About BBC Worldwide

About BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) is a priority territory for BBC Worldwide, focusing on growth across all its core business areas.  It wholly owns six channels: BBC First, UKTV, BBC Knowledge and CBeebies on Foxtel and Fetch TV in Australia; UKTV and BBC Knowledge on Sky TV in New Zealand.  BBC Worldwide ANZ distributes great British content from the BBC and other producers to free-to-air, subscription channels and SVOD platforms in Australia and New Zealand.  It works with partners to bring BBC Worldwide DVDs, consumer products, entertainment formats and live events to the local market.  In 2016/17, it generated headline sales of £79.5m and headline profit of £21.12m – an increase in profit of 9.9%.

BBC Worldwide ANZ is committed to the reconciliation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians. If you would like to find out more about our Reconciliation Plan please click here

 

About BBC Worldwide

BBC Worldwide is a principal commercial arm and a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Its vision is to build the BBC’s brands, audiences, commercial returns and reputation across the world. This is achieved through investing in, commercialising and showcasing content from the BBC around the world, in a way that is consistent with BBC standards and values. The business also champions British creativity globally.

In 2016/17 BBC Worldwide generated headline profits of £157.3m and headline sales of £1,059.9m and returned £210.5m to the BBC.

For more detailed performance information please see our Annual Review webpage.

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Contact Us

General Enquiries

Sydney Reception

BBC Worldwide
Australia & New Zealand
T: +61 2 9744 4500
M:
sydney.reception@bbc.com

Press Enquiries

Sydney Press Office

BBC Worldwide
Australia & New Zealand
T: +61 2 9744 4500
M:
WW.GeneralEnquiry.Australia@bbc.com

Annual Reviews

You can find out more information in an online version of our 2015/16 Annual Review as well as previous Annual Reviews.

For further information

http://bbcworldwide.com/