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WRN is a leading broadcast and transmission company providing its world-wide clients with high quality, innovative and cutting edge solutions for their broadcasting and telecommunications needs.

Since its foundation in 1992, WRN has exploited the opportunities presented by the enormous changes that broadcasting is undergoing. Digital technology has made possible a vast new portfolio of services and enabled broadcasters large and small, long-established and new, to reach new audiences in new markets. WRN is constantly exploring and developing new services in the global marketplace. Among many new initiatives, interactive and on-demand television service are being explored.

Today its London headquarters are home to a series of world-class global radio networks plus a host of specialist transmission services provided to the world's leading private and public broadcasting organisations.

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The ITU,  headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland is an international organization within the United Nations System where governments and the private sector coordinate global telecom networks and services.
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The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) is a non-profit, non-government, professional association of broadcasting organisations, formed in 1964 to facilitate the development of broadcasting in the Asia-Pacific region and to organise co-operative activities amongst its members. It currently has over 140 members in 54 countries, with its broadcaster members reaching a potential audience of about 3 billion people.

The ABU provides a forum for promoting the collective interests of television and radio broadcasters, and engages in activities to encourage regional and international co-operation between broadcasters.

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Association for International Broadcasting

The Association for International Broadcasting is the industry body that serves the international media.
The AIB's mission is to bring together the international broadcasting industry, supplying market intelligence, networking, representation, board-level contacts and a range of other services to members.
The AIB is a forum for debate, a unique centre of information about international broadcasting and a trade lobbyist.
The annual AIB Global Media Business Conference brings together the international broadcasting industry.
In addition, the AIB provides specialised services to the broadcasting industry, such as a renowned consulting operation that covers the entire broadcasting sector, from project management to digital broadcasting, programme production to transmission and delivery

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The CBA was founded in February 1945 as the Commonwealth Broadcasting Conference. The first meeting, held in London, brought together representatives of a number of broadcasting organisations that had co-operated closely in reporting the Second World. It began with six members and is today an association of more than 100 broadcasting organisations in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Australasia, the Pacific, North and South America.

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International Meteor Organization

Founded in 1988, the International Meteor Organization (IMO) is an international scientific non-profit making organization with members all over the world. The IMO was created in response to an ever growing need for international cooperation of amateur meteor work. As such, the IMO's main objectives are to encourage, support and coordinate meteor observing, to improve the quality of amateur observations, to disseminate observations and results to other amateurs and professionals and to make global analyses of observations received world-wide.

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Club WRN is open to all World Radio Network listeners, whether you listen via satellite, cable, AM/FM, your mobile telephone or the Internet. And joining costs nothing!

We will make sure you receive the latest copy of Network Live! the magazine for WRN listeners, published twice a year and containing schedules for all WRN networks plus competitions, a letters page and articles about WRN's programme partners and developments within the international broadcasting industry.

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All about Shortwave Transmitter - AIRTIME; Shortwave Broadcast - ANTENNAS; Shortwave - RADIO STATIONS; Traqnsmitter Documentation Project; Radio Broadcast Transmitters; Shortwave Transmitter Tubes; DRM AIRTIME; DRM STEREO; TDP RADIO.

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States government agency, directly responsible to Congress. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.
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The International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) is a part of the BBG. IBB is composed of the Voice of America (VOA), WORLDNET Television and Film Service, and Radio and TV Marti, and an Engineering Directorate that maintains transmitting facilities and provides support for all of IBB's broadcasting elements, including monitoring.           

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The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) is a union of broadcasting organizations throughout North America committed to advancing the interests of broadcasters at home and internationally.  As a member of the World Broadcasting Unions (WBU), NABA creates the opportunity for North American broadcasters to share information, identify common interests and reach consensus on issues of an international nature.  

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European Broadcasting Union



The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the largest professional association of national broadcasters in the world.  The Union has 74 active Members in 54 countries of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, and 47 associate Members in 26 countries further afield. 
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The Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) is one of the oldest arab joint action institutions pertaining to the League of Arab States system.

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Greenwich, England has been the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) since 1884.  GMT is sometimes called Greenwich Meridian Time because it is measured from the Greenwich Meridian Line at the Royal Observatory  in Greenwich.  It is the place from where all time zones are measured. The Greenwich Meridian (Prime Meridian or Longitude Zero degrees) marks the starting point of every time zone in the World.  GMT is Greenwich Mean (or Meridian) Time is the mean (average) time that the earth takes to rotate from noon-to-noon. GMT is World Time and the basis of every world time zone which sets the time of day and is at the centre of the time zone map.  GMT sets current time or official time around the globe.  Most time changes are measured by GMT.  Although GMT has been replaced by atomic time (UTC) it is still widely regarded as the correct time for every international time zone.

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The Association of Commercial Television in Europe, ACT, was formed in July 1989. Our object is to represent the business interests of the commercial television sector at the EU Institutions
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High Frequency Co-ordination Conference

HFCC, also known as High Frequency Co-ordination Conference, earlier High Frequency Co-ordination Committee, is a group active in informal co-ordination of frequency channels used in short wave broadcasting. The group co-ordinates transmission schedules of about 60 organisations from more than 30 countries. They represent about 75 to 80 percent of the global output of short wave broadcasting.  The main objective of the HFCC is to provide the representation and services for the promotion of an efficient and economical use of the short-wave radio spectrum, and the improvement of radio reception of short-wave broadcast transmissions world-wide.  Regular seasonal co-ordination meetings belong among the main activities that help to achieve the objectives of the HFCC. The HFCC co-ordinates two schedules annually: The A schedule corresponds to the summer period on the Northern hemisphere, and B to the winter period in keeping with the dates of the clock-time changes in Europe.
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