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Partnering with the AIB allows organisations

  • to promote their services to over 27,000 people in the global media industry in over 160 countries
  • to be associated with the best of international factual broadcasting at our annual awards
  • to support events discussing major issues and opportunities in TV, radio and digital broadcasting.

The Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) is renowned as an impartial, accurate provider of news and information to the world’s media companies. Key executives rely on AIB’s analysis and reporting to keep them up-to-date with developments in the global TV, radio and transmedia industries.

The AIBs, the annual international factual broadcasting awards run by the AIB and now in their 14th year, celebrate and reward the best in factual TV, radio and digital broadcasting programmes and talent, attracting entries from all across the world. There are opportunities for companies to sponsor categories, the reception and even become event partners.

You can find out more about the AIBs by going to our awards website.

In addition the AIB organises events which involve key players in broadcasting production and distribution.

Opportunities to sponsor AIB activities or advertise in AIB publications provide brands with the opportunity to gain recognition and engage the leading decision makers in broadcasting and mobile media throughout the world.

Discuss the possibilities and tailor a solution that meets your brand’s requirements by contacting Tom Wragg at AIB on +44 20 7993 2557

ASAP90 | September 2018

It had been a tricky task, balancing the need to make Radio Taiwan International’s (RTI) 90th anniversary celebrations suitably impressive with the organisation’s desire to ‘go green’. Indeed, the two-day event that the AIB had spent the last six months designing and curating was intended to be spectacular not in the traditional, aesthetic sense, but with respect to its ambitious theme: ‘Achieving Sustainability in Asia-Pacific’. As such, a pithy acronym for social media mentions that reflected the urgency of the sustainability issues affecting the region was developed: #ASAP90. Throughout the event, speakers and participants from around the region gathered to discuss how sustainability can be both successful and equitable, the ethics of journalism and media in today’s world, and the degree to which journalism and activism are compatible.

You can read more about the conference here.

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