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by The United Kingdom of Orange-Bourgogne. . 6 reads.

Media in Orange-Bourgogne

In the United Kingdom of Orange-Bourgogne, there are several different types of media, for example: television, radio, newspapers, social media platforms, and others. There are a diverse ranger of providers, the most prominent being the public service broadcaster, the Orange-Bourgognian Broadcasting Corporation (OBBC). Aside the national providers, there are also numerous local and regional media companies.

Orange-Bourgognian Broadcasting Corporation (OBBC)

The Orange-Bourgognian Broadcasting Corporation, (OBBC) is a public service broadcaster. Its headquarters are located at Westminster City, and it is the world's oldest national broadcasting organisation. It is also the largest broadcaster in the world by number of employees, over 36.000 in total.

The OBBC is established under a Royal Charter and operates under its Agreement with the Department of State for Cultural Affairs. Funding for its services comes primarily from license fees, which are charged to all household and companies using any type of equipement to receive or record media services from the broadcaster.

OBBC is best known for its main service: OBBC News which gives daily news updates on all platforms. They operate through television, internet, radio, and a newspaper. It is by far the most followed newsoutlet throughout the United Kingdom.

Private broadcasting corporations

Most used media outlets

Name

Type

Format

Sector

Alignment

OBBC News

Numerous

Public broadcast service

Public

Neutral

Westminster Times

Newspaper

Broadsheet

Private

Regnum Unitum

The Sunny Times

Newspaper

Tabloid

Private

Vox Populi

Name

Type

Format

Sector

Alignment

Government overview and censorship

RawReport