British Broadcasting Corporation


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British Broadcasting Corporation

(company)
(BBC) The non-commercial UK organisation that commissions, produces and broadcasts television and radio programmes.

The BBC commissioned the "BBC Micro" from Acorn Computers for use in a television series about using computers. They also have one of the world's most respected news websites (on which I work!).

BBC Home.

BBC News.
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BBC Worldwide Limited is the main commercial arm and a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
The Voice of America (VOA), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Deutsche Welle (DW), Audiovisuel Exterieur de la France (AEF) and Radio Netherlands Worldwide (RNW) condemned the Iranian interference with satellite broadcasting signals as an effort to silence independent media and prevent free access to information.
Summary: A lawyer for Rupert Murdoch's News Group Newspapers earlier this year accused the British Broadcasting Corporation of pursuing an investigation of alleged computer and phone hacking...
1922: The British Broadcasting Company was officially formed: it would be succeeded in 1927 by the British Broadcasting Corporation. 1961: Henri Matisse's Le Bateau attracted big crowds when it went on show in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Hayek and Ronald Coase, Smedley was on a mission to break up the British Broadcasting Corporation's monopoly of the airwaves.
A number of experts from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) give lectures in the course.
"We, the fans, implore the British Broadcasting Corporation to re-commission High Hopes for further series and specials until it runs its natural course so that we can enjoy watching it in years to come."
The UK's British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC has suddenly withdrawn a documentary film series about the assassination of Rafik al-Hariri as tensions mount in Beirut over expectations that Hizbullah operatives were about to be accused of involvement in the killing, the Guardian newspaper reported.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Wednesday quoted former British Prime Minister Tony Blair saying that he insists leaving Saddam Hussein in power would have been a "bigger risk" to security than removing him.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) since several years is airing its Arabic service on FM frequency in Khartoum, Port Sudan, Medani and capital of Northern Kordofan Al-Obayid.
He has also worked on the staff of the music division of the British Broadcasting Corporation in London and broadcast for the BBC, CBC and CJRT-FM in Toronto.
Rohani was working for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Pajhwok Afghan News as a Lashkargah-based correspondent.

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