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    Television is a system for transmitting visual images and sound that are reproduced on screens, chiefly used to broadcast programs for entertainment, information, and education. It is a device that receives a vision and voice signals and reproduces them on a screen. Television has presented in our life long time before. People have different ways to enjoy their televisions; therefore, their television viewing habits totally are not the same. Indeed, television 's primary purpose is entertainment. In addition, it is also a medium that encourages the growth of communities around the world by sharing interests and disseminates information and news. Moreover, television broadens and educates the mind, provides millions of jobs for skilled workers,…

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    Television In The 1950s

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    During the 1950s, television turned into a viable promoting medium. With home and television, the auto turned out to be a piece of the “standard customer bundle” of the 1950s. TV sets travel through a sequential construction system. TV started to develop and get high number appraisals as the years went on. In the 1950s the ratings hours were seen at 4 hours and 36 minutes, in the 1960s it was seen at 5 hours and 6 minutes, and in the 70s it was seen at 5 hours and 54 minutes. During this time in…

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    gave birth to the first television. Their work was so remarkable, that it has hindered world history to the extent that just after decades, over a billion people have access to a television set in their homes. Now the question emerges what is the significance of television? And what makes it so mesmerizing to the majority? Is it the crisp clear high definition realistic picture that makes us hypnotized to that cubed box sitting in our living room? No, then what is it? It must be the fine…

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    The importance of television, which was always into discussion, has now in sparked the controversy from the last few years. Study reveals that for many people, television is not just a medium to spread news but also a companion.I personally agree with this notion but there are many drawbacks of this as well. Thus both sides of the contentious would be put under scruitny and my opinion to which holds the weight will be given. There are myriad of arguments in favor of my stance, but the most…

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    In Defense Of Television

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    First, many people argue television is beneficial after a long, hard day’s work and argue that television is an excellent way to unwind and relieve stress. However, more often than not, people spend countless hours attempting to stay up as late as possible to surf the channels, to finish a movie, or to watch show after show. Furthermore, by exposing the mind to a constant stream of action, lights, sounds, negative news reports, and violence, this activity actually leads to less sleep, more…

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    arose in the television industry in the 1970s. As television became more and more popular in America, it became harder for news stations to compete with the entertainment aspect of television. The news was supposed to be the conveyor of reality and the truth. But, as Howard Beale stated, "Television is not the truth...[it] is a goddamn amusement park."1 Television is a center of entertainment, and for viewers it is a means of escaping reality. For the owners of the television networks, it is…

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    Television Sitcoms

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    Television and society are a two sided mirror. TV is influenced by society and influences society simultaneously. One of television’s favorite sitcoms, Friends, is an example of how this mirror interacts. Six adults in their mid-twenties are living in New York in close proximity of each other. This iconic 90s television sitcom has distinct impacts on society and television today. Some of these include the deconstruction of family dynamics, coffee shop aesthetics, and a different brand of sitcoms…

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    1950s Television History

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    When people envision what television is today it is quite simple: a large screen with HD quality and hundreds of channels which are easy to access. Unbelievably there was a time where television was not like that, where quality was not all that mattered, where viewers only had a certain amount of channels to access. Welcome to Maria Paulercio’s television era, the 1950s. Television has transformed dramatically since the 1950’s from the look to what was produced and put on the air. It had an…

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    The article introduced a lot of International television formats in the European countries. The international format trade has seen enormous growth and acceleration for the long time. International television formats was an effective channel to absorb the audience. From chart formats, we can see that Denmark the unequal use of international formats, the disparity between DR1 and TV2. From the article, it has divided entertainment into fiction, traditional entertainment and factual entertainment.…

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    “The Trouble with Television” and “Television” are stories with very similar central ideas (Electronic Media has filled a concerningly large amount of our free time). “Television” (by Todd Alcott) conveys the Central Idea with repetition and personification as the main strategies, resulting in the Poem falling into the fictional category of writing. On the other hand, “The Trouble with Television” (by Robert MacNeil) isn’t a Poem. It reads more like an article written for a Major News Company.…

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