(Proffesional Union of Broadcasters), was established to produce
permanent solutions for Radio and Television Broadcasting, to
follow and protect rights based on 5846 Numbered Law of
Intellectual Property Rights, to combine radio and television
broadcasters under the same roof and to conduct required studies so
as to realize targets with an intensive program.
of successful project
activities, RATEM has achieved to be voice of the whole
broadcasting sector by support of
not only its members but also national and local broadcasters within 6 years. There
are 252 television organizations in total including 16 regional and 213 local
organizations and 1090 radio organizations in total including 36
national, 102 regional organizations and 952 local organizations that applied to Radio
and Television High Council for licence in terrestrial broadcasting.
Currently, there are 806
RATEM members from
radio and television organizations.