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    What are the advantages and disadvantages of the BBC?

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    from being effected by other cutlers, in the new world which become small village the UK society still try to protect special BBC can produce programs goes with the government needs & look & in the same time keep the UK values safe form another societies effects. 2-keep it's famous, trusts and respectability Company like BBC trusted label & brand Have a height level image to keep away from destroyed, producing it is own program will help BBC not only to keep that image in the same level but also increase it famous.

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