Audiovisual distribution mode, a mix between Means of communication in digital networks allowing the user to access audiovisual works of a provider from digital databases from anywhere, at any point in time. Compared to pay-per-view and near-on-video-on-demand, the offer is not linked to any chronological order determined by a programme. This procedure requires temporary reproduction of data on various technical media. and Audiovisual distribution mode allowing a user to view a work or a broadcast against payment, while the timing of the broadcast takes place in the course of a time-defined programme sequence.: A Intellectual property creation in literature and art (as well as computer programmes) exhibiting an individual and therefore unique character. Said individual character is the prerequisite that a work can be protected. or a programme are broadcast on different channels in infinite loops at different times so that viewers may join to watch nearly at a point in time of their own choosing.