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Structure, Products and Management of Media Companies.

BTEC MEDIA LEVEL 2 FIRST- UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT 1
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Hannah Tough

on 10 January 2014

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Transcript of Structure, Products and Management of Media Companies.

By Hannah Tough
Structure, Products and Management
of Media Companies.

(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Structure.
BBC
Channel 4
Cross media company
Both available in the UK
Both have an organised management team
At least one of their products are aimed at 20-34 year olds
Similarities between
BBC & Channel 4
BBC direction
group
Vision
Finance & Business
Audio & Music
Future Media
Operations
News Group
The BBC runs a service called
BBC Worldwide which broadcasts
the BBC's programmes over
100 countries worldwide.
Multinational
Company
facts
Distribution for BBC America grown to 67m homes
'The Office' has been made into local versions in Israel, Russia, France, Canada, The US & Chile
Worlds largest TV distributor outside Hollywood Studios
50 DVD's sold every minute worldwide
BBC.com has 58million users outside the UK each month
DVD/Blu-ray
Audio
Books
BBCiPlayer
BBC Glow
News Website
Products
1
1xtra
2
3
4
4xtra
5 live (sports)
5 live xtra
6
Asia
Worldwide
C2 (Cymru
Ulster
Wales
Scotland
Foyle
Local radio
BBC Radios
The BBC is publicly owned
because it is funded by the
public Tv license which
everyone with a TV must pay
£145.50 (colour) or £49 (B&W)
yearly which nearly entirely
goes towards funding
the BBC.
Publicly
Owned
Public Service
Broadcaster
The BBC doesn't run advertisements which makes is a Public Service Broadcaster (PSB). PSB means broadcasting for the public benefit rather than purely commercial concerns.
The original director of BBC (Lord Reith) said that the focus of
the BBC is to
'Inform, Educate and Entertain'
The BBC produces products in all different types of media: music, books, film, tv, radio, news, online players, apps.
Cross Media Producer
Structure
Programme
makers
Audience
Generators
Revenue Converters
Delivery
Mechanism
Support Departments
The Bigger Picture
4 Ventures
Management
Largely self funded, ultimately publicly owned, runs on money from advertisements. It was originally a subsidiary of the independent broadcasting authority. The station is now owned and operated by channel 4 television cooperation.
Ownership
4Seven
FILM4
MORE4
E4
4Music
4oD
Products
Differences
between
BBC &
Channel 4
Channel 4 provides no radio services
Channel 4 isn't worldwide, UK only
Channel 4 shows adverts and makes income on them
Future Radio
The company has been in Norwich since 1999, but only started running a radio service in 2004.
Since 1999 members have increased from 40 to over 1500 members. More volunteers got involved when the radio started.
Services that Future Radio offer the community
School inclusion projects for 13-16 year olds including DVD, film, music and radio.
Community Radio.
Community based arts, media and education charity.
Opportunities for advertisement
How important is the company to the local community?
I've never really heard much about this company before but now i read about it I think that the company is a good way for teenagers to get out of the house and mix with people who share the same interests as you do. I don't think the radio station is the most popular local radio station but Futures other services seem to be engage its audience into what they're doing. I also think that the company gives teens opportunities to improve their careers.
Thank you for
watching

The BBC has around 23,000 staff working for them!
Founded in 1922
BBC 2 in 1964
Radio 1, 2, 3, 4 in 1967
Ceefax in 1974
Radio 4 in 1990
BBCfour, BBCknowledge, CBBC, CBeebies, various radio stations in 2002
BBC 3 in 2003
Radio Scotland/Wales in 2008
BBC History
Aimed at a younger audience of youth/teens, adults ages 20-34.
Mainstream audience
More modern programs for people who know whats happening recently
Audiences
Channel 4
BBC
BBC 3 16-34
BBC 1 broad mainstream
BBC 2 35-54
CBBC 6-12
CBeebies young children
Most income: Channel 4 (advertising)
Least income: Subsidiaries (Film4/4Music). Dont make any money, the money used to run the service comes from the advertising on the main channel.
Income
BBC
Most income: BBC 1 (1,337.6 million)
Least income: BBC Alba (8 million
Channel 4
History
Before channel 4, the UK just had 3 TV services (BBC 1, 2 and ITV).
Began broadcasting in 1982
Moved to C4 TV Cooperation in 1993, focussing on mainstream US shows like 'Friends' or 'ER'
4Seven (weekly catch up service) 2012
Film4 launched in 1998 making their own films such as 'Submarine' & 'The Inbetweeners Movie'
E4 launched 2001
More4 launched 2005
4Music 2007
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