BBC Studios net worth and earnings

Updated: November 1, 2020

BBC Studios is a popular YouTube channel, boasting 2.85 million subscribers. It started in 2007.

So, you may be asking: What is BBC Studios's net worth? And how much does BBC Studios earn? Only BBC Studios actually knows, but we can make some close forecasts with data from YouTube.

What is BBC Studios's net worth?

BBC Studios has an estimated net worth of about $2.15 million.

BBC Studios's real net worth is unclear, but Net Worth Spot places it to be at roughly $2.15 million.

Net Spot Worth's estimate only uses one revenue source however. BBC Studios's net worth may truly be higher than $2.15 million. Considering these additional revenue sources, BBC Studios may

How much does BBC Studios earn?

BBC Studios earns an estimated $1.07 million a year.

BBC Studios fans often ask the same question: How much does BBC Studios earn?

On average, BBC Studios's YouTube channel gets 22.37 million views a month, and around 745.71 thousand views a day.

YouTube channels that are monetized earn revenue by displaying. Monetized YouTube channels may earn $3 to $7 per every one thousand video views. If BBC Studios is within this range, Net Worth Spot estimates that BBC Studios earns $89.49 thousand a month, totalling $1.07 million a year.

Our estimate may be low though. If BBC Studios makes on the top end, advertising revenue could generate as much as $2.42 million a year.

YouTubers rarely have one source of income too. Influencers may promote their own products, secure sponsorships, or earn money through affiliate commissions.

BBC Studios is a British television and radio production and distribution company. It is a commercial arm of the BBC, bringing together the majority of BBC Television's former in-house production departments; Comedy, Drama (both combined as Scripted in the new division), Entertainment, Music & Events, and Factual.BBC News and BBC Radio remain separate internal production divisions in the BBC (although BBC Radio Comedy is part of BBC Studios), and the rest of the former BBC Television division (channels and genre commissioning, as well as BBC Sport, CBBC, CBeebies, BBC Three and BBC iPlayer) now form the BBC Content division. The division was formed in 2016 with an intent to make it a for-profit entity in the future, which would allow it to produce programming for other broadcasters to supplement the income received through the licence fee. In exchange, the BBC agreed to place production of much of its non-news programmes to tender, allowing third-party independents to compete with BBC Studios on bids to produce them. The formal establishment of BBC Studios as a commercial entity occurred in April 2017. In April 2018, BBC Studios subsumed the BBC's existing international distribution arm BBC Worldwide, to make it both a distributor and producer of programmes in line with other major multinational studio conglomerates.