OIRTOffice of Instructional and Research Technology (Rutgers University; New Jersey)
OIRTOrganisation Internationale de Radiodiffusion et de Télévision or OIRT (French: Organization for International Radio & Television)
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11) The map outlined the visual circuits in Eastern Europe, the OIRT zone, includes schematics of how Vladivostok would be linked to Moscow by means of the Molniia satellite system.
10) In fact, there were two OIRT zones, with the Soviet Union making up OIRT Zone 2 (Special Notice T.
Following its merger on January 1, 1993 with OIRT (the International Organisation of Radio and Television Broadcasters), the erstwhile association of socialist block broadcasters, the EBU has 67 active members in 49 European countries, and 50 associate members in 30 other countries around the world.