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...BBC Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Brief History 4 BBC Preserve UK Culture 5 Changed UK Culture 8 Conclusion 9 References 11 Introduction The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is included under the category of statutory corporations, which operates with a vision to provide impartial broadcasting services in the UK. BBC has it headquarter in London and several production centres all over the UK. It is one of the first broadcasting establishments and the largest in terms of employee volume in the global realm. It was founded on 18th October, 1922 by John Reith and George Villier (Norman, 2013). In...
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BBC Broadcast
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...BBC's business services - found inside http://www.bbc.co.uk/info/working/ Dec 13, 2005 are as follows: BBC Worldwide Limited - BBC Worldwide Ltd realises the commercial value of BBC programmes and services. It sells programmes and footage, runs commercial TV channels and joint ventures worldwide and produces magazines, books, tapes, DVDs, CDs and other merchandise. BBC Resources - BBC Resources is one of the largest production facilities in the UK offering services which include studios, outside broadcasts, post production, design, costumes and wigs. BBC Broadcast - BBC... Topic: provided in the "order instruction" cause its too long... Instructions: Q1: List all of the activities grouped under the...
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Bbc story
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...BBC, Guardian, and Times BBC, Guardian, and Times The importance of news cannot be denied inour lives, and it is not wrong to state that the news industry could be considered as one of the earliest industries to establish and it has flourished phenomenally over centuries. A few decades ago, there were not many ways of getting daily news and newspapers were considered to be an essential part of daily life. Presently, BBC News, Guardian, and Times are the leading companies in the news industry. BBC world news reached a record of 330 million households around the world in the year 2012 (BBC News, 2012)....
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Strategic Management - BBC
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...BBC British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been a pioneer as far as broadcasting is concerned. Starting its journey from the days of Marconi, the corporation has seen many tumultuous times so far, and the future promises to be more so. BBC's mission statement1 says, "The BBC exists to enrich people's lives with great programmes and services that inform, educate and entertain. Its vision is to be the most creative, trusted organisation in the world." In today's fiercely competitive environment, that's where company needs to focus more. The corporation has indeed been trying hard to come up to the expectations by implementing changes from time to time. BBC provides a wide... Strategic Management - BBC...
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BBC Radio's Development
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...BBC Radio's Development of Internet and New Media's Delivery BBC AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNET RADIO In one of its Press releases that appeared on January 30, 2005, which was tagged (BBC Pod casting Sparks Fighting Talk), said "The BBC has extended its pod casting trial to Five Lives' Fighting Talk, allowing listeners to have Christian O'Connell's verbal sparring show automatically downloaded to their computer for use on their portable mp3 player. The move comes as BBC Radio & Music Interactive announces its fourth month of internet radio figures and re-launches the hugely popular Radio...
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BBC DMI project
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...BBC Digital Media Initiative Introduction British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) launched the project of Digital Media Initiative (DMI) with an intention to modernise the production of the organisation (National Audit Office, 2015). The Digital Media Initiative is the main technology project which was aimed to bring efficiency while also recuperating productivity and creativity. The project of DMI was awarded to Siemens, who is the technology supplier of British Broadcasting Corporation (National Audit Office, 2015). The project was carried out with an aim to reduce the times and the procurement costs. The decision of providing the contract or agreement to the Siemens does not resulted... in...
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BBC Documentary Critique
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...BBC Documentary Critique: How to Make Better Decisions Number ‘How to Make Better Decisions’ is a BBCHorizon documentary that highlights some of the common decision making tendencies in human beings as individuals and even within organizations, talks about certain flaws in those conventional decision making practices and equally talks up some decision making tactics that can be crucial and game changing in mankind’s every day life. The 48-minute long documentary begins by observing that human beings are regularly come upon thousands of decision making cross-roads each day. The documentary goes on to boldly assert that most of the decisions arrived at are always bad (wrong)...
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BBC in 1920s and 1930s
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...BBC in the 1920s and 1930s Introduction This paper will give a through insight into British Broadcasting Corporation's goals and objectives in the early years of its inception. This paper will further give a historic picture of BBC's purpose of existence and how this purpose has changed in its course till now. History of BBC The original British Broadcasting Company was established in 1922 by a group of telecommunications companies (including subsidiaries of General Electric and AT&T) to broadcast experimental radio services. The first transmission was on 14 November of that year, from station 2LO, located at Marconi House, London. [1] [3] [4] John Reith was chosen... What were the main goals of the...
