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When we home from school, work or aver fining we switch on the television to watch a particular programme. We have certain expectations that the programme will start and finish at a specific time. We see television as it is a normal part of everyday life. Like reading a newspaper, shopping or going to school. One of the biggest channels is BBC. BBC is funded through the licence fee. Everyone in England how has TV must pay for this licence. This licence pays for the programmes on the BBC and on the radio stations owned by the BBC (radio 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). There are no adverts on the BBC or these radio stations. It is a non-commercial (not there to make a profit) ...read more.


So most channel do complement with each other. All channels during the peak times show varies on programmes at a particular audience, for example BBC1 on the morning times 6.00 to 9.00am there is new because this is the time when people get up and go to work, times 9.00am to 3.00pm there is quiz shows and discussion programmes and the audiences are house wife's mostly, and times 3.00 pm to 5.30pm there and children's programmes and same quiz shows, times 6.00 to 9.00pm there news, soap operas and the best programmes came at this times because these is the time when all people came from work and rest to watch television. I fink that SKY and Cable cause competition with the terrestrial channels because SKY has more channel and so dose Cable. ...read more.


So it is good to have the censorship for television. At the moment I fink the timing of the programmes are working pretty well we cane see what we want to at different times and different audiences. So I have no comment to make about the times that the programmes have been putting. I fink that all channels do compete and complement because we cane see that not all best ratings programmes are putting at the same times. The rating programmes are most lye putting at 6.00 to 9.00 because all people came from work and school. BBC has the pest programmes because it has the money to make these programmes. I all so fink that BBC has the biggest ratings it the TV life because of as baying the TV license. Ahmet Kirac Media Work On Television Institutions ...read more.

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