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The BBC started its first regular transmissions on 14th November, 1922, although somewhat surprisingly it did so without a licence from the Post Office, which was eventually issued retrospectively in January 1923. By May 1922, the Post Office had received more than twenty applications to broadcast, but most were refused. A conference was held later that month, and from a follow-up meeting in October a decision was made to form a single company that would be responsible for broadcasting in Britain. That company was the British Broadcasting Company, and its first base was in Marconi House, where it used the existing studio and transmitter of the Marconi Company. Read more