The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is the public-service broadcaster of the United Kingdom. Headquartered at Broadcasting House in London, it is the world’s oldest national broadcasting organization. In addition to serving British audiences, the BBC also delivers impartial news and information to audiences around the globe through the BBC World Service Group. Launched in 1932, the BBC World Service Group provides comprehensive global television, radio, and online services in 30 languages, reaching a combined audience of 283 million people a week.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Skoll Foundation are collaborating to give a global platform, in English and appropriate vernacular languages, to stories illustrating how individuals in developing countries are taking direct action and seeking to transform existing systems. Entitled Changing the Rules, this eight-part text, video, and audio series taps into the developing world’s potential to deliver innovative solutions to major challenges, inspiring global audiences to see their own creative potential to solve the problems around them. The series features pairs of innovations in different geographies addressing similar issues. The series launched digitally in May 2016 and will continue to be expanded to a global broadcast audience.
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