In our early days, the AIB Network focused primarily on programs dedicated to faith and religion. Over time, we broadened our range to accommodate the many interest of our viewers with programs that highlight exercise, cooking,
language, meditation, social justice issues and more.
Our advancements have earned us significant recognition. AIB received a Bronze Telly Award for the AIB original documentary “Printing the Dream: 75 Years of Atlanta Daily World.” This documentary profiled the first African-American newspaper in the United States. Because of the historical value and quality of the production, this program is archived in the Chicago Museum of Broadcasting. AIB’s original series “Sound of Youth” has twice been nominated for an Emmy award and AIB received our first Emmy win honoring “World Pilgrims: A Sacred Journey to Turkey.”
The AIB Network remains devoted to producing programs that promote dialogue and understanding among people of all religions, cultures, ethnic origins and socioeconomic levels. In addition to broadcasting in the United States, we are honored to share our mission and programming model with viewers and with face-to-face meetings with journalists from around the world.