As the political temperature over the UK withdrawal from the EU heats up, the AIB has published a briefing note for Members on issues around channel licensing arising from the Draft Withdrawal Agreement that was published on 14 November.
This is part of the Association’s work for its Members on this critical issue for TV channels distributed across Europe with licences in the UK or another EU Member State.
“It’s important that broadcasters understand what options are available after the UK leaves the European Union,” says Simon Spanswick, AIB CEO. “At the AIB it’s one of our top priorities as we work to ensure that our Members are not disadvantaged as a result of the UK leaving the EU. We’re continuing to monitor the situation and convene meetings with key officials as this fluid situation develops.”
The AIB work on Brexit-related issues, and all the other services it provides, are available exclusively to Members of the Association. Contact Tom Wragg at AIB headquarters to discuss the benefits of AIB Membership.