This excerpt taken from the CCO 8-K filed Jan 5, 2010.
4. NONDISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
Employee has access to confidential information and trade secrets including but not limited to Companys operational, programming, training/employee development, engineering, and sales information, customer lists, business and employment contracts, representation agreements, pricing and ratings information, production and cost data, compensation and fee information, strategic business plans, budgets, financial statements, and other information Company treats as confidential or proprietary (collectively the Confidential Information). Employee acknowledges that such Confidential Information is proprietary and agrees not to disclose it to anyone outside Company except to the extent that (a) it is necessary in connection with performing his duties; (b) Employee is required by court order to disclose the Confidential Information, provided that Employee shall promptly inform Company, shall cooperate with Company to obtain a protective order or otherwise restrict disclosure, and shall only disclose Confidential Information to the minimum extent necessary to comply with the court order; or (c) such Confidential Information becomes publicly known through no direct or indirect action or fault of Employee. Employee agrees to never use Confidential Information in competing, directly or indirectly, with Company. When employment ends, Employee will immediately return all Confidential Information to Company.