106693511626582485 October 23, 2003Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Interesting Revenue Model:
Every household with a telly must pay the British government a “license fee” of nearly $200 a year to fund the BBC, which adds up to a $4.5 billion annual subsidy. Americans would probably dump their sets in the Boston harbor if Washington forced them to spend that kind of money for PBS. But by and large, Brits love their Beeb; 93% tune in at least once a week.