EBU


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EBU

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) European Broadcasting Union
Translations

EBU

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The report includes data on international radio consumption from 31 EBU
Kelley added that DK-Technologies is "right behind" the EBU recommendation, which it sees as vital for the whole industry.
The most important thing to highlight at the EBU's 50th birthday is "expansion as the EBU prepares for the future," he says.
EBU members, now more than ever, need to make clear how they differ, how they are of value to the public, and demonstrate their requirement for public funding.
We are honored to be playing such an important role in the strategic global distribution for Televisa and the EBU, as these broadcast innovators deliver the largest multi-sport event of the year with SES.
By working with the EBU and other industry partners, we can ensure our clients remain at the forefront of TV accessibility by helping them to adopt new solutions to meet the requirements of new broadcast and platform technologies.
After extensive testing ahead of the event, the EBU installed a number of CP541 seamless monitoring switches at the reception points at the Vancouver IBC, Brussels, Geneva and Zurich.
Indeed, the EBU has made a longterm commitment to satellite technology for its network.
In what it claims is the first flap with a member in its 50-year history, the EBU does not want to give the money back and is insisting that Canal Plus honor its contract.
The Eurovision network delivers news, sports, and events to EBU Members and other media organizations.
The new leases coincide with the cornerstone renewal and expansion of capacity contracted by the EBU on the EUTELSAT 7B satellite.
This would be unacceptable to consumers," specifies the EBU.