Interplanetary Broadcasting Company was a stereovision broadcasting company in the late 22nd century. It had the broadcast rights for the Sixty-sixth Winter Games and used Bill Bennett and Rannveig Aasen as its co-anchors on Mimas, a moon of Saturn. They transmitted live and in 3D the first day of the five-kilometer ski jump, along with Angus Cavendish as color commentator, when three athletes were murdered. Immediately after the murders, they also broadcast a recording of a radio transmission by an unidentified man claiming responsibility on behalf of the Second Irgun.