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History of Britain: King Arthur | BBC Documentary
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...BBC documentary tries to show the history of England from the beginning to “the two Winstons” that covers the period from 1910 to 1965. The movie gives every king and queen equal coverage on the events that took place and shaped their tenure in the history of Britain. The themes that are highlighted in this documentary are related and basically revolve around how Britain was entering into a new era of new relationship with the rest of Europe and the rest of the world. The movie therefore looks at informing the young generation of the past development and aid... History of Britain (TV Series) al Affiliation Due The History of Britain (TV Series) Summary of thecontent Simon Schama in this BBC documentary t...
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Role of BBC in Broadcasting Britishness
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...BBC in Broadcasting Britishness Role of BBC in Broadcasting Britishness British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a United Kingdom based media house which runs radio and television broadcasting. BBC has been in operation since 1928 as a public broadcast, it has millions of listeners and viewers all over the world because of its nature of broadcasting news from all corners of the world. Most people listen to BBC radio especially while on their way to work and at work. BBC is informative and fun to watch and listen to, its reception is good. BBC has employed very many people who come from different countries worldwide as it appreciates the diversity of culture. BBC has been in the forefront... ? Role of...
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Case study on British Broadcasting Company (BBC)
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...BBC) Table of Contents Topic Page no. Introduction 3 Aims & Objectives of the Organization 4 Technology Strategy Review of the Company 8 Organizational Structure 11 The BBC Story 13 Media Activities of the Company 13 Funding of BBC Services 16 Careers, Employees & Different Roles 17 SWOT Analysis of BBC 21 The Future of the BBC 24 Conclusion 27 Letter of Thanks 29 Personal Evaluation of Learning Outcome 30 Reference 32 Introduction: Considering the media industry in the United Kingdom, it has been learnt that the industry has huge opportunities in the fields of computer graphics, computer games, creation of films... ? Research & Development Case Study Report Case study on British Broadcasting Company...
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The Kingdom of Morocco BBC Documentary
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...BBC Documentary The film begins by of various aspects of African tradition. Dr.Gus Casely-Hayford acknowledges that although Africa lacks written records, it comprises a rich history. The history is found on artefacts’, culture, and traditions of people. The film specifically addresses the lost kingdom of Africa-The Berber kingdom of Morocco. The Berber kingdom is said to have existed a thousand years ago. The Berber lived in both sides of the Atlas Mountains (Casely-Hayford). They were farmers, traders, and nomads. They were Muslims but maintained the traditional Berber customs. Rarely did they follow Islam. One of the significant events that happened in the Kingdom... into empire up to the...
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BBC Licence Fee in Northern Ireland
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...BBC is one of the three independent public broadcasters of United Kingdom, whose major source of funding is through TV licensing. Comparatively, BBC is far the biggest broadcaster in terms of funding and breadth of output than the other two providers, Channel 4 and S4C. It might be interesting to know that nearly 75% of the BBC's income is represented by its license fee and the rest coming from the sales of its programming overseas and other business allied to broadcasting such as publishing etc. This paper deals with an investigative study on the justification of the BBC License fee in Northern Ireland. The Methodology The primary argument is about whether the license fee is a valid... Introduction...
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Creating a media relations campaign for BBC, UK - Case Study
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...BBC, UK By al Affiliation Table of Contents Section Page Number Title page ............................................................................................................ 1 1. Introduction .................................................................................................... 3 2. Situational Analysis ....................................................................................... 4 2.1 Major Issues Facing the BBC .................................................................. 4 2.2 SWOT Analysis of the BBC, UK... ...
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BBC Facing Tide of Claims for Sex and Age Discrimination
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...BBC is facing a rapidly increasing number of claims for sex and age discrimination by its female staff. The number of cases has quadrupled in two years, as corporation bosses have faced a series of public outcries over decisions such as the axing of Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips. But to prevent embarrassing revelations about the BBC's working culture, executives have repeatedly given payments to women alleging discrimination - in exchange for their silence. Insiders say licence fee cash has regularly been used to bury claims of sexism and ageism, issues which have been linked to the way older women are treated at the broadcaster. Figures...
