21 November

In December 1996 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the 21st of November World Television Day, the same year the first World Television Forum was held. According to the United Nations, this decision was taken to give recognition to the increasing impact television has had on decision-making by bringing various conflicts and threats to peace and security to the world’s attention, as well as its coverage of other major issues, including economic and social. Regardless of this reasonable complaint, the TV has still been an instrumental development for humankind, in a similar classification as the print machine, radio correspondence, and the web. World Television Day is an opportunity for us to acknowledge not just the uncommon mechanical resourcefulness of the researcher and specialists who made apparently unthinkable things occur, yet in addition to comprehend the social and social ramifications that such a binding together medium has had on our worldwide networks.