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  • Essay Edward Snowden: Traitor or Whistleblower

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    was simply a citizen of the United States who exercised his right to expose the government for their unconstitutional actions. It is important to not only know the two sides to the argument of friend or foe, but to also know the facts as well. My goal in this paper is to present the facts without bias and to adequately portray the two sides of the argument. To give the full picture of Edward Snowden I must start before his role in the

  • A Report On The 's Change Model, Balance Scorecard And Effective Leadership

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    Executive Summary This report will address strategy implementations for BBC3. The BBC have suggested to close BBC3. However from our SWOT (appendix 1) and Porters 5 forces analysis (appendix 2) it was concluded that they should not do this. Instead the BBC should keep BBC3 and close BBC4. This report looks at how the change can be implemented using Lewin’s Change Model, Balance Scorecard and effective leadership. Introduction According to Hrebiniak (2006), formulating a consistent strategy is a

  • Late 1950s: Redefining Public Service

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    rise of television and the competition from commercial broadcasting, BBC urged to an intellectual shift in the understanding of its role and the purpose of public service. It had to reinvent itself in order to maintain an independent service, and protect it from the political and commercial pressure. Sir Ian Jacob, the Director-General from 1952 to 1960 almost outlined every notable step of the BBC’s reinvention in the next two decades. Firstly, Jacob (1954, cited in Tracey, 1998: 9) claimed that

  • The Social Changes Of Television

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    1. Which major waves of social change does the report link television to? (short) The major social changes that are linked to television according to the report ‘A future for public service television: content and platforms in a digital world’ written by ‘Des Freedman and et al. (2016)’ are as follows; 1950’s – Television was one of the main symbols for many reasons. During this decade the first report of general election was televised, also broadcasted was the funeral of George VI and the coronation

  • Jerry Springer : The Opera

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    In this essay I will assess and explore the BBC’s decision to broadcast “Jerry Springer: The Opera” broadcasted on 8 January 2005, by drawing on Utilitarianism and Kantianism theories. Background “Jerry Springer : The Opera” is a British musical written by Stewart Lee and Richard Thomas (Freud, 2003). The opera is based on the famous American chat show which has been running since 1991 and is still a very popular television show to this date (A&E Television Networks, 2015). The first time the

  • 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 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC#Finance). The reason that Sky’s operating

  • Essay on BBC Financial Analysis

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    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 were enough to pay off the short term debts, and this is a positive sign. Talking about the current

  • Magazine Review: Caped Crusader Essay

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    battle for screen time. It is basically about the BBC broadcast winning the Itv rebrand , but with a budget of around £1m, Mike Exon asks are the days of big budget screen-branding numbered. It also shows the BBC Broadcast team for ITV which are Jane Walker, Tim Platt, Paula Williams, Vicky Stout and Eve Rawlinson it guids the average weekly viewing and the ITV pitch list. The opinion section of Caped Crusader takes two pages, which is split in to 2 parts which are

  • The ' Den : A British Television Series Shown On Bbc Two

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    British television series shown on BBC Two, where it features entrepreneurs pitching their business ideas in order to secure investment finance from small groups of venture capitalists. On January 2007, a businessman called Levi Roots comes to the Dragons’ Den to manufacture his spicy Reggae Reggae Sauce. Roots’ aim was to persuade the Dragons on putting a money investment on the sauce for £50,000. In return, Levi was been offered for 20% of the equity in the business by two of the entrepreneurs. As Levi

  • Essay On The Battle Of The Atlantic By Helen Cleary

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    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

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