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Nov 21, 2020
1:12PM

World Television Day being observed today

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Today is World Television Day. It is observed every year on the 21st of November. The United Nations adopted a resolution to this effect in 1996 in recognition of the increasing impact of the audio visual media on the decision-making and its potential role in sharpening the focus on other major issues.
 
Television was thus acknowledged as a major tool in informing, channelling and influencing public opinion and represents communication and globalization in the contemporary world.
 

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