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Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
Offices: Washington, DC
The Broadcast Education Association is the professional association for professors, industry professionals and graduate students who are interested in teaching and research related to electronic media and multimedia enterprises. There are currently more than 1,400 individual and institutional members. In 2005, BEA celebrates its 50th anniversary. The BEA has been responding to broadcast education since 1955 and they celebrate this major milestone in their history.


Canadian Association for the Advancement of Music and the Arts (CAAMA)
Offices: Ottawa, Ontario
The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Music and the Arts is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the commercial development of Canadian sound recording business domestically and internationally. Founded in 1991, C.A.A.M.A. was Provincially Incorporated in 1993, and is the only association that represents Canadian musicians. Presently there are over 2000 performing artist members of the cultural industries sound recording sector. C.A.A.M.A. works to provide the industry and its members with free educational programming and non-commercial showcase opportunities.
Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
Offices: Ottawa, Ontario
The Canadian Association of Broadcasters is a professional industry association that represents the vast majority of Canadian programming services—including private television and radio stations and networks, and specialty, pay and pay-per-view television services. Established in 1926, the CAB has over 600 members. They are the voice and choice of Canadians. Private radio and television services enjoy by far the largest share of the market, and Canadian programming broadcast by those services attracts the predominant share of the total audience for Canadian content.
Community Broadcasters Association (CBA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
The Community Broadcasters Association is a national organization dedicated to enhancing and representing the Diversity, Vitality, Localism, Service to their Communities and Economic Survival of All Class A and Low Power Television Stations in the United States. The CBA represents the interests of over 600 Class A and over 2,200 LPTV's in the United States.
Content Delivery & Storage Association (CDSA)
Offices: Ottawa, Ontario
The Content Delivery and Storage Association is the worldwide forum advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software, and information content. The cornerstone of the CDSA membership are its industry-acclaimed and market proven content protection standards. More than 100 media creation, manufacturing, and distribution facilities worldwide participate in CDSA’s Anti-Piracy and Compliance Programs.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
Offices: Washington, DC
CPB, a private, nonprofit corporation created by Congress in 1967, is the steward of the federal government's investment in public broadcasting. It helps support the operations of more than 1000 locally owned and operated public television and radio stations nationwide, and is the largest single source of funding for research, technology, and program development for public radio, television, and related on-line services.
Country Radio Broadcasting (CRB)
Offices: Nashville, Tennessee
Country radio broadcasters are brought from around the world together with the country music industry for the purpose of assuring the continued vitality of the country radio format. They do this by idea sharing and education through the Country Radio Seminar and regional seminars on the topics of general management, sales, and programming. They also promote the growth of country radio by granting scholarships to people seeking degrees in broadcasting.


Digital Media Association (DiMA)
Offices: Washington, DC
DiMA is an alliance of companies that develop and deploy technologies to perform, promote and market music and video content on the World Wide Web and through other digital networks. Through public education and legislative activity, DiMA encourages pro-technology pro-consumer public policies that enable companies to deliver content to consumers in new, exciting (and commercially compelling) ways. DiMA was formed in June 1998 by seven leading web-centric companies that agreed on a common principle—consumers' desire to enjoy digital entertainment should not be hampered by outdated laws, regulations and business models.
Digital Video Professionals Association (DVPA)
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
The Digital Video Professionals Association is a community of new media professionals that provides membership to all those who are involved as visual communicators using digital media. Members of the association have joined together to share their resources and expertise with each other and to further the advancement of the DV industry. The DVPA is the largest organization devoted exclusively to meeting the needs of those who use DV technology.


Fiber To The Home Council (FTTH)
Offices: Washington, DC
The Fiber-to-the-Home Council is a non-profit organization established in 2001 to educate the public on the opportunities and benefits of FTTH solutions. FTTH Council members represent all areas of broadband industries, including telecommunications, computing, networking, system integration, engineering, and content-provider companies, as well as traditional telecommunications service providers, utilities and municipalities.