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  • Essay on Review of the BBC History Website

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    The BBC History website is very eclectic, covering an immense range of history and as a resource, it could be suggested that it is a victim of trying to appeal all levels of historical interest from the academic to the mildly interested. It has been variously described as relevant and fascinating , a useful research tool , catering to the non-specialist whilst including valuable material for the historical researcher . As a site there is an obvious preference given to any historical programming

  • Essay on BBC Financial Analysis

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    348,200 217,000 Current Liabilities (386,800) (310,300) (271,100) (252,900) Current Ratio 0.90 1.05 1.03 0.86 Interpretation and Explanation In case of BBC, we can observe a positive trend. There has been a significant increase in the ratio. However in 2007, the company’s current liabilities were higher than the current assets.But over the next two consecutive years 2008 and 2009, the company’s assets

  • Btec Business Level Three - Unit 1 - the Business Environment Assignment 1

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    – Types of Businesses Task P1 The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its mission statement is to enrich people lives with programs that inform, educate and entertain. The BBC has the second largest budget of any UK broadcaster with an operating expenditure of £4.23 billion in 2009/2010. The only UK broadcaster with a larger operating expenditure is British Sky Broadcasting with £5.9 billion ( The reason that Sky’s operating

  • Essay On The Battle Of The Atlantic By Helen Cleary

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    is a website with the article, called “Battle of the Atlantic”, written by Helen Cleary and published by The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). BBC is a British broadcasting company who aims to promote education and learning through the internet. The author, Helen Cleary is an editor and writer, who writes non-fiction articles or stories for the BBC history website. She was also a member of the World War Two People’s War Team from September 2003 to November 2004. In this source, it aims to

  • The Norm In The TV Industry

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    Do and Discover slot and The Bedtime Hour on CBeebies. The BBC Trust received a swarm of complaints from aggravated parents, who claimed that Miss Burnell’s appearance was upsetting and scaring their children, following her debut on the channel. Angered parents claimed the disabled woman was an unsuitable co-host, with one father threatening to ban his 2-year-old from watching the show due to fears that she

  • Essay on Public Service Broadcasting Within The Plural Society

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    Introduction British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC] has played its role as a Public Service Broadcasting [PSB] in England since 1926. It was set up on Baron Reith’s hands as an educative media building public’s character by establishing and socializing cultural value to the society via its programs. Hitherto, BBC’s work focuses on the cultural connection among the society and plays a role as its guardian rather than pays attention to the diversity among them (Curran & Seaton, 2003). However, some

  • Broadcasting Corporation 's Decision On Broadcast Jerry Springer

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    be looking at the reasons why the BBC made the decision to air it in 2005. I will be comparing the number of people who complained to the BBC to the total amount of people who watched the broadcast using viewing figures and charts. In addition, I will also look at the viewpoints of the Christian Voice Campaign who argued against the opera. Finally, I will also be using my knowledge of Utilitarianism and Kantianism while referencing the viewing figures and the BBC 's general duty to the public to establish

  • I Am The Researcher For A Production Company And I Have

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    funding relate to the industry. I will be using many different case studies involving several companies. A few companies I will be researching are: ‘News Corp’, ‘Viacom’, ‘Disney’ and Universal. I will also be researching on other companies such as the BBC. The TV and film industry is made up of a list of different companies that operate differently and are funded

  • Importance Of Commercial Broadcasting

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    In this essay I will be discussing whether public servicing broadcasting (PSB) is still relevant in 2017? I will be giving positives and negative views to come to a reasonable conclusion in which PSB is relevant. Public broadcasting is radio, television and other electronic media outlets, which are all trying to do the same job, which is entertain the viewers in other words public service. In majority of the world funding comes from the government through annual fees. Public broadcasting comes in

  • Availability of Electronic Information

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    Availability Of Electronic Information 17/09/2012 10:15 AM Contents Introduction 2 Impact On Me 3 Impact On Friends and Family 4 Individuals & Society 5 Individuals 5 Introduction In this short essay I will be discussing the impact that electronic information has on individuals and also as a society. ICT is a major part of society as it provides communication quickly and easily between different parts of the world and provides quick access