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BBC Wales, Channel 4 and S4C have announced a new training partnership to support the development and growth of factual television production in Wales.
Discovery, Inc. and BBC Studios today jointly announce a series of agreements, reigniting their historic relationship with a significant multi-million pound global content partnership spanning a library of premium factual series to power a new global streaming service, and a bespoke development deal for BBC Studios’ iconic genres of natural history, animals, adventure, science, travel, space, history and civilization documentaries. Additionally, the two companies have concluded the future of UKTV’s channels business in the UK with a structured split that complements the strategic focus and commercial business of both organizations.
Speech by Sir David Clementi, Chairman of the BBC at the Oxford Media Convention on Monday 18 March 2019.
For the first time, the European Parliament has addressed the ongoing persecution and harassment of BBC Persian staff and their families.
The BBC has issued the following statement in response to today’s Equality and Human Rights Commission announcement.
The UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, Professor Javaid Rehman, has presented his first report to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Parents at the BBC are to receive additional maternity or paternity pay should their baby be born prematurely.
Speech by Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC at the Media & Telecoms Conference on Thursday 7 March 2019.
This year, to coincide with the annual News Day, BBC Young Reporter has announced the winners and finalists of its inaugural competition. Twelve finalists, aged between 11 and 18, have been selected from over 1,500 entries from across the UK to have their stories broadcast across the BBC.
The BBC and ITV are in the concluding phase of talks to establish a strategic partnership to bring an exciting new streaming service to UK audiences.
The BBC will pioneer live radio broadcasts over 5G mobile networks in the first public trial of its kind. The ground-breaking trial in Stronsay, Orkney, could help the BBC reach more people in rural areas in future.
BBC Sport today released the invitation to tender for BBC Sports Personality of the Year - the first of its programmes to be put out for competitive tender as part of the Charter requirement to open up more of the BBC’s TV programmes to competition.
The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Greg James has increased listeners by more than 300,000 in his first full quarter.
07.02.2019 Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio 4 Extra, Radio 5 Live, Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, Radio 6 Music, Asian Network, World Service, Radio, Corporate, English Regions, BBC Sounds
Five hundred artists will be commissioned to make fresh and innovative short films, audio and interactive works in a new talent development scheme being launched by BBC Arts and Arts Council England.
“Journalism partnerships work” says the BBC a year on from the launch of pioneering project in local news
A pioneering partnership between the BBC and the local news industry has resulted in more than 50,000 public service stories in its first year and is now attracting international attention from other countries keen to replicate its success.
The inaugural Young Arias awards open for entries today.
The BBC will “reinvent and refresh” its offer in England - including BBC local radio and regional TV news - to ensure it is providing the best possible services to all audiences across the country.
BBC opens public consultation around improvements to programme availability so that iPlayer catches up with wider VOD market
The BBC is today launching a public consultation on its plans to reinvent BBC iPlayer - making it a destination in its own right, with box sets, live programming and archive titles that champion quality UK content and offer great programmes for longer.
Coverage of Sepsis on The Archers and Call The Midwife led to over 20,000 calls or visits to the BBC Action Line to find information or support on the issue this year.
The BBC Board has published a review into the operation of the BBC’s commercial subsidiaries.
The UK’s PSBs (BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5) have today published a joint guidance note on the application of Ofcom’s out of London (OOL) definitions in order to give greater clarity to the independent production sector.
The BBC acknowledges the NAO’s review of the E20 programme, which will renew and extend the external filming set for EastEnders, as well as replacing core elements of infrastructure at BBC Elstree.
Many people can feel lonely at different times in their lives. It can affect anyone, and for any number of reasons. For some, this experience is temporary but for others the effects of loneliness can be harder to deal with and overcome.
The release, by the BBC Genome Project, covers World War Two, the immediate post-war years and key landmark events in British history such as the Royal Wedding in 1947 and the 1948 London Olympics.
Directors of the British Broadcasting Corporation, ABC (Australia), Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde, NHK (Japan) and United States Agency for Global Media today said public service broadcasting faces ‘increasing threats’ and expressed concern about ‘troubling attacks‘ on journalists around the world.
The BBC is today launching a consultation on licence fees for older people.
Aim High is back! The new entrant training scheme for aspiring TV producers returns. Northern Ireland Screen and BBC Northern Ireland are looking for motivated, passionate storytellers to take part in this prestigious training scheme.
BBC response to the National Audit Office’s report: Investigation into the BBC's engagement with personal service companies
We acknowledge the NAO's review which outlines the history of the BBC's engagement with freelancers, particularly those engaged through personal service companies (PSCs).
BBC Young Reporter invites young people across the country to take part in competition as part of new initiative.
The BBC has cut out more than half a million items of single-use plastic cutlery since April 2018; is piloting one of the world’s first electric broadcast vehicles as part of a drive to be more environmentally-friendly; and is now purchasing renewable electricity for all major sites.
More action will be taken to help disabled staff succeed and progress at the BBC.
The BBC commissioned Frontier Economics to explore longer-term funding options relating to the over-75s TV licence concession, and asked Frontier to prepare a report that addresses the following questions:
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