Site Info - Aib.org.uk
Overview of web technologies used by Aib.org.uk.
AIB | the knowledge network for broadcasting
Description on Homepage
AIB - The Association for International BroadcastingThe website of the AIB, the Association for International Broadcasting which provides information, networking and insight for the international broadcasting industry - cross media, cross border, cross cultural. It gives details of AIB membership - international TV and radio stations, news agencies, satellite operators, regulators, research institutes and providers of technology. The site provides up to date information and insight, networking and visibility of TV, radio, online and mobile broadcasting. It gives details of AIB publications which reach over 25,000 people in broadcasting and related sectors as well as of the regular AIB market intelligence briefings for its members and of client-specific consultancy and project support. There is also comprehensive information of the AIB International Media Excellence Awards which showcase the best talent, the best programming and the most innovative technology across television, radio, online and mobile.
Description from Alexa
13 September 1999
Number 3,084,252 of all websites according to Alexa
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