EIIRA

The Association of Attica Private Radio Broadcasters (EIIRA) is a non-profit trade body, representing the interests of the Attica-based private/commercial radio stations. EIIRA’s main objective is to advocate for public policies in the fields of media, copyrights, taxation, telecommunications and private radio transmission. By building transparent partnerships, solid alliances and joint teams with institutions, academia, […]

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CRA

FARB (Federation of Australian Radio Broadcasters) was established in 1930. It formally changed its name to Commercial Radio Australia Ltd at its AGM in 2002. Commercial Radio Australia Ltd represents the Commercial Radio Industry in Australia. There are currently 261 commercial radio stations on air in Australia, of which 259 are members of Commercial Radio […]

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VSP

With its 30 members representing the four Swiss cultural regions and the Principality of Liechtenstein, the Verband Schweizer Privatradios / Association Suisse des Radios Privees is the leading association of private radios in Switzerland. VSP/ASRP’s main objective is to defend the interests of its members and of private commercial radios in general. In particular, representing them in […]

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RRR

Union Romande de Radios Régionales – RRR RRR is the main association representing private radios in the French-speaking region in Switzerland. RRR is the main association representing private radios in the French-speaking region in Switzerland. RRR joined AER on January 1st, 2010. PRESIDENT: Mr. Philippe Zahno VICE-PRESIDENT: Thierry Savary TREASURER: Image et Son, Valère Steulet NUMBER […]

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VAUNET

The German Media Association, Verband Privater Medien e. V (VAUNET), was founded in 1990 after the merger of two associations: the BPRT (Federal Association of Private Broadcasters and Telecommunication) and the BKS (Association of Cable and Satellite). Previously called VPRT (first Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telekommunikation, later Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien), the Association became […]

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VÖP

The Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Austria (VÖP) was founded in 1993. VÖP represents all major commercial TV and Radio Broadcasters in the Austrian market, counting approximately 50 members. Austria was one of the last European radio markets to be liberalised (1998). Thus, the main focus of VÖP is strengthening a dual broadcasting market with […]

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SIRTI

SIRTI was created in 1981, in the advent of “free radios” in France. Today, SIRTI brings together 157 private radios – local, regional or thematic. SIRTI’s objective is to defend the development of a diverse and plural audiovisual and radio landscape. SIRTI represents the interests of the private radios and televisions to the government, the […]

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