Tuesday August 11, 2020

Editor's Comments: Never take anything for granted

In 1939, the BBC commenced regular television broadcasts, and essentially became the world's first TV channel.

3rd February, 2013
'Why traipse down to the video store when you can order a movie at home? More importantly, why depend on scheduled broadcasting when you can watch your favourite series whenever you like?'

In 1939, the BBC commenced regular television broadcasts, and essentially became the world's first TV channel.

Since then, the television industry has grown enormously. Early public service broadcasters were later joined by private television channels.

The advent of digital television in recent years has meant that the average home has gone from having around 12 channels to potentially hundreds. Television is bigger than ever before, but the industry as we know it could be under threat.

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