International Broadcasting Society (IBS)
Société internationale de diffusion
1985-08-26 Seoul Korea Rep
26 Aug 1985, Seoul (Korea Rep). No recent activity reported since 1989.
Promote the interests of members and of broadcasters and communicators worldwide; promote study of all issues and problems relating to broadcasting, communications and the right to communicate; make efforts to contribute to advancing international relations and goodwill through broadcasting and communication; safeguard and promote the free flow of information and guarantee the free exercise of the right to communicate.
Events3 past events available with paid subscription only.
ActivitiesAvailable with paid subscription only.
General Assembly (every 2 years). Executive Council, consisting of up to 25 members, plus President and Vice-Presidents ex officio. Secretariat, headed by Secretary General. Subcommittees (7): Clearing House; Program Co-production; Journal; Symposium; Training and Research; International Cooperation; Special Activities.
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FinanceAvailable with paid subscription only.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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