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Industry Links

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Online access to broadcasting companies across the globe, as well as to other relevant links concerned with the television industry.
Listings of television channels across the globe:

Broadcasting Associations
Industry Audience Research
Government/Industry-based Guides and Directories
Broadcasting Companies:
Middle East
Asia: General
East Asia
Southern Asia
Southeast Asia
Australia and New Zealand
Mainland Europe and Scandinavia
North America:
United States
United Kingdom and Ireland

Broadcasting Associations

British Academy Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
TV France International
The Association of French TV Programme Exporters.
International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
"Created to globally expand the exchange of ideas, information and professional expertise among television executives, The Foundation of The International Academy strives to enhance industry contacts among individuals and television organizations."
The Association for International Broadcasting (AIB)
It is the industry body for international television, radio and online, which serves the international media. It aims 'to bring together the international broadcasting industry, supplying market intelligence, networking, representation, board-level contacts and a range of other services to members'.
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
The Academy is 'dedicated to the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry'.
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
Founded in 1922, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is the oldest and largest trade association representing the interests of free, over-the-air radio and television broadcasters.
Royal Television Society
Women in Film and Television – Toronto 'is a leading internationally affiliated industry organisation that recognises, trains and advances women in screen-based media. WIFT-T offers a year-round slate of skills development, networking events and industry awards, providing the tools to succeed in Canada's global entertainment industry.'

Industry Audience Research

Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB)
BARB provides in-home TV viewing measurement for the UK.
Nielsen Media Research
'Nielsen Media Research is the world-famous TV Ratings company. Active in more than 40 countries, we offer television and radio audience measurement, print readership and custom media research services. In the United States, Nielsen Media Research provides television audience estimates for broadcast and cable networks, television stations, national syndicators, regional cable television systems, satellite providers, advertisers and advertising agencies.'

Government/Industry-based Guides and Directories

EMC Intertel
Intertel examines television branding past and present from around the globe.
European Audiovisual Directory
Searchable database of television companies in Europe.
Zona Europa: European Television Directory
Mondo Times – the worldwide media guide.
TV Link

Entertainment industry weblinks

Lists TV stations from around the globe
Directory of US TV broadcasting companies and networks.
Screen Australia. Australian TV listings.
TVbroadcasters.com provides a web-based resource to Canadian and American broadcast television and industry-related sites and news.
Visualnet: The International Film, TV and Video Production Directory.

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