British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC),

Definition of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC):

  1. The first and largest national broadcasting network in the world, headquartered in the United Kingdom. BBC became a publicly funded company in 1922 and grosses billions of dollars a year. The corporations primary sources of funding come from fees imposed on British viewers and government grants. BBC provides a multitude of media resources including publications, radio and television broadcasts. Most programs produced by the company focus on global news and are translated into various languages to reach countries across the world.

  2. A public corporation for radio and television broadcasting in Britain.

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