Associated Broadcasting

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Associated Broadcasting
Type Public broadcasting
Broadcast
Radio
Television
Online
Branding AB
Country
First air date
July 4th, 1974
Founded June 1, 1974; 48 years ago (1974-06-01)
Headquarters New York City, Flag of New Netherlands.png New Netherlands, Flag of the Congregationalist States.svg CRC
Broadcast area
North America
Area National
Owner Cooperative
Picture format
1080i (HDTV 16:9)
(480i/576i letterboxed for SDTVs 16:9)
Affiliates See here

Associated Broadcasting (AB) is a Continental public broadcasting, television program distributor, media consortium established as not-for-profit news agency to provide alternative sources of information to the citizens of the United Commonwealth, as legally enforced by the Continentalist Party in 1974. Headquartered in New York City, it maintains large regional offices in Chicago, New Orleans, and Miami. AB operates, by a legal mandate constructed by the Continentalist government, as a cooperative, with ownership belonging to contributing journalists, radio and televisions stations. It is guided by an independently chartered Statement of Values, Principles and Practices, a statutory guideline for formatting and presentation, establishing its journalistic ethics, a heightened style of delivery and objectivity.

AB has earned 28 Pulitzer Prizes, for a number of its online contributions, explanatory, investigative, local, national and international reports. Since 1976, its regional offices in San Francisco, New York and Austin have diligently operated as an election monitoring source for local Continentalist elections. It is the primary collector and verifying source of electoral returns in every county, parish, city and town across the United Commonwealth. It has extensively extended its reach into Superior, Manitoba, Quebec, Tournesol, Brazoria and the Kingdom of Sierra as an independent electoral watchdog.

Associated Broadcasting, operates AB News, which is produced in English, Spanish, Chinese, French and Korean. Its most diverse operation in language distribution are located in Porciúncula, where Associated Broadcasting contributes eight alternative translations for its material to the citizens of Sierra. According to NewsWhip, Associated Broadcasting is the most engaged with content on Facebook and Twitter. Since 2007, University of Sierra polling has continuously placed the organization as the most-trusted national institution in the Conference of American States. In 2017, in a study conducted by the University of Chicago, found that 90% of all television and internet wielding households view Associated Broadcasting programs.The service has some 300 member television stations, with many owned by educational institutions, local public school districts, which openly facilitate programs alongside with local broadcasting. Among its most viewed programming is some private and publicly produced shows, such as the Great Southern BBQ, The Appalachian People & Landscape, Sierran Vista, the Brazorian Rodeo, Continental Communications Commission produced children's shows such as Animalville, Exploratorium and Clementine Care.

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