International Broadcasting Union
Union internationale de radiodiffusion
4 Apr 1925, Geneva (Switzerland). Succeeded, 28 June 1946, Brussels (Belgium), by International Broadcasting Organization -- Organisation internationale de radiodiffusion (OIR), subsequently International Radio and Television Organization (OIRT); and 12 Feb 1950, Torquay (UK), by European Broadcasting Union (EBU). OIRT ceased to exist, 1 Jan 1993, following Extraordinary General Assembly, 21 Oct 1992, Moscow (Russia), on merger with the EBU, when full reunification of European broadcasting was achieved.Available with paid subscription only.
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