1. What does BBC stand for?

British Broadcasting Corporation

The BBC is a British broadcaster with online, television, and radio services covering various topics, such as current events, television programming, sports, and weather. A royal charter established the BBC in 1922 as the British Broadcasting Company (later becoming the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1927), making it the oldest broadcaster in the world.

The headquarters for the BBC are in the Broadcasting House in London, England, UK. British citizens fund the BBC through a television license fee set by the British Government and Parliament (legislative body for the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland).

The BBC serves content to the entire world through numerous divisions, including:

  • BBC News
  • BBC Online
  • BBC Television
  • BBC Sport
  • BBC Weather
  • BBC Music
  • BBC Studios


my fav show is doctor who on the bbc
omg. i luv that show!
BBC logo you will see on anything produced by the corporation
BBC logo you will see on anything produced by the corporation

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Updated February 16, 2024
2. What does BBC mean in Roblox?

Bloxburg Cash

Roblox players use BBC as shorthand for Bloxburg Cash. This currency, also referred to as Money, allows players to purchase items in Welcome to Bloxburg, a popular Roblox sub-game.

What is Bloxburg?

In Welcome to Bloxburg (bka just Bloxburg), players build dream houses using Money earned at in-game jobs. Bloxburg was created in 2014; in 2019, it became the first paid Roblox sub-game to receive one billion player visits.

What can Roblox players buy with Bloxburg Cash?

Bloxburg players can use BBC to purchase building materials, home items, food, services, and more. They can also trade BBC to other players, for items or Robux (RBX).


I need BBC, will trade AM pets
In Roblox, BBC means Bloxburg Cash
In Roblox, BBC means Bloxburg Cash

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Updated July 7, 2022

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