(1)A host racing race meet licensee is solely responsible to the commission for the content of its simulcast and shall use all reasonable effort to present a simulcast which offers viewers an exemplary depiction of its racing program, at least a periodic display of wagering information as part of the audio/visual signal and continuity programming between racing events.
(2)Every simulcast will be encrypted using an encryption algorithm system approved by the commission.
(3)Except as otherwise approved by the state supervisor of mutuels, every simulcast will contain in its video content a digital display of the actual date, day, and time of day, the name of the race track from where it emanates, the number of the race being displayed, and for horse races, the sequential fractional time of the race as the race is being run. Every race shall be recorded on both video and audio tape and shall contain the same information as the video content of a simulcast.
(4)The totalizator system will combine the pari-mutuel pool amounts from all off-track wagering facilities with the pari-mutuel pool contributions accepted at an Oregon host track.
(5)No race meet shall simulcast its races without first receiving authorization from the Oregon Racing Commission.
Rule 462-200-0320 — General Provisions,