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.
SportsPro discusses the OTT service’s multi-rights offering with chief executive Julian Ogrin
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It had been thought that there would by now be clarity on the issue of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU at the end of March. However, the political debate in the UK has been mired in discord and confusion resulting in no one knowing what will happen after 29 March....
In November 2018, the AIB convened a meeting of senior representatives of major national and international broadcasters to discuss ways to work together on issues around media freedom. The meeting in London was chaired by Peter Greste, who was imprisoned while...
This week saw the conclusion of the merger of Israel's Reshet commercial TV network with Channel 14 (until 2017 known as Channel 10). The newly merged channel is called - perhaps just a little confusingly - Channel 13. The merger had been approved in November last...
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 Security; Audience Research; Sustainability; 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.