What rhymes with BBC?
Nothing- those are letters.
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BBC means british broadcasting corporation which is a channel onthe british tv
The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is the world's largest broadcaster. . Unlike other broadcasters, it is a public service based quasi-autonomous statutory corporat…ion 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.
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.
You type in bbc.uk.co in your browser and it will take you to the home page
"Nation Shall Speak Peace unto Nation"
You can email: firstname.lastname@example.org
yes! there is a world service, a news channel that be seen abroad, even BBC America and otehr stations like that :)
The BBC is getting to be an old lady these days, almost 90 years old now. It was created in 1922 by a group of companies who wanted to offer radio broadcasting in the UK. A f…ew years later in 1927, it was changed from private ownership to a national organization, by way of a royal charter, a decree made by the king or queen of Britain. The royal charter provides the BBC with guaranteed funding as well as freedom from government control. in 1929, the BBC began its first ever television broadcast. So, in 2010, the original BBC is 88 years old, the chartered BBC is only 83 years and BBC television is a mere 80 years old. These dates mean that it is not the oldest broadcaster but it is the first broadcaster to broadcast television.
BBC High Definition. Freeview channel 50. It shows programmes from other BBC channels in high definition.
some 1 and on 18th october 1922
In World War 2
BBC World News is shown in my state (North Carolina) on PBS - the Public Broadcasting System, at 11 PM each night. PBS is partly supported by tax money and also by donations -… it is a non-commercial network (unlike ABC, NBC, CBS or Fox), usually affiliated with the public universities in each state. They do not show commercial advertisements for money to finance themselves. There are something like 17 transmitters in my state and its always on local cable. I like the BBC news very much, and find its reporting to be exceptional. Radio broadcasts of BBC News can be received on a radio which receives short wave broadcasts. I do hope BBC survives its current troubles, which it seems to me, though extremely unfortunate, to have little connection to the actual work of the BBC. It would be a great loss if the BBC were to be discontinued.
Takes pictures of real news
The BBC works under the BBC Trust, the governing body of the BBC, whose chairman is currently Chris Patten. The BBC itself is headed by a Director General, currently Tony Hall….