Impact Of Television On Society

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Sandra Assouad Ahmed Sokkary Farida El Hagin Omar El Battat Television and how it affects our society Television is one of the most important miracles of science. It is a telecommunication medium that is used for transmitting and receiving moving images and sound. Televisions can transmit images that are monochrome, in color, or in three dimensions. Whether good or bad, television has found its way into the lives of people all over the world and it 's an important part of life for many. Some consider it to be a great invention while others say that it harms people and society. A television is an electrical device used for entertainment, learning, and work. A television can be used to watch movies, evening news, play a game, and much more. Philo Taylor Farnsworth designed the concept of a television in 1927, in San Francisco by coding and decoding radio waves with pictures. In the 1940s, televisions could only be found in a few thousands homes across the United States, and today almost all homes have at least one television. These devices are used for playing games with a gaming console, watching a favourite TV show and as a computer monitor for work and pleasure. Without doubt television is the most effective medium to deliver information to large numbers of people very quickly. News in one part of the world can be seen within minutes or even seconds in any other part of the world. Television is a source of entertainment that is affordable. Before television,
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