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The Case of BBC and TV Licensing Fee
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...BBC and TV licensing fee Introduction The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is one of the potential areas of concern in the UK because it includes the issue about significant funding that has to be shouldered by every household prior to sustaining its operation. A television license fee has to be charged to every British household, companies, or organizations prior to using equipment to record or receive live television broadcasts. This license allows somebody to have potential access to the BBC and its programs and to the current affairs that at some point may vary from those offered by commercial television and independent cable or satellites. The license fee is set by the British... ?The case of...
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Television Licensing Fees, The BBC and the Ofcom Regulation. (Related Article:-Print Media hinted The BBC licensing fees likely
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...BBC and the Ofcom Regulation. Supervisor: To understand the structure of television broadcasting inBritain today, and the legal and financial circumstances of the BBC it is necessary to see it in its historical context, and within the current political climate. 1. The BBC. The BBC started life in 1922 as the “British Broadcasting Company”, an alliance of six electronic manufactures who were producing wirelesses – the earliest form of radio receivers. The companies came together to produce radio content to stimulate demand for their receivers. The group included subsidiaries of broadcasting companies in the US, where broadcasting had begun, under licence... Assignment: Television Licensing Fees, The BBC...
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The Relationship between the BBC and Public Broadcasting Corporation and the Commercial Sectors
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...BBC as a Public Broadcasting Corporation and the Commercial Sectors? Should the Nature of Public Service Broadcasting Remain the same or be changed? Critically Analyse. What are the Alternatives. Meaning of Public Service Broadcasting First, before going into BBC’s relationship as a public broadcasting corporation with the commercial sectors, it is helpful to identify first what is meant by public service broadcasting. The Communications Act 2003 (CA 2003) sets a duty on the Office of Communications (Ofcom) to obtain accessibility of a broad range of both “television and radio services” all over the United Kingdom that is of high quality and considered to draw... ?What is the Relationship between the BBC ...
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What was the main goals of the BBC in the 1920s and 1930s
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...BBC in the 1920s and 1930s? Introduction This paper will give a through insight into British Broadcasting Corporation’s goals and objectives in the early years of its inception. This paper will further give a historic picture of BBC’s purpose of existence and how this purpose has changed in its course till now. History of BBC The original British Broadcasting Company was established in 1922 by a group of telecommunications companies (including subsidiaries of General Electric and AT&T) to broadcast experimental radio services. The first transmission was on 14 November of that year, from station 2LO, located at Marconi House, London. [1] [3] [4] John Reith was chosen... What were the main goals of the...
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Public Service Broadcasting and the Unique Way by which the BBC Funding Impact
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...BBC Funding Impact Journalism refers to the process of collectinginformation from various sources and then presenting it in an informative manner to the general audience. This is a very complicated process concerning the tedious work the relevant individuals undertake before the final information is finally brought forward to the public. Journalism is a career has evolved over the years to be currently a competitive career. The reason behind this is that journalism is closely connected to communication and its various forms. For journalism to be effective, it must fully utilize the available means of communication in order to ensure that the target audience... Public Service Broadcasting and The Unique...
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Is it justifiable to continue to have public funding for the BBC in the twenty-first y century
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...BBC Introduction Licensing fees for televisions sets in the UK go to support the BBC. It is more than a television production house for people living in the UK, since it is an institute much as other national institutes and in this manner, public spending in the form of TV licensing fees for the BBC are perfectly justified. Naturally, whenever there is the involvement of public money, there also is the question of public interest. The BBC therefore is supposed to act in the interest of the public and thus, those who guard the public interest may find some actions of the BBC to be objectionable at certain times (Billen and Allardice, 2004). In fact, some of them may even... Public Funding for the BBC...
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Explore the scholarly literature on the contentious workplace issue of Women in Top Jobs. A recent BBC article demonstrated that
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...BBC article clearly shows that there are a fewer women holding on to their management jobs. There are more male leaders than female leader s in society. This is understandable. Throughout history, the people were used to male leaders. People love to hear the fiery discussion of Britain’s Prime Minister Taylor (Taylor, 2006). With Thatcher’s prior leadership, United Kingdom was able to join the United States wars. Creating... ? Women Leaders March 13, Women Leaders Introduction Women leadership has grown through the years. Research delves on why there are few women leaders. The research delves on how to increase women leaders in society. Training and dedication increases the number of women leaders. The...
