This report shows how the BBC takes risks on new artists and provides exposure to songs that aren’t often played on commercial radio for months, and how it promotes new artists by playing their songs on some of the UK’s most popular shows.
Our submission to Ofcom's third review of public service broadcasting in the UK.
Report analysing the most recent trends in the provision and consumption of online news in the UK, with reference to international market developments.
Investigating the role of public service broadcasting, both in terms of public service broadcasters’ own output and also their influence on the market.
What is the economic return to the UK from the BBC’s international operations?
July 2012: Annual Report and Accounts on the BBC's Licence Fee collection activities for 2011/12. These were prepared and presented by the BBC, and audited by the National Audit Office.
July 2011: Annual Report and Accounts on the BBC's Licence Fee collection activities for 2010/11. These were prepared and presented by the BBC, and audited by the National Audit Office.
October 2011: The BBC commissioned a report from Oliver and Ohlbaum Associates to consider the case for reforming the current system of retransmission fees in the UK. This report reviews the differing retransmission arrangements in different TV markets around the world and providing an analysis of the likely implications of continuing with the current UK arrangements.
Committed to delivering innovative online services and content, the BBC wants to ensure the internet remains open and accessible to everyone. The BBC supports the analysis and recommendations in this report.
September 2010: As part of the BBC's diversity strategy, we have carried out research and consultation on the portrayal of lesbian, gay and bisexual people across broadcast media including the BBC. During 2010 we have carried out qualitative and quantitative research, and conducted a public consultation in the most comprehensive study ever done into this area by a broadcaster.
June 2009: The BBC Executive, in response to a request from the BBC Trust, commissioned a report from Alan Yentob, BBC Creative Director, and Roly Keating, BBC Director of Archive Content.
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