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BBC services are being used every week by up to96% of UK population.

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The BBC releases its 2013-14 Annual report highlighting improvements in it’s services and advancements in its out of London production.

August 4, 2014

London, United Kingdom – August 4th, 2014 /PressCable/

www.bbcworldwide.com (BBC Annual Report 2013-14)

In the annual report of 2013-14 the BBC claims to have “achieved some notable successes in a challenging environment, both in its programming and in saving money.”

Source http://www.dtg.org.uk/news/news.php?id=5181

Highlights include:

> 96 per cent of the UK population use a BBC service every week;

> Audiences spent 18.5 hours using BBC every week;

> The Trust’s review of the BBC network news and current affairs found it retains unrivaled audience trust, and;

> The BBC is ahead of schedule in achieving its out of London targets, with 52.5 per cent of produced outside of the capital

Although the BBC is considered a free TV & public service it actually costs the UK householder a yearly license fee of £145.50 or $248.12. The Fee basically covers all BBC related costs which include services such as TV Channels like BBC1, BBC2, BBC3, BBC4, BBC NEWS 24, internet services such as BBC iplayer, and the many Radio Channels. BBC is renowned throughout the globe as a make and broadcaster of high quality content. Producing great dramas and covering live events such as the recent World Cup in Brazil.

The BBC can be received on a few different platforms in the UK. They are made up of Freeview Terrestrial TV, Freesat, BSkyB, BT Vision & Virgin Media. The most common platform used in the UK is Freeview, where ther can be viewed all of the BBC Digital Television channels, including the free HD channels.

In fact it is using freeview which is a free to air television service picked up by a TV Aerials or Antennas from a terrestrial transmitter that over 90% of the television programs watch in the UK are transmitted through this service, which is why many Brits are turning off from pay TV in favour of Freeview.

To receive Freeview and receive all of the BBC Television & Radio channels there needs to be a TV Aerial Installation of a digital approved Aerial or be in a good reception area if an old analogue style TV Aerial is being used. From www.Digitec-Aerials.co.uk

Contact Info:
Name: Mick Gray
Organization: Digitec Aerials
Website: http://www.digitec-aerials.co.uk/
Phone: 0800 133 7375
Address: Aiken Court, Preston, Lancashire. PR4 2AF

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