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According to the BBC, 'Britain is a surveillance society.' To what extent does this compromise and conflict with people's right to privacy An Analysis
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...BBC (2006), 'Britain is a surveillance society.' To what extent does this compromise and conflict with people's right to privacy?– An Analysis. Introduction It is estimated that in excess of 4.2 million surveillance cameras have been installed in public places in U.K as of date which is far above the quantum of such cameras around the globe. It is to be observed that in the middle of 1990s; about seventy-five percent of UK government’s crime prevention budget was earmarked for CCTV operations. Many critics were perplexed over the UK government wide usage of CCTV for surveillance as Britons always defending of their privacy at home. CCTV surveillance is concerned with social... ?  According to the BBC...
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According to the BBC (2006), 'Britain is a surveillance society.' To what extent does this compromise and conflict with people's right to privacy
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...BBC (2006), Britain is a surveillance society. To what extent does this compromise and conflict with peoples right to privacy? – An Analysis. Introduction It is estimated that in excess of 4.2 million surveillance cameras have been installed in public places in U.K as of date which is far above the quantum of such cameras around the globe. It is to be observed that in the middle of 1990s; about seventy-five percent of UK government’s crime prevention budget was earmarked for CCTV operations. Many critics were perplexed over the UK government wide usage of CCTV for surveillance as Britons always defending of their privacy at home. CCTV surveillance is concerned with social sorting... According to the...
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According to the British charity Action Aid, cheap fashion comes at a human price (BBC news 20th July 2010). Critically discuss
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...BBC news 20th July . Critically discuss the validity of thisstatement with reference to trade in industrial goods. International trade is the precursor of globalization and it is based on a mutually beneficial exchange of commodities where a country exports a good in which it has comparative advantage (in terms of cost of production and technology) and imports a good in which it has comparative disadvantage than its trading partner. Therefore the basic theory of trade is supported by the fact that it makes both the participating nations better off in terms of their economic positions. Trade is further facilitated... ?According to the British charity Action Aid, cheap fashion comes at a human price (BBC...
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The German Interior Minister Otto Schily announced that immigration rules would be relaxed to facilitate the entry of Indian software experts (BBC news 30th Oct 2001). Evaluate the potential impact of such an action on both developed and developing countr
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...BBC news (2001), German made a decision to relax on the immigration rules in order to be able to advance technology by facilitating the entry of the Indian software experts to German. This was also meant to be in a position to compete with countries like the United States. In this case, some of the restrictive issues in the green card process would be eliminated to ease the process of acquiring Visas for the families of the software experts. Nevertheless, in the previous year German provided 10,000 green cards to technology... Running head: IMMIGRATION AND TRADE IN SERVICES Immigration and Trade in Services Insert Insert Insert 26th April 2011 Immigration and Trade in Services Introduction According to BB...
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3.What are the main differences between the funding models for the BBC and commercial television How are these models considered to impact on the type of output of each service Draw on at least three relevant academic references in your answer
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...BBC and commercial television? How are these models considered to impact on the typeof output of each service? Draw on at least three relevant academic references in your answer.  The broadcasting business in Britain is rooted in the tenet of public service. When taking into account the public and the private sector of broadcasting it is useful to draw on distinct definitions of both types. The crucial difference between these two different broadcasting systems rests on the methods of funding. A public broadcasting system is usually wholly funded by the public – that is to say that it either gets funded through a proportion set aside... What are the main differences between the funding models for the BBC ...
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1.It may sound strange that Chinese firms are turning to Bangladesh to make clothes, not least because China is the global leader in clothing manufacturing and exports. But the shift is happening for very obvious reasons. BBC new 29/08/2012. Using
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...BBC NEWS, 2012). But what goes up also goes down. China ruled the world market in garment exports until recently when it lost its position to the low cost Bangladeshi factories. But is it possible that Bangladesh would have to face what China went through in terms of losing its position as the top exporter and producer of garments? The answer to this a quiet complicated one. The current factor which has given Bangladesh a significant advantage over China... Competitive Advantage In The Garment Industry It has been ages since we have been hearing everyone say “if it’s cheap, it has to be Chinese”. And this statement is something which is very hard to refute. Having a population which is growing at a...
