2. Varied Links I used for research
3. Research into the BBC
• The British Broadcasting Company, as the BBC a was originally called, this was formed on 18th
October 1922 by a group of leading wireless manufactures.
• Britian's first live public broadcast was made from the factory of Marconi wireless telegraph
company in Chelmsford in June 1920.
• In 1922 the GPO had received nearly 100 broadcasts license requests. And moved to rescind its
ban in the wake of petition by 63 wireless societies.
• The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is the national broadcaster of the united kingdom.
• The BBC is headquartered at a broadcasting house in London, it is the world's oldest national
• The BBC is a largest broadcaster in the world by the number of employees that have, employing
over 22,00 staff in total of whom approximately 19,000 are in public-sector broadcasting.
4. Research into the BBC
• The BBC has the second largest budget of any Uk-based broadcaster.
• Its operating expenditure is 4.722 billion in 2013/2014.
• The principal means of funding the BBC is through the television license, costing 154.50
per year household since April 2019
• The BBC pursues its license fee collection under the trading name ''TV Licensing''.
• Such a license is required to legally receive television across the UK
• The BBC is a public service broadcaster established by royal charter.
• Its funded by a license fee - currently £159( £216.00) - that’s paid annually by every U.K
house hold that tunes in to the BBC services.
5. Research into the BBC
• The BBC world service, which includes language services and world service English has continued
to be a key growth driver.
• Weekly audience for the world service now stands at 364 million, and is up 13 million from 2019/20
• The BBC users age distribution in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2018. BBC users in
the United Kingdom have been aged between 2010 and 2018. 45 percent of users in 2016 were
between the ages of 16 and 34.
• BBC World Service television, radio and online on more than 40 languages.
• The average BBC user can be anywhere between 16 to 50 the programmes offer a wide selection of
variety for each age demographic
6. Research into the BBC
Existing & popular products
Its leading brands - Dave, Gold, W, Drama, Alibi, Eden and Yesterday – span
comedy, entertainment, natural history, factual and drama, and combine
UKTV originals with much loved BBC programmes and other acquisitions.
Its existing products include educational shows and national geographic,
drama, suspense and etc.
The programs offer documentary Aswell within the educational and
7. RESEARCH INTO BBC THREE
In mid- 2000, the BBC decided to reposition and rebrand their two digital channels so that they
could be more closely linked to the well-established BBC One and BBC Two.
Their plan was for BBC Knowledge to be replaced with BBC Four – which took place in 2002 – and
for BBC Choice to be replaced with BBC Three however questions were raised over the proposed
format of the BBC Three
The channel was eventually given the go ahead, eleven months after the original launch date, and was
born on 9 February 2003
They were created by Aardman Animations and Lambie-Nairn. BBC Three launched as a digital
television channel on 9 February 2003. It began with a two hour simulcast with BBC Two, where
terrestrial viewers were introduced to Little Britain, music show Recovered and Johnny Vaughan
8. RESEARCH INTO BBC THREE
• The BBC has the second largest budget of any UK-based broadcaster with an
operating expenditure of £4.722 billion in 2013/14 compared with 6.471
• A stander tv license is currently £159, tv license is required if u watch or record
live TV programmes on any channel
• The licence fee allows us to provide a wide range of TV, radio and online
content, as well as developing new ways to deliver it to you. In addition to
funding BBC programmes and services, a proportion of the licence fee
contributed to the costs of rolling out broadband to the UK population and
funds Welsh Language TV channel S4C and local TV channels.
9. RESEARCH INTO BBC THREE
We produce content aimed at 16-34 year-old audiences, with a creative focus on ideas that can engage 16-24s year-olds
by reflecting their experiences and priorities in an authentic way.
BBC Three should be available from 19.00hrs-04.00hrs every day. It should be transmitted free to air for general
reception in the UK as a live broadcast on digital television and it may be simulcast on fixed and mobile internet
The remit of BBC Three is to bring younger audiences to high quality public service broadcasting through a mixed-
genre schedule of innovative UK content featuring new UK talent. The channel should use the full range of digital
platforms to deliver its content and to build an interactive relationship with its audience
10. RESEARCH INTO BBC THREE
BBC Three also aired several youth-focused documentaries, including the BAFTA-winning Our War, Blood,
Sweat and T-Shirts (as well as its subsequent sequels), Life & Death Row and a season of films focused on mental
illness. BBC Three also aired specialist factual documentaries, such as How Drugs Work and How Sex Works.
Stacey Doole, since her appearance on blood, sweat and T shirts in 2008, presented documentaries
including Stacey Dooley in the USA (2012–14), Coming Here Soon (2012), The Natives: This is our
America (2017), Beaten by My Boyfriend (2015), Stacey Dooley in Cologne: The Blame Game (2016), Sex in Strange
Places (2016), Stacey Dooley: Hate and Pride in Orlando (2016), Stacey Dooley on the Frontline: Girls, Guns and
Isis (2016), Brainwashing Stacey (2016), Stacey Dooley: Face to Face with Isis (2018), and several other titles under the
umbrella title Stacey Dooley Investigates (2009–present).
BBC Three also commissions a number of one-off documentaries, including Growing Up Down's (2014), My
brother the Islamist (2011), Small Teen Big World (2010); Storm chaser: The Butterfly and the Tornado (2012) and The
Autistic Me (2009). Many were commissioned through BBC Three's FRESH scheme which provided an
opportunity for 'the next generation of directors' to make their first 60-minute documentaries for the channel.
Existing & popular products
11. Research into the northern voices scheme
Northern Voice was an annual blogging, social software and online communities conference held in Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada from 2005 to 2013. The conference was organized by members of the Vancouver blogging community, who
attempted to keep the event accessible to as many people as possible. Keynote speakers at Northern Voice included Anil Dash (then
of Six Apart), Matt Mullenweg of WordPress, Nora Young of CBC Radio, Chris Messina, April Smith and Chris Wilson.
• The idea for a Canadian blogging conference was first mentioned on Darren Barefoot's blog in March 2004.
• Conference organizers included Darren Barefoot, Kris Kung, Brian Lamb, Cyprien Lomas, Boris Mann, James Sherrets, Travis
Smith, Julie Szabo, Roland Tanglao, Lauren Wood, Dale McGladrey, Shane Birley, Allyson McGrane, and Jonathon Navey.
• Northern Voice started as a one-day event, held on Saturdays. In 2007, a second day was added, for an necromance known as Moose
• Discussion topics included "how blogging interacts with family life, education, travel, photography, community building and
establishing professional profiles."
• Northern Voice was an annual blogging, social software and online communities conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada from 2005 to 2013. The conference was organized by members of the Vancouver blogging community, who attempted to
keep the event accessible to as many people as possible. Keynote speakers at Northern Voice included Anil Dash (then of Six apart),
Matt Mullet Wen of WordPress, Nora Young of CBC Radio, Chris Macenna , April Smith and Chris Wilson.
12. Research into the northern voices scheme
• Funding size
• £500,000 - £1.5 million
• Total available
• £12 million
13. Research into the northern voices scheme
• The Factual Development Scheme asked independent production companies to submit ideas which reflected the life
experiences of 16-24 year olds in the region.
• The local area to submit ideas that reflect the life experiences of 16-24 year-olds in the region with the promise of a
commission at the end of the process.
14. What I have learnt about my research
• I have learnt that that the BBC has grown from an
educational standpoint into a full entertainment and
educational program provider. In having to research
into their programs and such programs as the real
peaky blinders, catching a predator and national
geographic. These all had very different styles of
shots and information providing in each but I've
learnt that all the documentary all have some
information to be taken away.