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Bbc radio by fateha

  1. 1. BBC Radio By fateha begum
  2. 2. What is radio broadcasting? Radio broadcasting is a one-way wireless broadcast over radio waves planned to reach a wide viewers. Also that the station can be can be connected to a radio systems to broadcast a public radio format, either in broadcast syndication or simulcast or both.
  3. 3. Public Service Broadcasting (the BBC) • Public broadcasting is a type radio that includes , television and other electronic media outlets whose main work is public service. Public broadcasters accept capital from various causes including license fees, distinct helps, open backing and marketable supporting.
  4. 4. How big is BBC Radio • The BBC Radio today is still making up a largest part of the company's to output and also to still reflected in the title of the BBC's listings magazine called the Radio
  5. 5. National radio station • The BBC today runs eleven national domestic radio stations, six of which are only open in a digital format via DAB Digital Radio, UK digital television satellite, cable and Freeview and live streams and also that you could listen to the radio again. • There are three national commercial stations broadcasting on FM or AM throughout the UK as well as via DAB, DTV and online. • Classic FM (100-103 FM) - classical music • Absolute Radio (AM [mostly 1215 medium wave]) - rock and pop music • talk SPORT (AM [mostly 1089/1053 medium wave]) - live sport and debate •
  6. 6. Digital radio station • In the United Kingdom, the roll-out of digital radio is happening since business test broadcasts were started by the BBC in 1990 followed by a public introduction in September 1995. The UK currently has the world's biggest digital radio network, with 103 transmitters, two national DAB companies and 48 local and regional DAB companies broadcasting over 250 commercial and 34 BBC radio stations across the UK and in the capital as well.
  7. 7. Regional radio stations The BBC radio stations serving Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are identified as BBC Regional Radio. Here are the list of the regional radio station: • BBC Radio Foyle • BBC Radio Ulster • BBC Radio Scotland • BBC Radio Scotland – Orkney • BBC Radio Scotland – Shetland • BBC Radio Wales
  8. 8. The BBC radio World Service • The BBC World Service is the world's largest international broadcaster, broadcasting news, speech and discussions in 28 languages to many parts of the world on analogue and digital shortwave platforms, internet streaming, podcasting, satellite, FM and MW relays. • The World Service was reported to have reached 188 million people a week on average in June 2009.It does not carry advertising, and the English language service broadcasts 24 hours a day.
  9. 9. The Licence Fee for the BBC • Well for the licence fee to the BBC radio actually cost less and that is because most people don’t hear the radios on tele or outside and the reason that most people do that so that they can save money to pay bills, pay their rents and more. This shows how much it cost to listen to the Radio per week or month: • £2.11 per month per household and also that it shows that if you spend a lot per month then the total that has been spend will £604 million so around 17%
  10. 10. The advantages licence fee for the radio station • The advantages of the licence fee for the radio is that you get hear the radio in free view. • You get to listen different types of radios • You some times get to pay less. • The annual television & radio license varies in price depending on which state they will have. • And lastly sometimes the radio station some times cost to pay the license fee but it depends on how much radio do you listen.
  11. 11. What else does the BBC radio own? • The BBC is a semi-autonomous public service broadcaster that operates under a Royal Charter and a Licence and Agreement from the Home Secretary. Within the United Kingdom its work is funded principally by an annual television licence fee, which is charged to all British households, companies and organisations using any type of equipment to receive live television broadcasts; the level of the fee is set annually by the British Government and agreed by Parliament