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2. The etymology of the word has a mixed Latinand Greek origin, meaning of "far sight in Greek is tele (),and the meaning of far, in Latin is visio,orsight. 3. Television (TV) is a telecommunication mediumfor transmitting and receiving moving imagesthat can be monochrome black-and-white orcolored, with or without accompanying sound."Television" may also refer specifically to atelevision set, television programming, ortelevision transmission. 4. 1920s Commercially available the televisionset has become commonplace in homes,businesses and institutions, particularly as avehicle for advertising, a source ofentertainment, and news. 1950s, television has been the main mediumfor molding public opinion. 1970s the availability of video cassettes,laserdiscs, DVDs and now Blu-ray Discs, haveresulted in the television set frequently beingused for viewing recorded as well as broadcastmaterial. till 2000s broadcast TV programs weregenerally transmitted as an analog televisionsignal, but during the decade several countrieswent almost exclusively digital. 5. viewersredorangeyellowpurplegreenblue 6. Aroundthe globe, broadcast television isfinanced by eithergovernment, advertising, licensing (a formof tax), subscription or any combination ofthese. To protect revenues, subscription TVchannels are usually encrypted to ensurethat only subscription payers receive thedecryption codes to see the signal.Unencrypted channels are known as free toair or FTA. Globally, the different TV revenue sourcesdivide into 45 to 50% TV advertisingrevenues, 40 to 45% subscription fees and 7. Televisionsbroad reach makes it a powerful and attractive medium for advertisers. Many television networks and stations sell blocks of broadcast time to advertisers ("sponsors") in order to fund their programming 8. Getting TV programming shown to the public can happen in many different ways.After production the next step is to market and deliver the product to whatevermarkets are open to using it. This typically happens on two levels: Original Run or First Run: a producer creates a program of one or multiple episodesand shows it on a station or network which has either paid for the production itself or to which a license has beengranted by the television producers to do the same. Broadcast syndication: this is the terminology rather broadly used to describesecondary programming usages (beyond original run). It includes secondary runs inthe country of first issue, but also international usage which may not be managed bythe originating producer. In many cases other companies, TV stations or individualsare engaged to do the syndication work, in other words to sell the product into themarkets they are allowed to sell into by contract from the copyright holders, inmost cases the producers. First run programming is increasing on subscription services outside the country, but few domestically produced programs are syndicated on domestic free-to-air(FTA) elsewhere. This practice is increasing however, generally on digital-only FTAchannels, or with subscriber-only first-run material appearing on FTA. 9. Non-fiction television programming Documentary television Educational television Environmental television Game shows Music television Television pornography Reality television series Religious television Science fiction television Sports television Telethons Television series about television Travel television 10. Interview Animated sitcom Science fiction on television Anthology series Japanesevariety Serial Apocalyptic and post- show Sitcomapocalyptic fictionJudge show Slow television Breakfast television Korean horror Soap opera Cartoon series Space Western Casting televisionLate night television Specialty channel Television comedyLegal drama Stoner TV Comedy-dramaMedical drama Superhero live-action television Daytime televisionseriesParanormal Docudrama Supernatural drama television Dramatic programming Tabloid talk show Educational television Participation TV Tabloid television Fantasy televisionPolice procedural Taiwanese dramaFishing television series Talk showPolitical drama Food reality television Teen drama Practical jokeTeen sitcom Game opera Game show Procedural drama Television documentary Hidden camera Public affairs Television play Historical fiction (broadcasting) Thriller (genre)Horror fictionVariety showReality television Westerns on television 11. Internet the new tvnot popular even with new style and technology People can and do live without television nowadays The size of the the televesion takes up to muchspace Smart phone easy to carry People are more aware of media manipulation lesstrust in tv broadcaster or networks News are more reliable faster in internet and blogs We can access internet in our own convinient timewhenever we want tv is restrictedinternet gives intereaction with the audience likesocial network. Video games in television needs internet to allow usplay with different people compete with differentparts of the world We can download all the programs we like on tv inInternet and watch it in our own time withoutadvertisement interruption 12. Cctv To play video games As a deco in the house Older generation are used to its sound people follows certain kind of programs It still will be a medium but less popular Movie screen are a different experiences For special programs like Olympics Wedding photo shows Presentation Class projections Also to normally to create programs its a big jobsector 13. For paying attention