International Broadcasting Board

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The International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) was created under the International Broadcasting Act (Public Law 103-236) on April 30, 1994. The IBB is a component of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which provides program placement and transmission services for all the BBG broadcast organizations and manages a global network of transmitting sites and an extensive system of leased satellite and fiber optic circuits, along with a rapidly growing Internet delivery system. The IBB also shapes Voice of America's increasing use of the Internet, mobile devices, social media and other digital platforms. It provides research and manages the evaluation of broadcasts and crafting of editorials.

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