Introducing AIB

AIB is the trade association for TV, radio and online broadcasting. Established in 1993, AIB provides its members with intelligence, networking, lobbying, promotion and more AIB’s growing international membership includes major broadcasters and suppliers to the global broadcasting industry. Talk to us about how you can benefit from the AIB’s international reach and influence.


The AIBs, our annual celebration of the world’s best factual programming will open for entry on the 2 April 2019.


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SportsPro discusses the OTT service’s multi-rights offering with chief executive Julian Ogrin

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10 Years with Hayao Miyazaki 20 April   23:10/ 5:10 / 10:10 / 17:10 An exclusive 4-part documentary chronicling the creative process of the legendary Japanese filmmaker. Since 2007, NHK has been granted exclusive access to the studio of legendary Japanese animator...

RSF urges Chinese ambassador to stop harassing Swedish media

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has condemned repeated attacks by the Chinese embassy against Swedish journalists and insists that diplomatic missions have no say in the editorial content of media in their host country. “But why is he so harsh?” This is a question...

USAGM budget request supports modernization and strategic priorities

The United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM) today released its detailed Fiscal Year 2020 budget request, seeking $628 million to support key U.S. foreign policy goals, maximize impact and continue modernization initiatives while accommodating current spending...


The Association for International Broadcasting has a range of specialised Working Groups that allow the exchange of information and expertise among AIB Members.

Current Working Groups include: Cyber SecurityAudience ResearchSustainability; and Emerging Technology. Read more here.

The AIB monitors threats to journalists working throughout the world.

Check our the latest news affecting the free and fair reporting of news around the world. More here.

Watch international media leaders in conversation with the AIB. 

From senior executives in international broadcasters to facilities providers, you can learn about the challenges and opportunities faced in today’s media industry.