International Broadcasting System
Uluslararası Yayın Sistemi


Broadcast television network


Republic of Adana






The world is watching.


Alexander Enterprises
Intro Media

Key people

Kemal Talley (President)
Jessica Robinson (COO)

Launch date

August 1, 1994

Former names

Intro Broadcasting Channel
International Broadcasting Channel

Picture format

1080p 5:3 HDTV

The International Broadcasting System (IBS) is an Adanese commercial broadcasting television network and headquartered at Four Alexander Plaza in Alexander City's Alexander Plaza, with additional major offices in İncirlik, Cukurova and Oured, Osea. Formed in 1994 by Kemal Talley and Alexander Enterprises, IBS is the newest major broadcast network in Adana. IBS Adana has 18 owned-and-operated stations and nearly 150 affiliates in Adana and its territories. IBS Global carries even more stations throughout the world.

History[edit | edit source]

IBS finds its roots in the Neo network, a small broadcast group purchased in 1994 by Kemal Talley, and placed in the care of Intro Media, a firm of Alexander Enterprises. The network was quickly expanded and rebranded as the Intro Broadcasting Channel, and its headquarters moved into a new building near İncirlik's Alexander Tower. In 2000, IBS' name was changed to the International Broadcasting Channel, with offices opening in Alconbury, New Wales and Ankara, Anatolia. The name was changed again, to its current form, in 2004, and IBS moved its headquarters to the new Alexander Plaza Towers in Alexander City, Cukurova. In the corporate field of the Adanese Reunification in 2008, IBS took control of two East Adanese networks, the Osea Broadcasting Channel and Adler Television, expanding its operations and creating a new major office in Oured. After the Reunification Wars, it also scaled up its operations in the new Commonwealths, but relinquished some of these after the release of the countries in April 2013. IBS News is currently planning on separating its international headquarters from the network's, with a brand new centre in New Alexander City being nearly complete.

Notable programs[edit | edit source]

  • DotComedy (2001-2002, 2011-present)
  • Generally Speaking (2010-present)
  • Jeopardy! (Adanese production, 1999-present)
  • The Logan Wilson Show (2009-present)
  • My Modern Life (2008-present)
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000 (2000-present)
  • Santa Ana Blue (2003-present)
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