The Numbers: Bafta

The figures behind the national charity that supports and promotes the visual arts

£9.24m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 December 2009, compared with £8.65m in the previous year

£5.11m - The charity's trading income, compared with £4.68m the previous year. The charity's main sources of income were £1.34m from its membership subscriptions, £1.05m from Bafta Productions Limited, an independent production company owned by the academy, and £2.57m from hiring out its headquarters in Piccadilly, London, for events, including weddings

£3.18m - Free reserves at year-end, which is more than eight months' charitable expenditure. Of this, £2.34m is held in fixed assets. The charity's target is to hold reserves equal to six months' charitable expenditure

£130k - No employee was paid more than this

9.9m - The number of viewers who watched Bafta's film and television awards this year

26 - The number of events run by Bafta to promote and support people wanting to start a career in the video games industry. The academy also runs specialist video games awards and carries out other promotional activities.

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