SWOT Analysis

June 2011
Public Broadcasting Service SWOT Analysis;Jun2011, p1
SWOT Analysis
A business analysis of Public Broadcasting Service, a private-held, nonprofit organization involved in offering educational content to public television stations in the U.S., is provided, focusing on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) faced by the company. Strengths include strong market share and wide selection of programs. Weaknesses include loss of federal funding. Opportunities for improvement include growth in online video. Threats to the company include piracy.


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