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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RadioMedia

The Association of Finnish Broadcasters was founded in 1983. The association changed its name to RadioMedia in 2009. Commercial radio was introduced in Finland in 1985 when the first local radio stations started. In February 2021, RadioMedia host a total of 90 radio stations: local, semi-national and national radio stations. The current operating licenses are […]

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Radiocentre

Radiocentre is the industry body for commercial radio in the UK. The role of Radiocentre is to maintain and build a strong and successful commercial radio industry – both in terms of listening hours and revenues. As such, Radiocentre operates in a number of areas including working with advertisers and their agencies, representing commercial radio […]

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Danske Medier

DANSKE MEDEIR/RADIOERNE – Organisation for local commercial radio & TV – formed in august 2005 is the only organisation in Denmark representing commercial radio. Its members consist of the overwhelming majority of local commercial radio stations in Denmark. Together with newspapers publishers, Radioerne created DANSKE MEDIER in 2013. DANSKE MEDIER’s primary focus is to speak […]

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Confindustria Radio Televisioni

Confindustria Radio Televisioni (CRTV) is the association of the Italian radio and television broadcasters. Established in June 2013, CRTV is fully operational since autumn of the same year. The Association includes Italy’s major national broadcasters among its members: Discovery Italy, Elemedia (Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso), Giglio Group, HSE24, La7, Mediaset, Persidera, Prima TV, Qvc Italy, Radio […]

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AERC

The Spanish Association of Commercial Broadcasting (AERC) was founded more than forty years ago and represents almost 100% of the 1,150 commercially financed and privately owned radio stations in Spain. Its target is the defence of their common interests and criteria, nationally and internationally. AERC deals with the most important issues concerning broadcasting in Spain, […]

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