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Celebro Media joins the Association for International Broadcasting

25-February-2017
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Celebro Media joins the Association for International Broadcasting

The Association for International Broadcasting, the trade association for television, radio, and online, has welcomed London-based studio and facilities house Celebro Media as its latest Member.

“It is great to have Celebro Media on board as a Member of the Association for International Broadcasting,” said Simon Spanswick, AIB chief executive. “Celebro Media is an innovative company and we have been impressed by the innovative solutions it offers to broadcasters. We are looking forward to helping Celebro Media as it develops its services in the UK and around the world.”

 “We are extremely pleased to be part of the AIB community,” commented Wesley Dodd, CEO of Celebro Media. “We are dedicated to supporting the international broadcasting industry and being involved in the AIB's global networks will be a real benefit to my colleagues and me. Celebro Media is looking forward to sharing its expertise and its innovations with other AIB Members in the Association's working groups. And of course, we're happy to explore how Celebro Media can help and assist other AIB Members.”

Through its Membership of the Association for International Broadcasting, Celebro Media now has access to the full range of the AIB's work, ranging from market intelligence and briefings to participation in working groups that focus on key areas of activity such as emerging technology, cyber security, sustainability, and audience measurement. The AIB also supports its Members on key issues that affect their business through its international lobbying activities.

The Association for International Broadcasting is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization that works for the benefit of its Members and of the wider media industry.

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