Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) - On October 1, 1999, the BBG became the independent federal agency responsible for all U.S. government and government sponsored, non military, international broadcasting. This was the result of the 1998 Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act (Public Law 105-277), the single most important legislation affecting U.S. international broadcasting since the early 1950s. While the "Broadcasting Board of Governors" is the legal name given to the federal entity encompassing all U.S. international broadcasting services, the day-to-day broadcasting activities are carried out by individual BBG international broadcasters with the assistance of the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB). Broadcast elements include:
Central China Television (CCTV) - This CCTV Internet TV channel contains links to several of the China Central Television stations that cover sports, finance and economics, movies, news, music, movies and television.
GlobalTV - Wholly-owned by CanWest Global Communications Corp., broadcasts over-the-air via 11 television stations, licensed in eight provinces, and reaching 94% of English-speaking Canada.
GlobeCast World satellite Television - A leading provider of domestic and global transmission services for video, audio, business television, IP multicasting and internet backbone service, as well as full digital and HDTV production, post production, language conversion and network origination services, and worldwide mobile production and satellite newsgathering.
GMA Network - The leading broadcasting company in the Philippines. It operates a network of 45 Very High Frequency (VHF) including 1 affiliate, 28 Ultra High Frequency (UHF) television stations and 21 radio stations throughout the country.
Ruptly TV -An international video news agency headquartered in Berlin, Germany. Seeks to supply online broadcasters as well as traditional television broadcasters with comprehensive digital video content, covering all major issues of our time with an emphasis on stories widely ignored by the mainstream media. Home page here.
SEN TV - The vision of SEN (Space Exploration Network) is to create a global space television network. SEN provides space news and information on the science, economics and government of space.
truTV - Television's destination for real-life stories told from an exciting and dramatic first-person perspective and features high-stakes, action-packed originals. Among truTV's primetime fan favorites are the original series Black Gold, The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest, The Principal's Office, Speeders, Disorder in the Court, Forensic Files, Operation Repo, Most Shocking and Most Daring.
VisionTV - Canada's multifaith and multicultural television network, VisionTV is dedicated to presenting programs that celebrate Canada's diversity and promote understanding and tolerance between people of different faiths and cultures.
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