Policies Regarding Cablecasting, Telecasting, Filming, Photographing, Videotaping, and/or Webcasting (Video Streaming)
PIAA policy permits schools, spectators (who have purchased the appropriate admission ticket), and/or the media to photograph or videotape any PIAA Inter-District Championship Contest provided the photograph or videotape is not used until following the conclusion of the Contest. However, cable/television stations, schools, spectators, and/or the media interested in cablecasting/telecasting, filming, photographing, videotaping, or webcasting (video streaming) any PIAA Inter-District Championship Contest must comply with the following policies:
- PIAA must be contacted, in writing, for permission to cablecast, telecast, or webcast (video stream) live or on a delayed basis, a Contest or any part of a Contest.
- Persons photographing or videotaping a Contest, and stations cablecasting, telecasting, or webcasting (video streaming) a Contest must remain in the areas that have been designated for spectators, sports photographers, schools, cable/television stations, or Internet video broadcasters, respectively.
- Persons cablecasting, telecasting, photographing, videotaping, or webcasting (video streaming) a Contest shall not stand on any unsafe or potentially hazardous physical object or facility.
- Persons cablecasting, telecasting, photographing, videotaping, or webcasting (video streaming) a Contest shall not interfere with the visibility and comfort of spectators, shall not present a safety hazard to spectators, and shall not disrupt, disturb, or interfere with the competition or with an individual competitor.