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On December 17, 1996, UN General Assembly proclaimed November 21 as World Television Day.



































































World Television Day


On December 17, 1996, UN General Assembly proclaimed November 21 as World Television Day.


To commemorate the date on which the first World Television Forum was held earlier that year.


Every year on November 21st, World Television Day is observed.


According to the UN, on this day, the daily role of television is highlighted as it presents various issues that affect people.


This day is observed as the acceptance of the impact and reach of geo-televisual communication on the global scenario.


Why celebrate World Television Day?


We celebrate World Television Day to recognise television as a key medium for educating, directing, and influencing public opinion.


The General Assembly of the United Nations declared 21st November 21 as World Television Day in 1996.



On December 17, 1996, UN General Assembly proclaimed November 21 as World Television Day to commemorate the date on which the first World Television Forum was held earlier that year.


Who made TV first time in India?


In January 1950, The Indian Express reported that a television was put up for demonstration at an exhibition in the Teynampet locality of Madras (now Chennai) by B. Sivakumaran, a student of electrical engineering.


It is the most popular medium of mass media and is available to every stratum of society.


This medium could cross the inherent limitations of newspapers and the radio and show the actual visuals of an event to people.


Television channels also telecast programmes based on history.


Television represents a symbol for communication and globalisation in the contemporary world.


What are 5 Advantages of television?


~has many educational benefits for children and adults.


~is a source of news.


~can provide a cheap escape instead of travelling.


~It provides Fun.


~Feel the good Connection.


~Family Bonding.


~Learn a Language.


~provide Health education.



Along with many more endless stuff to grow.

So we can conclude that now-a-days it's most important part of our life and it influence in every aspect of our life.


Which was the first Indian channel?

And:- Doordarshan (a/c to Google source)


One of India's largest broadcasting organisations in studio and transmitter infrastructure.


it was established on 15 September 1959. Doordarshan,


which also broadcasts on digital terrestrial transmitters, provides television, radio, online and mobile service throughout metropolitan and regional India and overseas.


Which was India's first TV channel?

And:- Doordarshan


On 15 September 1959, at the studio of All India Radio, Delhi.


The first TV channel in India started an experimental telecast with a small transmitter and a makeshift studio, adopting the brand Doordarshan, Hindi for television.


What is the first TV serial in India?

And:- Hum Log


Hum Log was India's first ever television serial. It began on the 7th of July 1984 and came to an end after completing 156 episodes on the 17th of December 1985.


How TV is important for education?


To support formal education, television usually function as supportive and reinforcement tool.



Television can be attached with school curriculum and time tables. When systematically organized it takes the form of school broadcast.


How television change the world?


~Transformed Home Decor.


~Access to Live Shows.


~Improved Social Interaction.


~Changed How We Consume Food & Buy Products.


~Global Consumption of Information.


~Gateway to Global Cultures.


~Digital Entertainment.


How color TV changed the world?


Color TV could intensify a sense of realism while simultaneously stimulating a world of fantasy.


Color was also found to be symbolic of innovation, progress and modernity. Color, the report concluded, is symbolic of the better life.


WORLD TELEVISION DAY HISTORY?


In 1996, the UN General Assembly proclaimed November 21st as World Television Day.


This date commemorates the first World Television Forum held that same year.


During the Forum, leading media figures discussed the growing significance of television in our ever-changing world.









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