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Internet Resources

 

DVB.org - a group of 300 organisations who lead the way in developing the standards for digital broadcasting.
Digital Television Group - the DTG website is a resource for professionals involved in digital television. It includes a particularly useful directory of contacts.
Broadcast Papers - an incredible collection of presentations and papers on a wide variety of media subjects.
European Broadcasting Union - a good starting point to find out about Europe's public broadcasters.

WorldDAB - all you need to know about digital audio broadcasting.
Radio Advertising Bureau UK - advice and information for those interested in radio advertising.

Broadcasting Education Association - association for professors, industry professionals and graduate students who are interested in teaching and research related to electronic media and multimedia enterprises.
SPIRIT at Ryerson University - an innovative student-run example of internet radio in Canada.
Media Guardian - daily media news from the UK and around the world, employment opportunities, and media analysis from The Guardian newspaper.
Media History - an informative site from the University of Minnesota covering the history of media from smoke signals to digital broadcasting.
Google Media - a directory of media links from the internet search engine.
Irish Film and Television Network - gateway to the Irish film and television industry.

Screen Producers Ireland - representing Irish producers.

MediaWebDirectory.com - comprehensive media web directory

Look Directory - human-edited web directory
ServiceManuals.net - Offers television (TV) service manuals for well known brands such as Sony, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, JVC, and Pioneer.
Directv satellite systems - Select from more than 225 available channels featuring premium movie channels, sports, family programming, pay per view movies and events.

 

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