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Member Profiles

AIB Members are located across the world, from New Zealand to North America. Together they reach over one billion people each week, delivering news, information, education and entertainment to viewers, listeners and online audiences. 

Here you can learn more about some of the AIB’s remarkable member companies. Click on the company name to access individual profiles of the organisations. 

Individual Membership

The AIB offers an individual membership to individuals or small partnerships that produce or work within the international broadcast and media markets and for whom corporate membership would be inappropriate. Individual membership costs £350 per year. You will receive the member rate to enter the AIBs and attend the AIBs gala dinner (The next in person event will take place in November 2022). You will receive our members newsletter and be able to benefit from website editorial promotion.

Current individual members

Alan Rook – BlackRook Media

Greg Moyer – Blue Chalk 

Chip Duncan – The Duncan Entertainment Group




join the AIB

The AIB provides a range of services to its Members. For example, it operates a range of Member-only working Groups, covering Cyber Security, Media Freedom, Regulatory and Legal Affairs, and SustainabilityEach of these groups provides an invaluable forum for the exchange of knowledge and expertise among Association Members, and we encourage you to nominate participants from your organisation, if you are not already taking part.

Ensure that your company is represented in relevant AIB Working Groups to benefit from the exchange of information and knowledge across a range of subjects

Talk to Tom Wragg to explore the opportunities and benefits associated with the expanding number of AIB Working Groups, and about the other ways in which AIB Membership can benefit your company.

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