BBC World News: interview and debate advertising
BBC World News interview and debate programmes deliver answers to the questions others can’t ask. Uncompromising, insightful and thought-provoking coverage of the big global issues ensure an influential audience that is passionate about world events. These viewers come to BBC World News interviews and debates ready to be stimulated and challenged, not just told what to think.
- BBC World News is the most influential news provider amongst Europe’s opinion leaders (number one for monthly, weekly and daily reach)1
- BBC World News reaches 358 million households globally2
Download the PDF below for an overview of BBC World News editorial highlights scheduled for transmission during 2013.
BBC World News interview and debate: spot advertising opportunities
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1 EOLS 2011 survey measuring media consumption of Europe’s opinion leading elite ranked BBC World News as the most influential news provider - number one for monthly, weekly and daily reach
2 BBC World News distribution report May 2012: number of households