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Spring: Local Little League/Tournament Games on Radio, TV and Webcasting

Local League regular season games, Special Games, and International Tournament games may be televised, broadcast by radio and/or webcast on the Internet, but only if a fully-executed contract is in force for those specific games.

Little League International is the only body that can authorize or disallow the webcasting, televising or radio broadcasting of any games. A contract for these games must originate with the local District Administrator, Tournament Director or local Little League President.

No telecast, broadcast or webcast of any Little League Baseball or Softball game (in any division) can take place unless the proper contract is completed and approved.

Visit http://www.littleleague.org/media.htm to access these contracts and instructions for submitting them.

A database of all of these Operations Tips can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/Tips_Successful_League

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