AIB – planning 2014
AIB is formulating its strategic work plan for 2014. Everything AIB does is for its members and they have asked for AIB to become involved in a range of high-profile activities in the coming year.
Look out for information about exclusive AIB events on digital switchover, global news, TV in the Arabic-speaking world and more.
Talk to us about getting involved as AIB’s work gathers pace and expands into new areas.
The AIBs 2013 took place at a sell-out evening on Wednesday 6 November. Our ninth annual awards had guests joining us from all over the world – including senior executives, editors, producers and journalists. The winners of each of the 18 categories of awards together with highly commended entries are detailed in our press release.
We have also started to publish photos from the awards on our Facebook page
The latest edition of the AIB’s international media magazine, The Channel, has been published. It is already on the desks of media leaders in 150 countries, from Albania to Australia, Kazakhstan to Kenya, Vietnam to Venezuela.
With a focus on sports broadcasting – including a look ahead to Rio’s starring role in the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016 – the magazine is an essential read for everyone in the industry.
And there is a regional focus on the Middle East, with an in-depth interview with Sky News Arabia’s Nart Bouran and a feature on the new audience measurement system destined for roll-out across the region.
AIB is the industry association for TV and radio globally. Established in 1993, AIB provides its members with intelligence, networking, promotion and more.
AIB’s growing international membership includes major broadcasters such as Eurosport, Bloomberg TV, France 24, RT, ABC Radio Australia, Channel NewsAsia, Times Global Broadcasting and Deutsche Welle as well as companies like Intelsat, Babcock, GlobeCast, Arabsat, Eutelsat, Vizrt and WRN Broadcast.