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World Television Day is celebrated on 21st November each year to commemorate the World Television Forum`s First ever held or held in 1996. Television is a type of communication medium that conveys information to the rest of the world. For examples live or television broadcasts in real-time, often used in news programs.

Through this television broadcast, communities or people around the world, get the latest information and at the same time, enhance knowledge in terms of learning for children, teens, adults, parents, jobs, job seekers, students who will continue the lessons and so on. In addition, the world can also watch the Olympics broadcast on television stations where the public can watch live sports events.

Television broadcasting too, can help residents open their eyes to personal safety. To be alert before any bad things happen to yourself, your family, your friends and so on. At the same time, television entertainment can also reduce stress and relieve stress. An example of a plan that can relieve stress is a funny themed plan (Maharaja Lawak Mega).

Thus, the theme of World Television Day could explain the importance of television broadcasts in public life because of the widespread and effective dissemination of information and knowledge. So that we don`t miss out on the progress, in addition, there are many more important mediums of information such as the use of radio to get information to the public.


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"Both reading and writing are experiences – lifelong – in the course of which we who encounter words used in certain ways are persuaded by them to be brought mind and heart within the presence, the power, of the imagination." – Eudora Welty

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