The AIBs are the international awards for factual television, radio, audio and online productions in any language run by the Association for International Broadcasting – AIB

2019 marks the 15th year of these independent, influential and respected awards.

“It means a huge amount to be recognised in these most prestigious awards, particularly against such very tough international competition”

Liz Tucker, documentary producer

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The AIBs 2019 part one

The AIBs 2019 in conversation

The AIBs 2019 part two

Read the Winners Book

This year’s Winners and Finalists Book has been published, with details of all the prizes awarded at the gala event held in London on 6 November. 

You can read the book here. Printed copies are available from the AIB Secretariat for a nominal fee including postage. Contact us to order one or more copies.

Congratulations to all the winners of the AIBs 2019.

A fantastic night was had by all.

We look forward to seeing and hearing your programmes in the AIBs 2020 which open for entry on the 2 April.

Sponsor of the science, technology, nature category 2019

Last year, Radio Taiwan International, known as RTI, started to work together with AIB and produced a very successful international conference on “Achieving Sustainability in Asia-Pacific” and jointly set up the first Asia-Pacific Sustainability Awards that were presented in Taipei. Understanding and acting upon the science of sustainability is very close to the heart of RTI. So this year, here in London, we are proud to support “the Science, Technology and Nature” award. I would like to express my appreciation to the AIB for the work they do in promoting science, technology, nature and sustainability.

As a member of the global village, Taiwan shows its support for regional cooperation by actively taking part in international organisations such as the AIB. At this AIBs annual event, RTI would like to call on the AIB and all attending guests to work hand in hand to make our homes safer and more sustainable.