BBC North West and BBC Radio Manchester
New Broadcasting House
Manchester M60 1SJ
BBC North is home to some of the BBC's best-loved content. BBC Children's, BBC Radio 5 live, parts of Future Media, BBC Audio & Music, BBC Vision, BBC Learning, BBC Sport and BBC Breakfast are all based at BBC North offices in Salford Quays.
Launched in 2012, BBC North is the newest division in the BBC, created with the aim of building a new centre of excellence outside London for production, technology development, training and digital media. The BBC is paid for by the whole of the UK and aims to better reflect the breadth and depth of our culture and be representative of all those who fund it. BBC North helps meet the commitment to our audiences to get as close to them as possible.
From our base at Salford Quays and our regional centres in Leeds, Hull, Sheffield and Newcastle, BBC North supports locally produced, high quality content for every platform using the latest innovations in technology. We also create new content that will be enjoyed by audiences across the UK in the same way that BBC Wales makes great drama like Doctor Who or BBC Bristol produces landmark natural history series from the South West.
With around 2,000 staff, BBC North supports the creation of new partnerships with organisations including independent producers, cutting edge digital companies and universities across the North of England and promotes and encourages many diversity initiatives to ensure our teams accurately reflect our audiences - including apprenticeships.
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