Why did his sky tv take advertisers and viewers from the bbc and itv?

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How much does it cost to advertise on ITV?

There is no single answer to that as there are many factors thatinfluence it. Things like the time of day, the day of the week, theprogrammes during which the ads are on, the

How is ITV and BBC funded?

ITV is funded by advertising and sponsorship, BBC by the government from the collection of licence fees.

Why do the BBC have no advertisements?

The BBC is funded by the sale of television licences (you haveto have a TV licence to watch TV in the UK). Other broadcastershave to find other sources of funding, and many do

What are the differences with ITV and BBC News?

the differences between BBC and ITV are that BBC has no adverts from other compaines expect that they advertise themselves but ITV does advertise different adverts.BBC is publ

HD ready tv with freeview built in and can't receive BBC HD or itv HD why not?

It may be a HD TV with Standard Freeview built in. Standard Freeview does not automatically contain any of the HD channels as it is not a HD service. However, you would get HD

What is the difference between BBC and ITV?

There are many differences, far too many to list, but most importantly the BBC is an older network, dating back to the 1920s and has both radio and television. It is the state

What TV channel is ITV on?

It always used to be 3 back in the old days, this was because it was the 3rd channel released in the UK and also the first commercial channel. These days though it depends on

What does it take to do an advertisement on television?

It takes a big amount of money to get your advertisement on television. There are ads that play during several sports events that can cost millions for just a few seconds. Y