 1990 Census and EEO-1 1995-2000 data, representation for women is generally 15% or lower. Women were 15.7% of the technicians in the 1999 EEO-1 data for large establishments. That figure fell to 13.4% in 2000. At the same time, minority representation increased by three percentage points. These fluctuations may be due to the overall increase in employees in the large establishments, from 15,952 (22 establishments) to 18,214 (26 establishments) over one year.
As already noted, this occupational group is relatively small but growing within an industry that was growing overall. Minority representation for the large establishments during 1995-2000 was well above 1990 Census levels, around 40% in some years. Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians were all above their 1990 Census levels, although representation fluctuated during 1995-2000.
Representation for women in the large establishments started and ended during this period at just under 49%, with sharp fluctuations. Representation in the large establishments was generally above the 1990 Census level for key occupations in Broadcasting. However, representation was consistently below that for 1990 Census data for key occupations across all industries (51.7%).
Figure 1. Census (1990) and EEO-1 (1995) Representation by Race/Ethnic Minority
Figure 2. Census (1990) and EEO-1 (1995) Representation by Sex
Figure 3. EEO-1 (1995-2000) Representation by Race/Ethnic Minority
Figure 4. EEO-1 (1995-2000) Representation by Sex
Industry Composition: Broadcasting
This section provides further detail on the composition of this industry by sub-sector and firm size. This information is consistent with other characteristics and differences related to employment by establishments in radio broadcasting, in television broadcasting and in cable. Because the differences outweigh the similarities, EEOC cannot make refined statistical comparisons at this time.
With few exceptions, the activities that comprise the broadcast industry do not overlap with each other in terms of employment opportunities and labor markets. Broadcasters outside major metropolitan areas do not, other than local news, sports and weather, actually produce the material they transmit. In many instances, station employees simply replay material obtained from non-staff sources. While such firms may be more visible to the public because of their broadcast activity, their employment practices cannot be analyzed in great detail.
Based on EEO-1 data for 2000, 547 radio stations filed annual reports. Only seventeen, or only three percent, employed more than 250 persons. Only three stations employed 500 or more. Most employees were either in professional occupations (primarily announcers) or in sales, selling air- time.
Of the 753 television establishments, only 46, or six percent, employed more than 250 persons. The six stations employing 1,000 or more persons were either part of media giants or a large educational network Much station content is either independently produced or originates from the handful of largest establishments. Consequently the opportunity for employment and advancement in the occupations under review is limited to the handful of firms operating at that level.
The cable services section is similar, in that only a minuscule number across the country employ 1,000 or more persons. Most of those establishments are branches of a small number of media giants. This segment of broadcasting is distinguished by the higher proportion of technicians, and fewer professional workers. Accordingly, employment is more likely to be at the local labor market level. No further analysis of cable broadcasters has been done at this time.
A further issue with cable is that it includes establishments that are engaged in programming, and others that are concerned with delivering programming to consumers. In some cases a large firm will have divisions engaged in each activity. The SIC classification does not distinguish between the two.
Analysis of Charge Data System Information, 1995 – 2000: Broadcasting
The Charge Data System (CDS) contains information on the bases and issues involved in discrimination charges filed with the EEOC or state and local agencies. Data for SIC 483 and 484 were obtained and edited for the analysis. Frequency counts were taken for new charges by year for the primary basis and issue combinations listed in the CDS. The charts provide a summary of the most frequently cited primary issue/basis combinations by SIC code.
Within SIC code 483 (Radio and Television), the largest number of charges concern discharge and constructive discharge of women (Figure 5). Also of note are sexual and other harassment and demotion charges filed by females. The trend for all of these types of charges is either steady in number or declining for the period under study.
For SIC code 484 (Cable and Pay Television), the total number of charges has increased dramatically between 1995 and 2000 (Figure 5). A possible reason for the increase in the number of charges across this SIC code is the general expansion within the cable industry to include telephone and internet services as well as traditional cable television services. The most common issue/basis combination for the Cable and Pay Television sub-industry is “race black” discharges. Women also filed a large number of charges over this time period, although no particular issue stands out. Otherwise, the distribution of charges by basis and issue is fairly even across this SIC code.
Literature Review: Broadcasting
The EEOC conducted a brief review of the literature regarding equal employment opportunity issues in the broadcasting industry. A number of articles were found, but most dealt with who is seen in programming: how demographic groups are portrayed in programs, if they are visible at all; or the demographics of highly visible commentators, such as news program anchors and sportscasters.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had, until 1999, required that establishments of five or more employees report employee demographics in a way similar to EEO-1 data.
The National Association of Minorities in Communications (NAMIC) published a study in 1999, A Look Towards Advancement: Minority Employment in Cable. The study indicated that minorities constituted 16.5% of the officials and managers occupational group reported by the FCC in 1997. (The figure for large establishments in this report for 1997 is 16.1%.) However, the report indicated that a NAMIC survey found only 5% minority representation for uppermost management categories (Senior Vice President to Chief Executive Officer). The study also explored employee perceptions of factors that helped or hindered career advancement.
The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania issued a report in 2001, Progress or No Room at the Top? The Role of Women in Telecommunications, Broadcast, Cable and E-Companies, indicating that women accounted for only 9% of the board members and 13% of the top executives in communications companies. The types of firms included telecommunications (e.g., cellular telephones) and print media as well as broadcasting. In 2002 the Center published The Glass Ceiling in the Executive Suite: The 2nd Annual AAPC Analyses of Women Leaders in Communication Companies.This study identifies major firms by sub-industry and provides statistics on their women board members and executives.
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