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Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT)

Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT)

The Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) is a trade association representing the interests of the commercial broadcasting sector in Europe. Formed in 1989, the ACT has thirty two member companies active in 34 European countries. Our members are operating several hundred free-to-air and pay-tv channels and distributing several hundred channels and new services. The ACT members encompass several business models ranging from free-to-air television broadcasters and pay-TV players to digital platform operators and multimedia groups. By offering a wide range of choice and variety to the viewer, commercial broadcasters are a leading source of entertainment and information to millions of European citizens.

ACT - The Association of Commercial Television in Europe
9-13, rue Joseph II
B - 1000 Brussels
Tel.: +32 (0)2 736 00 52
Fax: +32 (0)2 735 41 72

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