Television or shortly known as TV serves as the mass medium of communication in the form of entertainment (tv shows or movies), local, global news and advertising of different products.
In 1996, November 21 was marked as World Television Day by the United Nations General Assembly and in the same year, the first World Television Forum was also held.
Television these days have become a part of our lives as it provides us with entertainment, news, politics and many more things which are related to providing education but the crucial role it plays is in delivering information.
HOW THIS DAY IS CELEBRATED?
People such as journalists, writers and bloggers come together and promote this day by sharing their views regarding the role television plays via print media and publications, broadcast media and the topmost sharing tool, social media.
Discussion is done on various topics which include how Television promotes cultural diversity, the link between democracy and role in social, economic and political development.
Individuals support the development of television media in providing truthful information related to several issues that affect the society.
In short, World Television Day is celebrated to create awareness among the people about the role Television plays in providing them with communication, information, and globalization.
ICONIC TV SHOWS WHICH WE MISS THESE DAYS
The TV shows in the 90s catered to the entire family which varied from interesting stories and plots. Many of the shows also gave inspiration to the kids by providing them with lessons.
Thanks to the World Television Day that we were able to experience such shows in the 90s and grew up watching them. Do take a look at the shows which made people glued to their TV screens:
Dekh Bhai Dekh (1993)
Tu Tu Main Main (1994)
Shrimaan Shrimati (1994)
Hum Paanch (1995)
Just Mohabbat (1996)
Office Office (2001)
These are a few of the shows we have shared here. There are plenty of them, do share which TV shows or serials you loved watching when you were a kid.