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Radio Broadcasting
Radio broadcasting is a one-way wireless transmission over radio
waves intended to reach a wide audienc...
National Radio Stations-
The BBC runs eleven national
domestic radio stations.
NATIONAL
BBC RADIO 1
BBC RADIO 2
BBC RADIO ...
Regional stations
The BBC also runs radio stations for the three "national regions".
These stations focus on local issues....
Local radio stations
There are over 40 local radio stations by region, they cover a variety of
areas, with some serving a ...
The Licence fee
The licence fee is used almost entirely to fund the BBC's
domestic radio, television and internet services...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Licence fee
Advantage-
• The BBC does not have to rely on advertisers to fund it, it can
p...
BBC Aims-
 Represent the different nations, regions and communities to
the rest of the UK.
 Cater for the different nati...
The BBC -
The BBC does not only own radio stations, they have a variety of output on different platforms. One
of their mai...
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  1. 1. Radio Broadcasting Radio broadcasting is a one-way wireless transmission over radio waves intended to reach a wide audience. Audio broadcasting also can be done via cable radio, local wire television networks, satellite radio, and internet radio via streaming media on the Internet. The signal types can be either analogue audio or digital audio. BBC Radio Stations International-BBC world service: • worlds largest international broadcaster. •Broadcasting news, speech and discussions in 28 languages. •Currently funded by grant-in-aid through the foreign and common-wealth office of the British government. •Broadcast from the broadcasting house in London. Radio Stations
  2. 2. National Radio Stations- The BBC runs eleven national domestic radio stations. NATIONAL BBC RADIO 1 BBC RADIO 2 BBC RADIO 3 BBC RADIO 4 BBC RADIO 5 LIVE Main radio stations available via both analogue FM/AM digital audio broadcasting. BBC RADIO 4 EXTRA BBC RADIO 1XTRA BBC RADIO 5 LIVE SPORTS EXTRA BBC RADIO 6 MUSIC BBC RADIO ASIAN NETWORK New digital-only (internet streaming/sky/free sat/free view/DAB) youth oriented, mostly contemporary pop and rock music adult oriented entertainment, wide range of music, specially adult contemporary arts and high culture, special-interest music (classical, jazz, world music), plus news news, current affairs, arts, history, ori ginal in-house drama news, sports and talk programmes new urban music, plus news classic comedy, drama, books, science fiction, fantasy and children's programmes a companion to Radio 5 Live for additional sports events coverage an eclectic mix of alternative genres including rock, funk, punk and reggae, plus news aimed at the large South Asian community in the UK
  3. 3. Regional stations The BBC also runs radio stations for the three "national regions". These stations focus on local issues. REGIONAL BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio nan Gàidheal BBC Radio Shetland BBC Radio Orkney BBC Radio Wales BBC Radio Cymru BBC Radio Ulster BBC Radio Foyle News, music, sport and talk from Scotland Scottish Gaelic language network News, music, sport and talk from Shetland News, music, sp ort and talk from Orkney News, music, sp ort and talk from Wales Welsh language network News, music, sport and talk from Northern Ireland News, music, sport and talk from north-west of Northern Ireland
  4. 4. Local radio stations There are over 40 local radio stations by region, they cover a variety of areas, with some serving a city and surrounding areas: LOCAL East East Midlands London South South East North West North East and Cumbria West Midlands West Yorkshire Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
  5. 5. The Licence fee The licence fee is used almost entirely to fund the BBC's domestic radio, television and internet services. The money received from the fee represents approximately 75% of the cost of these services with most of the remainder coming from the profits of BBC Worldwide — a commercial wing of the corporation which sells programmes and runs stations overseas (such as BBC World News), as well as other business allied to broadcasting such as publishing. A television licence is required for each household where television programmes are watched as they are broadcast.
  6. 6. Advantages and Disadvantages of Licence fee Advantage- • The BBC does not have to rely on advertisers to fund it, it can produce more speciality and minority programming. • On commercial stations these sorts of programmes might not get enough listeners so advertisers would not want to give the station money. Disadvantage- • should not be charged for a service that you do not use. • forced to pay whether or not you use the BBC . • Its expensive.
  7. 7. BBC Aims-  Represent the different nations, regions and communities to the rest of the UK.  Cater for the different nations, regions and communities of the UK.  Bring people together for shared experiences.  Encourage interest in, and conversation about local communities.  Reflect the different religious and other beliefs in the UK.  Provide output in minority languages.
  8. 8. The BBC - The BBC does not only own radio stations, they have a variety of output on different platforms. One of their main platforms is television the BBC channels are: • BBC ONE • BBC TWO • BBC THREE • BBC FOUR • CBBC BBC • CBEEBIES BBC • BBC PARLIAMENT • BBC NEWS • BBC ALBA They also have online platforms: • NEWS • SPORT • WEATHER • IPLAYER • TV • RADIO
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