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Link between inactivity and obesity queried (BBC News, July 8, 2010)
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...Link Between Physical Inactivity and Obesity Queried (Word Count 2240) goes here> Number> Submitted> ABSTRACT The objective of this study is to review current literature, United Kingdom government health policies, and World Health Organization viewpoints on physical activity and the issue of obesity. The study covers UK-based literature, studies and government health policies on physical activity and obesity. The standpoint and recommendations of the WHO on obesity and physical activity is also compared with current UK health policy. The evaluation revealed that the UK government is keeping in line with the WHO focus on lifestyle modification as a means of preventing obesity. However... Between Physical ...
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Summarize the content of the BBC article titled 'Is language unique to humans'
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...Is Language Unique to Humans? Version Language is a uniquely human faculty. It is true that all animals communicate with each other through sounds, smell and body language. But by definition this sort of communication is not language. Simply put, language is defined as words linked to objects and concepts. The words in turn can be chained into sentences that follow grammatical rules. Some species like parrots and chimpanzees can be trained to understand sentences used by humans. However, this is a one way communication they could not reciprocally ‘speak’ or express themselves in a broad range. What gave rise to language in humans is the need to represent human ‘action’. Beyond... Language Unique to...
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B300 TMA01
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...BBC Case Study - Table of Contents I. Short Introduction …………….……………………………………. 3 II. Use of Analyses to Illustrate the Situation Faced by BBC in 2001 … 3 III. Potential Areas of Conflict for BBC ………………………………... 6 a. Producing its Own Programs ……………………………… 6 b. Competing for Ratings with Other TV Channels …………….. 7 c. Being a Global Provider ……………………………………… 8 IV. Decision Making Process in Responding to BBC Situation in 2001 .. 8 V. Government Policy on BBC in Relation to 2001 Situation ………… 9 VI. Conclusion ………………………………………………………….. 10 References …………………………………………………………………... 11 - 12 Short Introduction BBC started its business as a private corporation selling radio receivers in 1922... B300 TMAO1 - The...
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Media Market Report of UK media outlet based on Mediatel
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...BBC Media Market Report: BBC The United Kingdom has a long list of channels that are rendering services in different fields for public interest. These channels are rated and are calculated as per their performance in the selected fields; audience, viewership, demographics, and the revenues generated annually. This media reports also discusses the topic in detail to provide an overview of one of the no. 1 Media outlets in UK, famously known as ‘BBC 1’. The information and the data, which is provided in this report, is majorly collected form Mediatel, followed by some other credible sources. Introduction Undoubtedly, the term ‘mass media’ is deceivingly a very... Media Market Report: BBC...
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Choose a UK Institution and describe its origin and give a brief history of this institution. To what extent has this institution preserved UK culture and/or changed UK culture (give examples)
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...BBC) Brief History of BBC BBC started as a British Broadcasting Company Ltd that was a commercial market in Britain established on October 1922 by the American and British electrical companies that were conducting business in UK. The two companies wanted to build sales for their products through radio broadcasts. The established company was licensed by British General Post Office, with its first office in Magnet floor. John Reith became the director in 1922. In 1926, the dissolution of the company took place and the assets transferred to British Broadcasting Corporation (Hilmes 6). Therefore, BBC is a public service statutory corporation for broadcasting aimed... British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)...
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Discussion Topic -Forum for Current Events
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...BBC News story of 21 January d “BBC News. “Fake Facebook page costs US taxpayer $134,000” constitutes a current event story that comprises of a security breach. According to BBC News, “The US Justice Department is to pay a woman $134,000 (£88,640) after making a fake Facebook page that contained a photograph of her half-clothed.” Indeed, this fake page was created with the intention of catching Ms Arquiett’s boyfriend since she was arrested and accused of being involved in a drugs ring in 2010 (BBC News). However, this did not go down well with authorities at Facebook since they do not tolerate such security breaches....
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The British Broadcasting Corporation
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...BBC DISTORTING THE MARKET Contents Background: The British Broadcasting Corporation 2 What is the BBC iPlayer 3 Evolution of the iPlayer Concept 4 Functionalities of the BBC iPlayer 5 Use of Windows Applications on the iPlayer 5 Peer-to-Peer Distribution of iPlayer Files 6 Project Timeline and Important Developments 7 Pressure on Internet Service Providers as Distributors of Content 11 Significant Issues for Marketers 13 Who is the BBC's Customer...Really 13 Balancing Mission, Sustainability, and Competitive Advantage 16 The Challenge for the Marketing Industry 19 References 22 Background: The British Broadcasting Corporation The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC... Running Head: IS THE BBC...
