SWOT Analysis

April 2010
Public Broadcasting Service SWOT Analysis;Apr2010, p1
SWOT Analysis
A profile of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), which is a privately-held, non-profit organization engaged in providing educational content to public television stations across the U.S., is presented. An overview of the company's operations and financial performance is given, along with key facts including contact information and revenues. An analysis of the company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for improvement and threats (SWOT) is also provided.


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