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BBC: around 30 000.
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The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is the world's largest broadcaster. Unlike other broadcasters, it is a public service based quasi-autonomous statutory corpo…ration run by the BBC Trust. It is funded yearly by a television licence (or licence fee) charged to all UK households which own a television, rather than being underwritten directly by the Government of the United Kingdom. Today, it has bases or correspondents in more than 200 countries and, as officially surveyed, is available to more than 274 million households, though also possibly far more individual persons and groups than surveys can gather, and it is the oldest surviving entity of its kind and is more widely known internationally than any other news organization. The BBC's reach is significantly more than CNN's estimated 200 million.
BBC stands for British Broadcasting Corporation.
Its a double CD. The first CD has 10 songs.
The BBC has several stake holders, the British Public, the British Government, the people who listen to the international broadcasts, the program makers, the actors and the BB…C staff. The BBC broadcasts out of: BBC London (The Main station of BBC Television Center) There are also regional BBC units scattered round Britain.
A lot. There is: BBC 1, BBC 2, BBC 3, BBC 4, BBC News, BBC Parliament, CBBC, Cbeebies, BBC Iplayer, BBC England, BBC Scotland, BBC Wales, BBC Northern Ireland, and BBC America… There is BBC radio channels too: Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio 5 live,5 live sports extra, 6 music, radio 7, Asian Network
Gosh, this is difficult, because it depends what you mean by "the BBC" and by "countries". For most people, the correct answer is one: it operates in the United Kingdom. It… is supported by the British government and British taxes, and as you can expect the British people would not be too happy to be paying for other countries! Although there is a BBC channel in the United States (called BBC America), this is not part of the BBC. It is a private company partly owned by the BBC. It is very different to the British BBC, because it screens commercials/advertisements, and it also shows TV shows made by the BBC's rivals (for example, the sitcom Spaced, which was made by and shown on Channel Four in Britain). Similarly, shows made by the BBC or partly-made by the BBC are screened in most of the world's countries - often edited or redubbed to fit local language and cultural requirements. The United Kingdom is widely considered by UK residents to be made up of four "constituent countries": England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, so you could say that the BBC screens in all four countries: however this depends on an interpretation of the word 'countries' that (although not necessarily incorrect) isn't shared by any other nation or nation-state in the modern sense. The BBC operates in most countries in the sense that it has a incredibly wide news-gathering service and has journalists stationed in probably more locations than any other television channel apart from Japan's NHK, which functions similarly to the BBC.
I don't think there is a real "reason" as to why there are, but the bottom line is that Scotland is a part of Britain, and BBC stands for "British Broadcasting Corportation", …not "English Broadcasting Corporation". As long as they are talented and TV material, the BBC will hire you whever you're from, like most TV stations.
You type in bbc.uk.co in your browser and it will take you to the home page
lots. i know that doesn't help but i go on it at least six times a week
There is 13 episodes in series 2. The last one was a Savage Songs Special as repeated in series three.
The BBC Sport Scotland company has several different sports commentators. The BBC Sport company provides coverage of many different sports such as football, tennis, rugby, cri…cket, and golf the amount of commentators for a sport depends on the sport as some are more popular than others.