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Palestine and Israel Conflict Through 3 TV station
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...BBC, Fox News and Al-Jazeera ii. Controversy on media biasness a) Media biasness is observable b) BBC and Fox supports Israel c) Al-Jazeera presents supports Palestine iii... Israel-Palestine Conflict through 3 TV Stations: Outline for the Presentation Introduction Understanding the Israeli-Palestineconflict is challenging because of substantial biasness by media channels. Unfortunately, media channels are the major sources of information regarding the conflict. However, lack of professional ethics and runaway biasness undermines objectivity of news. i. Israeli-Palestine conflict a) A recurrent issue with no solutions b) There is controversy surrounding media reporting c) Main media channels are BBC, F...
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African elephants
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...BBC news (science and environment segment) which was retrieved from http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-28854259 on 22nd March 2015. The validity of the report will be evaluated with reference to a scientific journal on the same issue retrieved from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/08/140819155226.htm on 22nd March 2015. According to the BBC news, the population of African elephants had declined to a critical point. They claimed that more than thirty-five thousand elephants were killed for ivory... African elephants This paper will seek to analyze the validity of a media report on the decreasing number of Elephants in the African continent. It will discuss a news report done by the BBC ...
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Summarize it briefly in one paragraph,v2.use the journalists guideline of the 5 Ws which means covering who, what, when, where, why ( a news article (not a feature story) usually covers the 5 Ws in the opening paragraph,3.cite the exact source
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...BBC News, para1). The gunmen killed twelve people in what appeared to be a militant attack by Islamist diehards. Among those who lost their lives were three well known cartoonists and an editor. Two police officers responding to the raised alarm also died. A major police operation was started immediately after the attackers left the building to find the two people who are said to have fled by car. According to BBC News, this assault was no doubt an act of terrorism and the French government termed it as one of the deadliest... Charlie Hebdo Attack The Charlie Hebdo shooting took place on 7th January 12, at 10.30 UTC when two gun men made their way to the offices of a French satirical magazine in Paris...
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Media, culture and society
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...BBC attempt to maintain its independence from the UK government According to Wikipedia, "In the United Kingdom the term 'public service broadcasting' refers to broadcasting that is for the public benefit rather than for purely commercial concerns." The television and radio broadcasters also need to fulfill certain requirements, laid down by the communications regulator Ofcom, as part of their licence to broadcast. All the television and radio stations of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) have a public service remit. However, even the private companies like Channel 3, GMTV, Channel Four and Five are obliged to give public service programming as they are...
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Broadcasting of Science
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...BBC news channel. Mainly, many newsreaders and reporters tend to shy away from the broadcast of science, as it requires critical research and extensive... Broadcasting of Science Broadcast journalism is the evaluation and gathering of information concerning the events that happen to people and the conveying of that information in a nonbiased and balanced manner. This form of journalism should fulfill the public’s entitlement for it to stay informed in a free and liberal society. It involves the usage of a variety of media tools that may include the internet, television sets, radio, and a variety of portable wireless gadgets. However, despite journalism proving effective it also has its disadvantage. In...
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...BBC’s performance within the UK market in the recent phenomenon. From the varied channels... Lab Report, Marketing Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 4 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction Technological innovation has changed the entire scenario of the modern world. People, in their daily lives, use electronic gadgets, like television, radio, mobile phones. Due to technological interventions, the level of connectivity between viewers and presenters has increased to a considerable extent. Nowadays, media is a well-established industry where rating is the ultimate destination for television channels. In the media industry, audiences’ feedback is very important and crucial for producers or...
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Radio 1 report
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...BBC is not only the most popular radio station in the UK, but also in other parts of the world as well. It is the oldest radio station in the world. Perhaps no other companies have as many local and international radio stations as BBC has. Virtually, there are no life segments that are not dealt by the BBC radio stations. Sports, business, education, weather, politics, economics, cultural news, and all other types of local and international news are handled with equal value by the BBC radio stations. Even though BBC has started its services in English language, it started to broadcast in 28 languages other than English recently. BBC... Radio Report Introduction The British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC ...
