The British Broadcasting Company as BBC was originally called, was created in 1922 by a group of leading wireless manufacturers and started its 1st daily radio service broadcasting from Nobel Prize in Physics 1909 winner Guglielmo Marconi’s London studio. Today, it is not only the world’s oldest national broadcaster, but BBC is the largest broadcast news organization generating approximately 120 hours of radio & TV output each day, in addition to providing online coverage. The world’s leading public service broadcaster BBC attracts over 3 million daily viewers, maintains 50 foreign news bureaus, and has more than 250 global news correspondents. It produces a wide range of programming throughout the United Kingdom, provides global news and analysis in more than 40 languages, and offers commercial services to fund new programming and content.