Broadcasting is the distribution of audio and video content
to a dispersed audience via any audio or visual mass
communications medium, but usually one using
electromagnetic radiation. The receiving parties may
include the general public or a relatively large subset.
What it is TV Broadcasting?
In the UK the term public service broadcasting refers to
broadcasting which is planned for the public and will profit
rather than for innocently commercial worries. The public
services manager Ofcom requires that certain television and
radio broadcasters fulfil certain requirements as part of their
licence to broadcast. All of the BBC's television and radio
stations have a public service remit, including those that
Television screens have doubled in size in the last 10 years,
new figures have revealed.
The average TV set is now 33in wide, with skill experts
guessing that one third of screens will be oversize by the
end of the years.
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 programmes from its own
studios since 1932, although the start of its regular service of
television broadcasts is dated to 2 November 1936.[
How big is BBC TV
There is no information about the national TV channels but
there is list of them and they are different languages.
Arabic-language television channels
Azerbaijani-language television channels
Bengali-language television channels
Catalan-language television channels
Celtic-languages television channels
Chinese-language television channels
Croatian-language television channels
Czech-language television channels
Estonian television channels
French-language television channels
And more other channels that are available from the national
National TV channels
Digital UK supports Free view viewers and channels. They
provide viewers with information about their options for
receiving terrestrial TV and advice on reception.
And also this is a list of the current channels available on
digital terrestrial television in the United Kingdom:
Digital TV channels
The BBC broadcasts all of the BBC One and BBC Two
regional variations on digital satellite television from the
SES Astra satellites providing local news programmes and
other regional programming with local continuity and
presentation for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The
BBC refers to the whole UK regional network as BBC
Nations and Regions.
Regional TV channels
For the international presence the television
broadcasting shows different documentary that
is happening either in London or other countries
but sometimes in the BBC channels they show
The television licence (or broadcast receiving licence) is an
official record of payment required in many countries for
the reception of television broadcasts, or the possession of a
television set where some broadcasts are funded in full or
in part by the licence fee paid. The licence is sometimes
also required to own a radio or receive radio broadcasts. A
TV licence is therefore a hypothecated tax for the purpose
of funding public broadcasting, so allowing public
broadcasters to spread television programmes without, or
with only supplemental, funding from radio and television
TV broadcasting licence
There is no advantages of the licence fee for the BBC television but
there are information about them.
In the United Kingdom and the Crown Needs, any household
watching or recording live television transmissions as they are
being broadcast is required to hold a television licence.
Since 1 April 2010 the annual licence fee has been £145.50 for
colour and £49.00 for black and white .Income from the licence is
primarily used to fund the television, radio and online services of
the BBC. The total income from licence fees was £3.6562 billion in
2012–13 of which £597.3 million or 16.3% was provided by the
Government through concessions for those over the age of 75.
Thus, the licence fee made up the bulk of the BBC's total income of
£5.102 billion in 2012-2013.[
Advantages of BBC
They own sister companies such as BBC films,
BBC radio 1extra and so on as well as digital
channels BBC 3, BBC 4 which are designed to
appeal to a different audience.
What else the BBC television