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UK Media Industry

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Xuehan Wang

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UK MEDIA INDUSTRY Xuehan Wang Newspaper Magazines Introduction
BBC ITV plc. population: 60 million

important in daily life


English language--worldwide output value 5% GDP

1 million labor force

create value $33 billion/year News Corporation Trinity Mirror plc. Independent Television British Broadcasting Corporation 1955 Commercial

ITV network (11 of the 15 regional television broadcasters)

itv1, itv2, itv3, itv4, citv

itv public service broadcasting

programming: news (national, international, regional),
sports, children
"Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Rupert Murdoch 39.1% stake in BSkyB
March,2011 takeover The Times
The Sunday Times Times Newspapers Ltd. News International News of the World
The Sun largest newspaper group 240 national and regional newspapers and magazines Daily Mirror
Sunday Mirror
People Scottish Sunday Mail and Daily Record. Budget 2009
1. British Sky Broadcasting £ 5.9 billion
2. BBC £ 4.26 billion
3. ITV £ 1.9 billion 480+ channels
6 main channel owners
27,000 hours domestic content /year
profit £ 2.6 billion
prime time British TV program TV TOP 5 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction 1922

Public service broadcaster

The Royal Charter

BBC Trust

independent from direct government intervention Income Television License Fee
£ 145.50/year

commercial enterprises
BBC Worldwide
(Overseas program-sales, news products, magazines and book publishing)

government grant

others £3,493.8 million £775.9 million £294.6 million £41.1 million BBC TV BBC Radio Total Expenditure regional centres: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales
annual budget is £350 million Technology Analogue terrestrial television traditional
digital terrestrial television 2012
cable television
satellite television
IP television
mobile television new
internet television. BBC iPlayer BBC Red Button BBC Online Interactive Television BBC Worldwide Ltd. Commercial subsidiary

BBC World News
publishing-BBC Magazines
book, music, DVD
Lonely Planet BBC Music BBC Concert Orchestra
the BBC Philharmonic
the BBC Symphony Orchestra
the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
the BBC National Orchestra of Wales BBC Film Cultural Significance independent film

StreetDance 3D (2010)
An Education (2009)
The Duchess (2008) Publishing Regulation FIlm shares for all channels April 1st, 2011
UKFC(UK Film Council) BFI (British Film Institute)
cut budget by 15% Absolutely Fabulous
Agony (The lucie Arnas Show)
Da Ali G Show
Antiques Roadshow
Are You Being Served? (Beanes of Boston)
As If
Ballykissangel (Hope Island)
Being Human
Birds of a Feather (Stand by Your Man)
Blackpool (Viva Laughlin!)
Brat Camp
Cash in the Attic
Celebrity Fit Club
Changing Rooms(Trading Spaces)
Cold Feet
Dad's Army (The Rear Guard)
Dancing on Ice (Skating with Celebrities)
Dear John
Dog Eat Dog
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
Eleventh Hour
Faking It
The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
Fawlty Towers (Chateau Snavely, Amanda's, Payne)
Footballers' Wives
Ant & Dec's Gameshow Marathon
George and Mildred (The Ropers)
The Grimleys
Hell's Kitchen
Hit Me Baby One More Time
Holding the Baby
Home to Roost (You Again?)
Honey, We're Killing the Kids
How Clean Is Your House?
I'd Do Anything
It's Me or the Dog
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
The IT Crowd
Keep it in the Family (Too Close for Comfort)
The Krypton Factor
Life on Mars
Little Britain
Love Thy Neighbour
Man About The House (Three's Company)
Max Headroom
Men Behaving Badly
Mind Your Language (What a Country)
Mr. Men and Little Miss (Mr. Men Show)
Never Mind The Buzzcocks
The 1900 House (Frontier House)
Not the Nine O'Clock News (Not Necessarily the News)
The Office
On the Buses (Lotsa Luck)
One Foot in the Grave (Cosby)
Pop Idol (American Idol)
Porridge (On the Rocks)
Queer As Folk
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (Kitchen Nightmares)
Red Dwarf
Robin's Nest (Three's a Crowd)
Robot Wars
Scrapheap Challenge
Secret Millionaire
Spitting Image
Steptoe and Son
Strictly Come Dancing (Dancing with the Stars)
That Was The Week That Was
The Thick of It
This Life
Till Death Us Do Part (All in the Family)
Touching Evil
Top Gear
Top of the Pops
Trigger Happy TV
Two's Company (The Two of Us)
Upstairs, Downstairs (Beacon Hill)
The X Factor
The Vicar of Dibley (The Minister Of Divine)
The Weakest Link
Undercover Boss
What Not to Wear
Who Do You Think You Are?
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Wife Swap
Wild at Heart
The World's Strictest Parents
The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star
British Shows Remake in America directly export uk-us
export format or content us-uk

