How Is Television A Means Of Communication?


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The television has invaded our houses since its conception in the 1920s. As a means of communication is has become almost indispensable. What was earlier deemed to be a luxury item has now become a necessity of almost every household. It holds its place as one of the best media of communication due to its omnipresence.

It is so visually stimulating that one can make use of the same for a wide variety of purposes. Governments can spread awareness, health care professionals can promote better health practices, and advertisements can be used reach out to a vast number of potential consumers. Besides its vast outreach, one of the best advantages of using the television as a means of communication is that you have the flexibility of reaching your target audience. For example, after school specials are directed at children, while late night programs are targeted at adults.

While it is true that the advent of the television has brought on a wave of consumerism, the benefits of television far outweigh any potential evils.

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Karl Sagan answered

It's interesting how much TV I used to watch. Now it's quite uncomfortable for me. If I want to watch some sports match, I do it online. In addition, I can immediately watch and place bets. I tried my hand at betting when I found Ohio sportsbooks bonuses. It seems to me that it is especially important for beginners that there are various bonuses that make it easier to start betting.

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