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    The BBC

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    The BBC Team Originals INTRODUCTION With the rise of Margaret Thatcher and the Conservative Party in the General Election in 1979‚ it heralded an era of change. Thatcher was strongly in favor of the privatization of state-owned industries and making sweeping social changes by the reduction of taxes and non-essential social expenditures. This coupled with the expansion of Satellite and Cable television in the early 1980’s forced John Birt‚ to reassess the future of the BBC and instigate a

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    History of the Bbc

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    HISTORY OF THE BBC The British Broadcasting Company started life in 1922‚ when the government licensed the UK\’s six major radio manufacturers to form the new outfit. It had a staff of four‚ and was financed by a Post Office licence fee of 10 shillings‚ payable by anyone owning a receiver‚ and supplemented by royalties on radio sales. The first broadcast came from London on 14 November‚ and "listening-in" quickly became a popular pastime. John Reith became general manager a month later‚ and

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    Better Speaking by Bbc

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    SPEAKING A GUIDE TO IMPROVING YOUR SPOKEN ENGLISH Welcome Welcome to Better Speaking. This booklet is designed to help you overcome some of the most common problems which people face when they are learning to speak English. Using extracts from the BBC World Service radio series‚ Better Speaking‚ we look at how you can become a more fluent speaker of English‚ and at some of the skills you need for effective communication.The topics we look at include… 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Becoming a confident

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    Bbc Worldwide Case

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    BBC Worldwide: Global Strategy Case Company Overview The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was formed in 1922 by a group of radio manufacturers in order to popularize the new medium and create content for customers to listen to on their new devises. The organization grew as it developed a radio transmitter network and started looking at other media types. However‚ due to an issue of license fee collection‚ the BBC experienced heavy financial losses which caused the original radio manufacturers

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    BBC STRATEGIC PLAN Candidate Numbers: 906433 521876 399272 473227 358800 1 Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. Company Background 3. Objectives 4. Analysis 4.1. External Analysis 4.1.1. Macroeconomic Trends 4.1.2. PEST Analysis 4.1.3. Industry Analysis 4.1.4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 4.1.5. Summary of Competitors 4.1.6 Strategic Group Analysis 4.2. Internal Analysis 4.2.1. Resource-based view 4.2.2. Strategic Business Units 4.2.3. Strategic Capability 4.2.4. Financial Analysis 4.2.5

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    British Broadcasting Corporation - Strategic Analysis Review Summary British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is the dominant broadcaster in the UK. The company is engaged in the operation of several public terrestrial TV stations‚ cable and digital channels‚ and a terrestrial radio network. Its major BBC One channel offers a wide range of entertainment and news programming. Through its BBC World Service‚ it broadcasts radio programming in more than around 30 languages. The company’s other channels

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    2 • • • • Innovation = Creativity and Commercialization CASE STUDY 1: BBC’S WALKING WITH DINOSAURS HOW IT ALL STARTED I wanted people to think that dinosaurs were real animals – not monsters. The only other place you’d see really good digital images of dinosaurs was in Jurassic Park. Our idea was to create a ‘David Attenborough’ of the prehistoric world. Tim Haines‚ Series Producer Tim had been fascinated by dinosaurs almost all his life and recalls‚ ‘There was a footprint in the Tunbridge

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    Report on Bbc Online

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    A2021311028 Assignment on BBC online‚ as to how it works and its functionality Assignment on BBC online‚ as to how it works and its functionality BBC Online is the brand name and home for the BBC’s UK online service. It is a large network of websites including such high profile sites as BBC News and Sport‚ the on-demand video and radio services co-branded BBC iPlayer‚ the pre-school site Cbeebies‚ and learning services such as Bitesize. The BBC has had an online presence supporting

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    bbc website analysis

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    Learning aim A: Understand the uses and features of websites Level 1 & 2/For a Pass (Explain) Use printscreen evidence and annotation to help Title of Website – BBC Website http://www.bbc.co.uk/ 1) Who is the target audience for the website? The target audience of this website is for people over 10 at least‚ I think this because if they are at a school with computers they can move onto bite size or start looking at the daily news‚ The audience needs to have to a interest in reading and learning

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    Bbc Internal Analysis

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    £145 millions (BBC 2010). In relative terms BBC has been able to reduce its total costs by 40% from the levels of the year 2000 (BBC 2010). Within first two years of its efficiency plan a savings of £533 m has been achieved and is on target to achieve the target savings of almost £2billion (BBC 2010). Its total dividends for the year 2009/2010 were £74m an increase of £5m from the last year a significant achievement considering the global credit crunch in the modern day times (BBC 2010). http://downloads

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