This (concise) 5C analysis examines the external and internal environment for British Broadcasting Corp. It includes analysing the company's customers, competitors, collaborators, context, and capabilities. We have produced this short analysis to identify potential opportunities and threats to British Broadcasting Corp, as well as areas where the company needs to improve its operations or strategy.
Company: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a public service broadcaster in the United Kingdom. It is the world's oldest national broadcaster, and is one of the largest media organisations in the world, employing around 23,000 staff in the UK alone.
Collaborators: The BBC works with many outside organisations and partners, including commercial broadcasters, production companies, the UK government and other public service broadcasters. It also has many international collaborations, such as with the US broadcaster PBS.
Customers: The BBC's customers are the UK public, who are required to pay a licence fee in order to watch its programming. The BBC also sells its content to other broadcasters and streaming services, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Competitors: The BBC competes with other UK broadcasting companies, such as ITV and Channel 4, as well as with international broadcasters and streaming services, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Content: The BBC produces a range of content, including news and current affairs, television programmes, radio programmes, children's content, documentaries, sports and light entertainment. The BBC also hosts the world's longest running news programme, Newsnight.