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Triad Idol Competition: August 10th 12pm-8pm | Hanes Mall

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Hey Triad, do you have what it takes to be the next American Idol? ABC45 Television is holding a contest for the 2019 Triad Idol where you can compete for the chance to win the coveted “Front of the Line Pass”, which ensures you an audition at an American Idol bus tour stop. Join ABC45 for the Triad Idol competition, Saturday, August 10 from noon to 8p at the Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem. Don’t miss Triad Idol - come out and show us why you’ve got what it takes to be the next American Idol.

A total of ten (10) Front of the Line Passes will be distributed on August 10, 2019.

Must be fifteen (15) to twenty-eight (28) years old as of June 1st, 2019. Under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

Eligible contestants must be from counties in the ABC 45 viewing area which include, Alamance, Guilford, Forsyth, Davie, Rockingham, Davidson, Stokes, Surry Wilkes, Yadkin, Randolph, Montgomery, Alleghany, Caswell and Patrick (VA) counties.

WXLV abc45 reserves the right to cut off the line early before the 8pm deadline OR if all ten (10) passes have already been awarded.


You must also meet American Idol Season 3 eligibility requirements (below):

AMERICAN IDOL SEASON 3

Eligibility Requirements.

1. On June 1, 2019 you must be 15 to 28 years old (which means you must be born on or between June

2, 1990 and June 1, 2004). If you were born before or after this window, you are not eligible to participate

on the third season of the television program currently entitled American Idol, which is intended to initially

air on the ABC television network (the “Program”). Under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

2. You must be a legal U.S. resident and be authorized to participate in the entire competition portion of

the Program and throughout the term of any post- show agreements provided by Producer or any of the

other Program Entities (as defined below), such as but not limited to, a recording agreement. This means

that you must either: (i) have the unrestricted right to work in the United States, or (ii) possess the

appropriate United States employment authorization that permits you to participate and compete in the

Program and engage in any post-show agreements and related employment. Prior to the beginning of the

competition portion of the Program, each potential contestant must demonstrate, to Producer’s

satisfaction, compliance with this requirement in order to accept an invitation to the competition.

3. You are ineligible to participate in the Program if you competed in any previous season of American

Idol and advanced to the Top 10 stage of the competition.

4. To accept an invitation to participate in the competition portion of the Program (currently scheduled

to begin in December 2019), you must be able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of Producer that you do

not have any contractual arrangement that would prohibit you from fully participating in the show and/or

entering into any contracts required by Producer, including, but not limited to, an exclusive recording

contract, merchandising contract, a live and/or global touring agreement, a music publishing or

songwriting agreement and an exclusive management contract (subject to paragraph 5 below).

5. In the event that you already have a management contract prior to your first audition in front of the

Program judges, the requirement to enter into a management contract shall not apply to you provided

that you can demonstrate to the satisfaction of Producer and 19 Entertainment Limited that such contract

commenced prior to the date of your first audition in front of the Program judges. Furthermore, in the

event that you have previously entered into and are still a party to a music publishing or songwriting

agreement prior to your audition in front of the Program judges, then you must agree to promptly disclose

the existence of such agreement to Producer (as defined below) and the 19 Companies (as defined below)

(or an affiliate or designee), provide material details of said agreement and/or provide a copy of such

agreement upon the request of the 19 Companies (or an affiliate) and you must agree not to extend the

existing term of such agreement. By accepting an invitation to be a participant, you must timely complete

and return such participant agreements, releases and all exhibits, schedules and attachments thereto that

will be furnished to you by Producer and/or 19 Entertainment.

6. You must not currently be a candidate for public office and must agree not to become a candidate for

public office until one (1) year after the initial exhibition of the final episode of the Program in which you

appear (if selected to participate).

7. As of May 5, 2019 and continuing through the completion of the competition, neither you nor any of

your immediate family members or members of your household (whether related or not), may be an

employee, officer or director of: (a) Industrial Media Inc. and all majority owned subsidiaries (including,

but not limited to, 19 Entertainment Limited, 19 Entertainment, Inc., 19 Recording Services, Inc., 19

Recordings Limited, 19 TV Limited, 19 Recordings, Inc., and 19 Publishing, Inc.) (collectively, the “19

Companies”); (b) American Idol Productions, Inc. (“Producer”); (c) American Broadcasting Companies,

Inc. (“ABC”); (d) FremantleMedia North America, Inc. (“Fremantle”); (e) Telescope Inc.; (f) any of the

foregoing entities’ respective parents, subsidiaries or affiliated companies (including, without

limitation, The Walt Disney Company and its affiliates); (g) any person or entity directly involved in the

casting, auditions, development, production, distribution, or other exploitation of the Program or any

variation thereof; (h) any known, major sponsor of the Program; or (i) any person or entity supplying

services or prizes to the Program. The entities described in the preceding sentence shall be referred to

herein, individually and collectively, as the “Program Entities.”

8. You must accurately complete all documents provided by Producer, any of the other Program Entities

or any other entity providing services to the Program.

Please note that in order to enjoy the full benefit of any recording agreement prize offered as part of the

Program, you must be a legal U.S. resident with either the unrestricted right to work in the United States

or have employment authorization in the United States that permits you to work and fulfill any post show

agreements provided by Producer or any of the other Program Entities.

Producer has the sole discretion to make determinations of contestant eligibility, which are binding and

final in all respects, and Producer reserves the right to change any of the eligibility requirements at any

time.

In addition, you acknowledge and agree that Producer has the sole discretion at any time to render

ineligible and disqualify any person who, in Producer’s sole discretion, is sufficiently acquainted with the

development, production, administration, judging, exhibition or other exploitation of the Program such

that his or her participation in the Program could create the appearance of impropriety.

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