Introducing AIB

AIB is the trade association for TV, radio and digital 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 AIB and COVID-19

The Association for International Broadcasting is open and fully operational

All staff are reachable on the usual numbers and via e-mail and there’s full access to the entire range of AIB services.

We continue to support our Members across the world and have introduced an electronic Coronavirus Information Exchange for Member organisations to share intelligence, best practice and to ask questions of colleagues. We are updating our news desk with relevant stories, both coronavirus-related and more mainstream information. 

The AIBs 2020

Congratulations to all the entrants to the AIBs 2020 who have reached the shortlist. You can see the full list at…/shortlis…/AIBs-Shortlist-2020-3.pdf.
Watch out for details of our Awards ceremony in November – despite it being somewhat different this year, it will celebrate the work of all our entrants and the entire journalism and factual production sectors.
And a special shout out to our event partner Al Jazeera Media Network and category sponsor Radio Taiwan International.

AIB MEMBER weekly reach

media leaders reached

years of experience

Providing free, independent access to news and information is integral to cohesive societies, to building democracy and to creating prosperity. 

The AIB counts the issue of media freedom as a core subject and is working extensively to help improve media freedom globally. Read about the AIB’s work and how you can be involved here


The AIBs

The AIBs are the international awards for journalism and factual programming across TV, radio and digital.

First started at the request of its Members in 2005, the AIBs are run by the Association for International Broadcasting to celebrate the world’s best factual output. In 2019, the AIBs attracted more than 400 hours of content from broadcasters in over 40 countries.  

Find out more by going to our dedicated awards website.

“It means a huge amount to be recognised in these most prestigious awards, particularly against such very tough international competition”

Liz Tucker, documentary producer

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