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  • BBC TELEVISION
  • WHAT IS BBC TELEVSION BBC Television is a service of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The corporation, which has operated in the United Kingdom under the terms of a Royal Charter since 1927, has produced television. The BBC operates several television networks, television stations (although there is generally very little distinction between the two terms in the UK), and related programming services in the United Kingdom. As well as being a broadcaster, the corporation also produces a large number of its own programmed in-house, thereby ranking as one of the world's largest television production companies.
  • TYPES OF TELEVISION BROADCASTING  Terrestrial television  Closed-circuit television  Outside broadcasting  BBC One  BBC Two.  BBC Three.  BBC Four.  BBC One HD BBC Two HD. BBC News. BBC Parliament,  Parliament, Scottish Parliament, Welsh Assembly,  Northern Ireland Assembly.  CBBC  CBeebies View slide
  • PUBLIC SERVICE TELEVISION-THE BBC  In the UK the term "public service broadcasting" refers to broadcasting which is intended for the public and will benefit rather than for purely commercial concerns. The communications regulator.  S4C Although this Welsh language channel is not operated by the Corporation, the BBC contributes programmed funded by the license fee as part of its public service obligation. The BBC used to broadcast Welsh-language programmed on its own channels in Wales, but these were transferred to S4C when it started broadcasting in 1982. BBC  Alba A part-time Scottish Gaelic digital-only channel. Although it carries the BBC name, it is a partnership between the BBC and MG Alba, with the majority of funding coming from the Scottish Government via MG Alba. View slide
  • INTERENATIONALTELEVSION- THE BBC  The BBC is forbidden under its charter to directly undertake any commercial operations on-air within the United Kingdom, however no such restriction applies to operations in other countries. Therefore the BBC exploits its massive television archive by operating a number of commercial television channels outside the UK through its BBC Worldwide subsidiary.  Some channels are wholly owned by BBC Worldwide, others are operated as joint ventures with other broadcasters.  An international, commercially-funded twenty-four hour news channel, not officially available to UK viewers but is shown on BBC News/BBC One/BBC Two between 1am-5.30am and two editions 11:30am-12:00pm on BBC Two/ 19:00-19:30 on BBC Four.
  • THE LOCALTELEVISION-THE BBC  BBC News provides trusted World and UK news as well as local and regional perspectives. Also entertainment, business, science, technology and health news and more.
  • BBC WORLD WIDE THE BBC  The BBC's wholly owned commercial subsidiary, BBC Worldwide, also operates several international television channels under BBC branding:  BBC America A US general entertainment channel, co-owned with Discovery Networks, showcasing British television programming. BBC Canada A Canadian general entertainment channel, co-owned with Shaw Media.
  • THE REGIONS TELEVISONS- THE BBC  BBC Regions is the division of the BBC responsible for local television, radio, web and teletext services in England. It is one of the BBC's four 'Nations' - the others being BBC Scotland, BBC Wales and BBC Northern Ireland.The division is made up of 12 separate regions.  BBC North East and Cambria BBC North West BBC Yorkshire BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire BBC East Midlands BBC West Midlands BBC East BBC West BBC South BBC London BBC South East BBC South West
  • THE DIGITALTELEVISON-THE BBC  This service allows BBC viewers to view textual information such as the latest news on their television. CEEFAX has not made a full transition to digital television  CEEFAX was the world's first teletext information service. It was started by the BBC in 1974, and ran regularly filling BBC Two's overnight schedule as Pages from CEEFAX
  • THE LICENCES FEE TELEVISION- THE BBC The United Kingdom and the Crown Dependencies, any household watching or recording live television transmissions as they are being broadcast (terrestrial, satellite, cable, or internet) is required to hold a television license. Since 1 April 2010 the annual license fee has been £145.50 for colour and £49.00 for black and white. Income from the license is primarily used to fund the television, radio and online services of the BBC. The total income from license fees was £3.6562 billion in 2012–13of which £597.3 million or 16.3% was provided by the Government through concessions for those over the age of 75. Thus, the license fee made up the bulk of the BBC's total income of £5.102 billion in 2012-2013. The BBC Trust gives the following information for expenditure of license fee income during the year 2009-10 of £3.56 billion (expressed here in percentage terms): 66% – All TV 17% – National and local radio 6% – Online e.g. BBC websites, I Player 11% – Other e.g. transmission and license fee collection costs*
  • TV LICENCES  television license (or broadcast receiving license) is official permission required in many countries for the reception of television broadcasts, or the possession of a television set. The license is sometimes also required to own a radio or receive radio broadcasts. A TV license is generally a hypothecated tax for the purpose of funding public broadcasting, thus allowing public broadcasters to transmit television programmed without, or with only supplemental, funding from radio and television advertisements. However, in some cases the balance between public funding and advertisements is the opposite
  • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES TV LICENCES  The advantages of an TV licenses that you get to watch ant channels in the tele and get some good channels or show.  But the disadvantages of and TV licenses that you have to pay every month to get more TV channels and also there wont be enough audience too.
  • WHAT ELSE DOES THE BBC TV OWN- THE BBC TELEVISION  BBC America  BBC Canada  BBC HD  BBC Kids  A Canadian children's programming channel co-owned with Shaw Media.  BBC Entertainment  BBC Lifestyle  BBC Knowledge  BBC UKTV  BBC, Talkback Thames, ITV and Channel 4.  UKT  BBC archive  BBC Persian  News chinel  BBC Japan