AIB took part in this year’s MIPTV in Cannes Copies of our international media magazine, The Channel, were available to delegates, along with a special supplement highlighting selected AIB member offers in programming and services.
Download a copy of the supplement by clicking on the cover to the right.
AIB welcomes another new member, euronews, which is the most-watched news channel in Europe and a full multimedia platform for viewers on the move. It broadcasts world news in 13 different languages (Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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, India to Kenya, Vietnam to Venezuela.
The focus of this new edition is Children’s TV – we find out about Germany’s KIKA, Wild Kratts in Canada and more. You can also find major stories about a redefined France Médias Monde, the parent of France 24, RFI and Monte Carlo Doualiya. There’s much to digest – order your subscription to the magazine now to have the print edition sent directly to you.
AIB is also surveying readers of The Channel to find out what they like about the magazine and what we can do better. Visit http://www.aib.org.uk/the-channel/channelsurvey/ to take part.
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, Colors, Channel NewsAsia, Times Global Broadcasting and Deutsche Welle as well as companies like Shell, Intelsat, Babcock, GlobeCast, Arabsat, Eutelsat, Vizrt and WRN Broadcast.