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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.

 
 

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Extension for entering globally renowned AIBs

We'd set the deadline for entering the AIBs 2019 as 28 June. But we've been asked to extend this by many organisations who cannot meet the original closing date. The new closing date for the AIBs is now 12 July 2019. There's plenty of time to get your work into one or...

BBC News Chinese content live on Yahoo Hong Kong

Text and video content from the BBC News Chinese website bbc.com/chinese now features on the popular Hong Kong news portal, Yahoo Hong Kong, and its mobile apps, Yahoo Hong Kong News and Yahoo TV. Thanks to an agreement between BBC News and Yahoo Hong Kong, the BBC...

USAGM winners at 2019 National Murrow Awards

Two U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM) networks-Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and Radio Free Asia (RFA)-have been named winners of the prestigious 2019 National Murrow Awards. This is the first time the two networks have received this honor, presented by...

 

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 is working to improve media freedom throughout the world.

Read about the work that the Association for International Broadcasting is undertaking on this vitally important subject 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.