Promoting the interests of
public service media
112 Member organizations in 56 countries from Europe and beyond come together to make up the
European Broadcasting Union, the world's leading alliance of public service media.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the world’s leading alliance of public service media (PSM). We have 112 member organizations in 56 countries and have an additional 30 Associates in Asia, Africa, Australasia and the Americas. Our Members operate nearly 2,000 television, radio and online channels and services, and offer a wealth of content across other platforms.
Together they reach an audience of more than one billion people around the world, broadcasting in 153 languages. We operate Eurovision and Euroradio services.
At the EBU, we strive to secure a sustainable future for public service media. We provide our Members with world-class content from news to sports and music, and build on our founding ethos of solidarity and co-operation to create a centre for learning and sharing.
Learn more about our strategy and how you as a Member can get involved in shaping the future of the EBU.
"'Public service media is the bedrock of democratic societies. Our role is to champion its values and ensure our Members are able to continue to play a vital role in European culture, society and public discourse.'"
As an EBU Member, you are part of a unique community of media organizations that together provide a powerful voice championing and upholding the values of public service media. We are a network of like-minded people that not only share the same ideals but come together to share knowledge, ideas and inspiration.
To make the most of our services, you need to create an account on our website. Registration is free and open to everyone, but if you are from a Member organization, you have access to an exclusive range of services and information. To register, go to our sign in page.
In our 2022-2023 Annual Report, we look back on an extraordinary year and the incredible work of all our staff in these testing times.
Despite the challenges posed by war, international uncertainty, and an economic crisis, we won back the media rights for the Olympic Games (2026-2032), strengthened our news services and helped our Members in their transformation journeys. We support Members with innovative tools, invested in our policy team and built upon the success of the Eurovision Song Contest across platforms. There is much more that you can read about in this report.
None of this would have been possible without the help, encouragement, and guidance of our Members. As the centenary year for public service media draws to a close, there can have been no better demonstration of the huge contribution our Members make both to society and to democracy. We are grateful to everyone that has worked with us to help deliver our mission.
EBU Members can also read annual reports from the following years: