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British Broadcasting Corporation

Definitions

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  • proper noun A large, publicly financed broadcaster of television and radio programmes in the UK; and the world via the BBC World Service.

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Examples

  • I cannot justly call this bias, but this headline from the British Broadcasting Corporation is a tad strange:

    Archive 2009-09-10

  • The British Broadcasting Corporation, which is usually known as the BBC, is the largest broadcasting corporation in the world in terms of audience numbers, employing 26,000 staff in the United Kingdom alone and with a budget of more than GBP£4 billion.

    ETV and Bangladesh

  • On Friday the British Broadcasting Corporation was the victim of an elaborate hoax as it reported on the 20th anniversary of the Bhopal disaster.

    CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2004

  • The popular political leader made the remark in response to questions after a lecture broadcast Tuesday by the British Broadcasting Corporation.

    Suu Kyi Sees Nothing New Yet in Burmese Leadership

  • The popular political leader made the remark in response to questions after a lecture broadcast Tuesday by the British Broadcasting Corporation.

    Suu Kyi Sees Nothing New Yet in Burmese Leadership

  • TF1, the main state television network, was privatized—a move that was bolder than anything Thatcher was able to attempt with the British Broadcasting Corporation.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation, Musharraf said Britain never clearly demanded that Pakistani intelligence officials should not torture British citizens.

    Musharraf: Britain Gave 'Tacit Approval' of Torture

  • In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation, he said: The first step is Mubarak has to go … The second step is we have to have a government of national salvation in coordination with the army.

    Opposition Unites in Egypt

  • Among those killed was Ahmad Omid Khpalwak, an Afghan journalist who worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation and Pajhwok News, a private Afghan news service.

    Militants Kill 19 in Attacks on Afghan Provincial Capital

  • The state-funded British Broadcasting Corporation has announced plans to shut down five language services as part of efforts to cut costs.

    BBC to Shut Down 5 Language Services

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