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    The Formation and Development of BBC Radio Text Box: The BBC was established as a private corporation in October 1922, funded through a broadcast receiving licence fee plus ten per cent of the revenue generated from the sale of radio receivers. The service was an immediate success, with over a million licences sold by the Post Office before regular daily transmissions began. Within three years around 85 per cent of the population was able to receive the broadcasts, which consisted of

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    BBC News

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    BBC News The BBC news is a British public broadcasting aimed to show the world the real truth and different types of news. It covers news on many areas of the technology world; topics range from internet security issues to gaming reviews, there is a lean toward coverage relevant to a UK audience, believing that all should have the right to know and share knowledge as this quote I took from the site: “The BBC sees its audience as citizens who have the right to independent and impartial information

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    Review of the BBC History Website

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    The BBC History website is very eclectic, covering an immense range of history and as a resource, it could be suggested that it is a victim of trying to appeal all levels of historical interest from the academic to the mildly interested. It has been variously described as relevant and fascinating , a useful research tool , catering to the non-specialist whilst including valuable material for the historical researcher . As a site there is an obvious preference given to any historical programming

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    Comparing News Bulletins by BBC and ITV The news is a collection of information, which is presented to people in different forms. It is broadcasted via several types of media including television, radio and newspapers, although news does get broadcasted through other means. People find the news important because they want to know what is happening and information only makes the news because it is deemed important enough to tell people. News is usually in four groups; international, national

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    Review of BBC One, 6 O'clock News The BBC is a public broadcasting service, which has always been thought of as displaying and promoting views of the entire nation to the public, of which should always conform to the objectives of the institution (mainly educational). The news therefore is seen as a programme that informs and educates the public on current affairs, nationally and globally without introducing any bias or portraying anything in an unfair light. This is so that the audience

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    Bbc

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    Clinical diagnosis can raise high suspicion of a BCC, but a biopsy should be performed to obtain histological evidence to confirm the diagnosis. Proper clinical diagnosis can lead to early diagnosis, more appropriate treatment methods, and more successful outcomes with less associated morbidity. More advanced BCCs require more aggressive and more expensive treatment methods. Laboratory and imaging studies are rarely necessary in the diagnostic work-up because BCC is not likely to metastasize. Imaging

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    The BBC Organization

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    The BBC Organization The BBC stands for the British Broadcasting Co-operation. The British Broadcast is a very well established organisation. It was formed in 1922 by a group of leading wireless manufactures, the daily broadcasting by the BBC began from Marconi's London Studio on November 14th, this followed the next day by broadcasts from Birmingham and Manchester. During the following few months the BBC organisation was successfully able to broadcast around the U.K this effectively showed

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    Public Service Broadcasting

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    Public Service Broadcasting From the establishment of the BBC in the late 1920s, British audiences were given the opportunity of taking part in a shared national experience and interest. Since that time, an apparent agreement has existed as to the general aims of broadcasting by the BBC which fell under the heading “public service broadcasting.” Although the BBC no longer enjoys a broadcasting monopoly, the promise to provide a mix of programming by which audiences may be educated as well as

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    A Look into Digital Broadcasting

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    Broadcasting Digital Broadcasting will have a fundamental effect on viewing patterns, popular culture and audience identity. This will be done firstly by looking at the history of the BBC and the original intention of Public Service Broadcasting. It will discuss how by John Reith’s successful approach to broadcasting, the BBC became a National Institution creating popular culture and a National Identity. It will examine how these first steps and ideas have major role in the introduction of Digital Broadcasting

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    An Analysis of Gloucester

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    productions. It will show how Gloucester ages and has similar problems as that of the King. In the first part of the play Gloucester receives a letter from Edmond, his bastard son, as the first plot towards the down fall of his father, Gloucester. In the BBC version Gloucester seems to be somewhere in his seventies, where in the PBS version Gloucester seems to be in his sixties a much younger man. This letter makes Gloucester believe that his ligament son has betrayed him, which makes Gloucester very angry

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