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What does EBC stand for?

EBC stands for Educational Broadcasting Corporation

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For the past two years, the Celebration has drawn participation from leading educational organizations, companies committed to teaching and learning, and prestigious speakers such as former Vice President Al Gore and NBC's Tim Russert," said Neal Shapiro, president of Educational Broadcasting Corporation.
Collect and archive major segments of at-risk digital geospatial data and images * Develop best practices for the presentation of archived digital geospatial data * Develop partner communication mechanisms for the project and then ongoing * Develop a series of policy agreements governing retention, rights management, obligations of partners, interoperability of systems, and exchange of digital objects (5) Lead Institution: Educational Broadcasting Corporation (Thirteen/WNET New York) Partners: WGBH Educational Foundation; Public Broadcasting Service (PBS); New York University (NYU) Subject: Partners in this project will collaborate to establish procedures, structures, and national standards necessary to preserve public television programs produced in digital formats.
Kerger, a top executive at New York's Educational Broadcasting Corporation, licensee of Thirteen/WNET and WLIW New York -- two of the nation's largest public television stations -- will become the Public Broadcasting Service's sixth president and chief executive officer on March 13, the PBS Board of Directors announced today.
Rattner is a director of Falcon Holding Group, a trustee of Brown University, vice chairman of the Educational Broadcasting Corporation (Channel 13 in New York), and a director of the New York Outward Bound Center.
Rattner is a director of Falcon Holding Group, a trustee of Brown University, vice chairman of the Educational Broadcasting Corporation (Channel 13 in New York), and a director of the New York Outward Bound Center.