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Business formation and purpose
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...BBC organizations INTRODUCTION The BBC is the worlds leading public service broadcaster. Its mission is to enrich peoples lives with programs that inform, educate and entertain Established by a Royal Charter, the BBC is a public, semi-autonomous transmitter service firm that runs under the UK Household and its license fee is paid by the Household itself. They use the income from the license fee to provide services including 10 national TV channels plus regional programming, 10 national radio stations, 40 local radio stations and an extensive website (Cameron, 2008). BBC World Service broadcasts to the world on TV and online, on radio, providing news and information... Business formation and purpose The...
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Blog entry
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...BBC News, 2013). Other amazing architectures that I believe are related to expo Dubai... Architectures Related to Expo 2020 in Dubai Recently Dubai was chosen to be the in UAE that would host the popular world expo trade convention in 2020. The countries that were also interested in the winning their bids included; Brazil, Turkey and Russia. I believe Dubai was the favorite of all because of her stunning and multifaceted architectures it has invested for the last few years. I contemplate that Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, was the main startling piece of architecture that made Dubai to be the first Middle Eastern city to host the prestigious occasion that occurs every five years (BBC...
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Media Culture and Society
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...BBC, which fund itself on a special tax levied on citizens of the United Kingdom, this is especially troublesome. Many have fumed at some of the channel's content and questioned how it can be justified under the BBC's mandate. Similar problems occur for other public broadcasters around the world, but the BBC's issues are more... ? Word count: 1332 Media Culture and Society Public broadcasters have a unique responsibility to the public. They must provide quality content in order to enhance the cultural and political dialogue. They must ensure that their content is neither too narrow in its appeal nor too broad. In other words, they have to please everyone all of the time—an impossible task. For the BBC,...
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Information system
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...BBC 2008) Technology implies something scientific in a broader definition of the word. But for the commercial and industrial world, technology means information technology – an all embracing term that cover all aspects of information systems, technological or not, within a business. The initial funding of 300 million euros for the European Institute of Technology in Budapest is a testament to such fact and the institution prioritizes IT project along with renewable energy. (BBC) The BBC report highlighted that in pooling the expertise of universities, research bodies and businesses, the institute will play a prominent role in the European Union’s strategy of promoting jobs, growth... and...
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What do you think the most serious problem in the world Why
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...BBC World Service, extreme poverty ranked as the most serious problem in the world, followed by the environment/pollution,terrorism, and human rights abuses (BBC World Service). Admittedly, these are large problems, but implicating each specifically omits the problems that causally unite each of these social ills. The now almost-clichéd phrase that “ideas have consequences” is a profoundly important to keep in mind here, and it is especially important because understanding the cause of poverty, terrorism, and human rights requires a tremendous amount of knowledge integration between different areas of human life. Knowing the broader implications of ideas allows one to move... In a poll conducted by the...
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Economic Growth or Unemployment Rate or Discourage Workers
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...BBC (pp. 2) notes that like changes that cause variation in aggregate demand, on of substantial changes that caused a reduction in aggregate supply of oil in 1970s was due to efforts that came from leading oil producing countries. They restricted oil supply to the market. Most of the final products produced from industries depend entirely on oil and its products like crude oil; gas (BBC PP. 3). As its effect, the suppliers of outputs will face... Economic Growth An economic growth model can be made applicable in explaining and measuring the impacts causedon prices of goods and services in the market, due to changes in the price of one commodity. Through such an impact, the model can perfectly describe...
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...BBC Case Analysis Executive Summary Breakaway Bicycle Company (BBC) is a firm that builds bicycle frames. The company was started in 1999 by Mike Giro, and has since then designed top-of-the-range frames for professionals and enthusiasts alike. The demand for custom made bicycle frames has risen over the years and the company has stepped in to provide professional and fun riders with these frames. During the Atlanta Olympics in 1996, mountain bike racing made it debut as an event in the Olympics. From this time, people started getting more interested in bike racing as a medal event. With this increasing demand by the day, there is need for Breakaway to...
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...BBC reports and The Washington Post with respect to the US allegations and Pakistani denials. BBC reports Pakistan being accused... Source analysis of an issue affecting two or more countries After the tricky proxy war against the Soviets on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, US and Pakistani support of the mujahideen set a precedent for the later growth of Taliban. Putting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan to a halt was in the interest of both Pakistan and United States, which deeply rooted their respective intelligence agencies, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); firstly into creation of mujahidin to achieve this and then backing the Taliban into becoming a...
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