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BBC Three

Youth television programmes from the BBC, online

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BBC Three (stylised as 'BBC II!') is a youth-orientated general entertainment television service from the BBC targeting 16-34 year olds.

BBC Three is a video on demand service, available on the BBC Three website. It isn't available as a linear television channel.

BBC Three's move online doesn't actually save any transmission costs, but the absence of a full schedule means the service can be cleverer as to how it spends its budget.

We list BBC Three as a television channel on media.info, pending a review on how we deal with digital publications.

mapEditorial area:UK
eventLaunched:9 February 2003
businessOwnerBBC
historyFormer namesBBC Choice
Viewing figures:Weekly top 10BARB

Contact BBC Three

Postal addressBBC Broadcasting House
London
W1A 1AA
Telephone+44 20 8743 8000
Official website
Wikipedia
YouTube
Personal emailfirstname.lastname@bbc.co.uk
Studio emailbbcthreefeedback@bbc.co.uk

Social media

Twitter: Jobs@BBCCareers (104,986 followers) compare
Twitter@bbcthree (750,459 followers) compare
Twitter: Press Office@bbcpress (128,107 followers) compare
FacebookBBC Three (1,385,701 likes) compare

People

Damien Kavanagh Controller

…at BBC

Chris Roberts Project Engineer
Fran Unsworth Director BBC World Service Group
Helen Boaden Director of BBC Radio
James Harding Director of News and Current Affairs
James Purnell Director of radio education arts music learning and children
James Purnell Director of Strategy
Tony Hall Director-General

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