About World Service radio
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How BBC World Service is Funded
BBC World Service has been funded by the Licence Fee since 1 April, 2014.
This was agreed as part of the UK government's Spending Review in October 2010. Previously, the BBC World Service was funded by a Grant-in-Aid from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
How BBC World Service is Run
BBC World Service is part of BBC World Service Group headed by Mary Hockaday.
The BBC World Service Group includes the BBC World Service, BBC Global News Ltd (which comprises the BBC World News Television Channel and bbc.com/news), BBC Monitoring and BBC Media Action(the BBC's international development charity).
The BBC World Service is available through a range of radio, TV and online outlets. These relationships enable the BBC to offer a selection of its content to a wider audience. Click here to find partners that carry BBC World Service content in English.
The BBC World Service seeks to work with trusted and high quality providers across the world. For further information on becoming a BBC affiliate please contact us.
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You can tell us what you think of BBC World Service programmes by getting in touch with the radio show Over To You.
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