European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
Union européenne de radio-télévision (UER)
1950-02-12 Torquay UK
Founded following the birth of radio broadcasting across Europe, and in succession to H-XH3715 - International Broadcasting Union, set up 4 Apr 1925, Geneva (Switzerland). International co-operation disrupted during World War II and Cold War. H-XC2391 - International Radio and Television Organization, set up 28 Jun 1946, based in Prague (Czech Rep), represented broadcasters in Eastern Europe until it disbanded in 1992. EBU and its U-XK0692 - Eurovision and U-XK0924 - Euroradio operations merged with OIRT and its U-XE0755 - Intervision, 1 Jan 1993, thus resulting in full reunification of European broadcasting.
Strive to secure a sustainable future for public service media; provide world-class content from news to sport and music; create a centre for learning and sharing based on founding ethos of solidarity and co-operation.
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General Assembly; Executive Board; Statutory Expert Groups (2); Sectoral Assemblies and Committees (7); Operations Council; Committees (2); Groups (2); Operates: Eurovision; Euroradio.
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