Indian Broadcasting Foundation

Indian Broadcasting Foundation also known as (IBF) is a unified representative body of the television broadcasters in India. The organisation was founded in the year 1999. Over 250 Indian television channels are associated with it. The organisation is credited as the spokesman of India Broadcasting Industry.[2]

Indian Broadcasting Foundation
PurposeRepresenting Television Broadcasters
Key people
Vikramjit Sen
Head of Broadcasting content complaints council (Appointed in 2017)[1]
Main organ
Broadcasting Content Complaints Council
AffiliationsIndian Television Industry


The IBF is the parent organisation of the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) which was set up in the year 2011. The BCCC examines content-related complaints relating to all non-news general entertainment channels in India.[1]


  1. "Indian Broadcasting foundation names justice vikramjit seen as bccc chairperson". The Economic Times. Retrieved 23 July 2017.
  2. "About IBF". Retrieved 23 July 2017.
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