BBC WORLD SERVICE

Connecting Your Audience to the World

With over 60 bureaux worldwide, and journalists in more places than any other international broadcaster, audiences count on the BBC World Service to provide accurate, impartial news with a global perspective. Each week, over 7 million U.S. public radio listeners tune in to hear BBC World Service programming distributed by APM.*

One affiliation fee gives you a world of choices, including daily newscasts, 24/7 programs, specials, modules and more. From breaking news to fascinating stories, BBC World Service connects your audience to the world.

* Source: ACT1 Systems based on Nielsen Audio Nationwide DMA Audience Estimates, Persons 12+, Spring 2021

BBC World Service U.S. Audience

  • 49% female, 51% male.
  • Median age of 59, with 36% between 25 and 54.
  • 73% hold bachelor’s degrees or higher.
  • 57% have an annual household income of $75,000 or more.

Source:
ACT1 Systems based on Nielsen Audio Nationwide DMA Audience Estimates, Persons 12+, Spring 2021


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