SWOT Analysis

December 2008
Public Broadcasting Service SWOT Analysis;Dec2008, p1
SWOT Analysis
The article presents a SWOT analysis for Public Broadcasting Serivce (PBS). It is a privately-held, non-profit organization engaged in providing educational content to public TV stations across the US. The company's strenght is its strong market presence and wide range of programs. Its market opportunities include innovative product launches, growth of high definition television market, and increasing broadcasting market. Geographic concentration and dependence on federal funding are considered its weakness.


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