The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcaster. Headquartered in the house broadcasting in London. The BBC is the oldest national station in the world and the largest station in the world in terms of number of employees. It employs more than 20,950 employees, including 16,672 in public broadcasting. The total number of employees is 35402, if part-time, flexible and fixed
contract agents are included.
Founded: 18 October 1922
Founder: John Reith
Headquarters: Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, United Kingdom
Key people: Sir David Clementi, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, Anne Bulford
Owner: British public
TV shows: Doctor Who, Strictly Come Dancing, The Apprentice, Casualty, Criminal Justice, The Night Manager, The Office and Many others…