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World Television Day


Why is World Television Day special?Β 


Television has changed our lives in so many ways that it is amazing. It entertains us, teaches us, broadens our horizons, and has broken geographical, linguistic, and cultural barriers.


Β Television brings us news from every corner of the world instantly and focuses attention on the major issues facing the world with an urgency that produces results.Β 


It has become a symbol of communication in today’s world, and that is why the General Assembly of the United Nations has declared November 21. as World Television Day.


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