4 Types
Game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
Reality competition Pop Idol (American Idol)
Drama Skins
Comedy The Office

Success VS Failure Book Publishers The Office 2001 BBC Two
Mockumentary/sitcom Many versions: US, France, Germany, Chile, Israel, Brazil
(China, Sweden) Why couldn't the original stand as a symbolic global office? cultural difference
sense of humor
working environment Daily Mail and General Trust Media conglomerate Associated Newspapers:
Daily Mail
The Mail on Sunday
Ireland on Sunday
Mail Today
London Lite Associated Northcliffe Digital Northcliffe Media Northcliffe International DMG Broadcasting large shares in ITN and GCap Media.
2010 record-breaking year
box office £1,076 billion 2%

number of domestic features 83-72
foreign investment £928.9 million 15% Nationality of Film UKFC European Certificate of British Nationality
distribution in EU/EE Company
Shooting location
Nationality of key cast & crew advantage: cultural heritage

history The King's Speech
The Queen
The Duchess

classic literature
Pride and Prejudice
Jane Eyre Slumdog Millionaire Danny Boyle
co-directed: Indian Loveleen Tandan Box Office in 2008
Domestic: $141,319,928 37.4%
+ Foreign: $236,590,616 62.6%
= Worldwide: $377,910,544 Academy Awards 8
BAFTA Awards 7
Critics' Choice Awards 5
Golden Globes 4 "the film world's first globalized masterpiece." --Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal critic broadsheet "the quality press"
Financial Times, The Telegraph

tabloid "the popular press"
The Mirror, The Sun

switch to compact format:
The Independent, The Times largest circulation in 2010 (daily newspapers)
1. The Sun
2. Daily Mail
3. Daily Mirror

(sunday newspapers)
1. News of the World
2. The Mail on Sunday
3. Sunday Mirror 1400+ newspapers
12 national newspaper (15 million)
7000+ magazines
2400 publishing houses (large) 380 32% total circulation The Economist Magazine Circulation Ranking 2010 The Spectator OK! POP Online Newspapers and Magazines


major British newspapers & magazines Largest British Publishing Companies other publishing companies:
Macmillan Publishers HarperCollins other areas of the world
US Department for Culture, Media and Sport No specific law--foreign investment

UK brands--international brands Radio main element in British pop culture:
TV and radio programs "Doctor Who" "Top Gear"
export of BBC programs

BBC English--standard English

only TV broadcaster--1955 strict regulation on TV commercials parliament--legislate manage & control Free speech journalism
self-regulation system
moral or ethical codes analogue networks
BBC Radio 1,2,3,4 Extra,5 Live
digital radio technology--
BBC 6 Music,BBC 1Xtra,BBC Radio 7 ,
BBC Asian Network,BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra
40 local radio services Commercial Radio Community Radio BBC Radio Commercial radio licenses--Ofcom

3 national commercial channels:
Absolute Radio (TIML Radio Ltd.)
Classic FM (Global Radio--Gcap Media)
talkSPORT (UTV Radio)
other local commercial channels broadcast to a small area London's most popular commercial station The King's Speech

awards and nomination:
Golden Globe 7
Academy Awards 12 Harry Potter phenomenon
commercial success Books: Bloomsbury
400+ million copies Film: Warner Brothers
US-backed UK made
2001-2011 400+ additional products
8 video games
theme park brand $ 4 billion box office history for Harry Potter films
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