IABM
The International Trade Association for the Broadcast & Media Industry

As the authoritative voice for the Broadcast & Media industry, IABM facilitates the all-important networking and interaction that shape and define the unique ecosystem of the Broadcast and Media technology industry. We ensure that our members are kept informed, by providing an infrastructure of services and facilities to encourage discussion and collaboration across the whole BaM supply chain.

Representing the leading technology suppliers in the Broadcast and Media industry through...

Insight & Analysis

IABM are the leading provider of data, research and business intelligence reports in the Broadcast and Media technology sector.

Knowledge

A goldmine of industry insights and learning, our Knowledge Hub includes the industry's most comprehensive range of video and written resources.

Collaboration

Through networking events across the world, IABM facilitates collaboration between suppliers and buyers/users of technology.

Events

Whether you are looking to build your network of contacts or stay on top of the latest industry trends, we have an event for you!

Tradeshow Support

We help our members make the most out of attending shows with member lounges, discounts, meeting facilities and much more available around the world.

Technology

IABM technical representatives play prominent roles on standards and technology bodies worldwide, reporting back to members via regular reports.

Skills & Education

As one of the leading providers of CPD in the industry, we offer a wide range of training and educational services including bespoke face to face and e-learning.

Exposure

Through IABM TV and our digital platforms, we help members promote themselves to the wider industry with over 10,000 visitors from 100 countries per month.

"Working closely with IABM allows us to prepare our customers for the emerging future of the Broadcast and Media industry and make them aware of the new and very fundamental challenges they are bound to encounter."
Ben Vandenberghe, Skyline Communications

"As we know, the broadcast industry has been undergoing a fundamental and very disruptive change that is affecting the whole value chain, from broadcasters and service providers to suppliers. IABM plays a key role in helping its members navigate through that change."
Geir Bryn-Jensen, Nevion

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY OF OVER 600 INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES

By joining our community of over 600 international member companies that includes a hive mind network of over 9,000 engaged contacts from over 60 different countries, you can help drive the Broadcast and Media industry forward.

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MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME ON OUR SITE BY BEING A REGISTERED USER

Being a registered user of the website opens up a wide range of valuable content including white papers, articles, videos, webinars and much more (registration is FREE and open to anyone in the industry). It also means we can keep you up to date as new content relevant to your interests is published; you can of course simply unsubscribe or update your preferences at any time by simply heading to your "MyIABM" area once you have logged in.

Insight & Analysis
Data-driven insights on the business of media technology

IABM are the leading provider of data, research and business intelligence reports in the broadcast and media technology sector. Our wide range of business-enhancing reports includes Biannual Buying Trends and Supply Trends Reports, Strategic Industry Analysis, Regional Reports, Technology Adoption Trackers, Market Entry Reports, Quarterly BI Digest, BaM Content Chain Maturity™ report, Audio Technology Business report.

Cloud & Virtualization Report

In partnership with Net Insight, this report is one of a suite of regular technology updates covering key technology/business areas produced by IABM’s Business Intelligence Unit. The report is built on feedback from end-user Broadcast and Media companies and gives a clear indication of the unstoppable move to cloud across every segment of the BaM Content Chain®

Journal - Issue 113

Journal is the IABM Magazine released every quarter that covers hot topics within the industry. It is distributed at major shows, posted to IABM members and posted online for all members to view. This issue features a special report on the Connect element of the IABM BaM Content Chain®.

Buying Trends Report

The IABM Buying Trends Report biannually tracks trends in the media technology sector to enable tech vendors and buyers to track business drivers and technology roadmaps as well as streamline development strategies.

IABM BaM Content Chain®: from Creator to Consumer

IABM’s industry model – The BaM Content Chain® is designed to model the new structure of the broadcast and media industry and provide a flexible, extensible model to accommodate the fast-changing business environment. The BaM Content Chain® will thus prove invaluable to technology buyers, users and vendors alike to adopt the most creative and efficient operational processes and choose the best tools and technology.

The industry model is mirrored in the BaM™ Shop Window - the industry's most comprehensive one-stop shop for technology buyers - searched 10,000+ times a month by customers looking for solutions.

IABM BaM Content Chain

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY OF OVER 600 INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES

By joining our community of over 600 international member companies that includes a hive mind network of over 9,000 engaged contacts from over 60 different countries, you can help drive the Broadcast and Media industry forward.

IABM VIRTUAL PLATFORM

IABM has launched a new one-stop, up to the moment portal for the industry where everyone can learn about the latest product launches, online events, virtual press conferences and much more.

This central hub and repository, which will be constantly developed, will help companies stand out from the digital noise and ensure that eyeballs are on their content, products and services.

Latest Applicant Members

The following companies have applied for membership of IABM and have been assessed against the relevant membership criteria. If anyone is aware of information that would affect the membership recommendation, please email membership@theiabm.org.