AIB media industry news desk

Celebro Moscow available for bookings

AIB Member Celebro Media has opened new studio facilities in Washington DC and Moscow, with Los Angeles to follow in the coming weeks. Celebro Moscow overlooks the Kremlin and is available for stand-ups, interviews, discussion programmes and more - even during the...

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US international broadcaster cuts operations in Myanmar

Radio Free Asia (RFA), the private, nonprofit US government-funded corporation that broadcasts to Asian countries, halted its TV broadcasts to Myanmar saying it “will not compromise its code of journalistic ethics.” Myanmar RFA aired its last original TV broadcast on...

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Ruptly deploys a 5-camera UHD OB van in World Cup Coverage

Berlin, Germany - Ruptly provided original multi-camera live transmission of the pre - World Cup match with FIFA and Russian football legends in five different languages. The friendly game took place in Kaliningrad on June 3 and featured Brazil’s double World Cup...

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AIBs 2018 to reward Asia-Pacific sustainability TV and radio

New awards for the best coverage of sustainability issues across the Asia-Pacific region make debut in the 14th annual competition As the issue of sustainability continues to attract the attention of programme-makers, the Association for International Broadcasting has...

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Striking where it hurts

Qatari pay-TV operator claims widespread Saudi-backed piracy harming its services Subscription TV services are often targeted by individuals and rogue operators eager to access content for free, sometimes to redistribute it for profit. Subscription-only sports and...

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AIB industry briefing | May 2018

The Association for International Broadcasting has published its latest industry briefing, highlighting a selection of the stories we've reported here on the AIB website and adding additional news items that will be of interest to our global audience. You can receive...

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