Around the World

BBC World News is available in over 360 million households
The BBC is one of Britain’s most internationally recognised brands.

Our news and content is seen by audiences across the globe and we have many roles that mean you’ll be located outside the UK.

BBC Worldwide

At BBC Worldwide, we are responsible for building the BBC’s reputation around the world and taking UK media brands and the content to every continent. It’s a responsibility we take very seriously, both in the UK and in all of our international offices.

Working with us you’ll help to market BBC content to audiences in territories around the world, commission new content and produce award-winning websites and digital services. And with offices in London, New York and Sydney, you could be working in some of the most exciting cities in the world.

Find out more about BBC Worldwide and apply for our latest vacancies.

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is our international multimedia, multi-lingual service operating radio, TV and online services in English and 27 other languages. You could join our teams based in New Broadcasting House, London and in bureaux located internationally. Our output is varied but with a strong emphasis on current affairs.

BBC World News

BBC Global News Ltd operates our commercially funded 24/7, English-language international news television channel BBC World News.

Our activities are commercially funded by money made from advertising and distribution revenues. BBC World News is available in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, and over 360 million households and 1.8 million hotel rooms. The channel's content is also available on 152 cruise ships, 40 airlines, 23 mobile phone networks and a number of major online platforms including bbc.com/news.

Aside from journalistic roles, we have sales and marketing, business development, digital and finance roles. Teams are based in Media Centre, London W12.

BBC Monitoring

BBC Monitoring observes, understands and explains media throughout the world. The combination of our expertise, ability to identify relevant sources, our regional knowledge and presence on the ground means we give a level of insight others cannot provide.