Our work

The work of BFBS spans an ever more broad spectrum – from broadcasting and streaming media content to thousands of armed forces, their families and veterans around the world, to giving connectivity to remote international locations that are beyond the reach of other broadcasters, and delivering digital and creative expertise to defence and military clients.

Here, we showcase our technology, our services for the armed forces, and some of the unique and challenging projects we deliver for the military and our other clients. Take a look at some of our latest case studies.

Case studies


Connecting earthquake-hit communities in Nepal

In the wake of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal in April 2015 – the worst natural disaster the country had seen in 80 years – and subsequent tremors, communities and infrastructure were left shattered. When a particularly harsh monsoon season hit the already struggling communities two years later, their connection to the outside world was destroyed.

Learn more about our BFBS Live Event team's two consecutive annual events to support the children of military families in the Gosport District.

Festival for forces families

Our multi-award-winning team at BFBS Live Events (formerly CSE) delivered two consecutive annual events to support the children of military families in the Gosport District.

We were asked to create occasions that would boost morale in this armed forces community, and encourage a better understanding of and empathy towards service children.

Our BFBS services and technology help the armed forces around the world.

MiPlayer connects armed forces

Following the successful roll out of MiPlayer to the Royal Navy, which had been developed to give those serving on ships a reliable connection to the outside world, our team of technologists were eager to install it for the benefit of people deployed around the world.

At BFBS we provide technology solutions.

Extreme engineering in Iraq

Setting up radio broadcasting equipment that could withstand the extreme desert conditions of Iraq has been one of the biggest challenges faced by our engineers.