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Description

Television (TV), sometimes shortened to tele or telly, is a telecommunication medium used for transmitting moving images in monochrome, or in colour, and in two or three dimensions and sound. The term can refer to a television set, a television program, or the medium of television transmission. Television is a mass medium for advertising, entertainment and news.

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Organizations relating to Television

SAT-7 / Nicosia, Cyprus / Est. 1995
International Federation of Screen and Television Writers' Associations / Est. 1952
Euro MEDIA Garanties / Est. 1991
Fédération méditerranéenne de la presse, du film et de la radio-télévision
Linking Market Forces for European Film and Television
Protocol to the European Convention on the Protection of the Audiovisual Heritage, on the Protection of Television Productions / Strasbourg, France / Est. 2001
Nordisk Film and TV Fond / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1990
European News Exchange / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1994
Nordic Television and Telecommunications Satellite Project
International Cinema and Television School / Artemisa, Cuba / Est. 1986
International Association of Community TeleService Centres / Est. 1989
Islamic Broadcasting Union / Jeddah, Saudi Arabia / Est. 1975
Pontifical Council for Social Communications / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1948
NATPE International / Santa Monica CA, USA / Est. 1962
International Public Television / Berlin, Germany / Est. 1978
Intergovernmental TV and Radio Corporation / Est. 1992
Commission pour la production et la diffusion de radio-télévision et cinéma d'expression française / Est. 1977
Pious Society of the Daughters of St Paul / Boston MA, USA / Est. 1915
Gulfvision
Association professionnelle des journalistes de la radio et de la télévision de langue française
Worldwide TV-FM DX Association / Somersville CT, USA / Est. 1961
Broadcast Designers Association International / Est. 1978
TV5MONDE Europe / Paris, France / Est. 1988
International Television Committee / Est. 1947
TV5Monde / Paris, France / Est. 1984

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World Problems relating to Television

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Irresponsible tobacco and cigarette advertising
Excessive regulation of television
Excessive portrayal of sex in the media
Photosensitive epilepsy
Maldistribution of television sets
Numbing of public response to suffering
Dissemination of indecent material on cable television
Poor television reception
Television monopoly
Children's misapprehension of reality in the media
Broadcast pornography
Discriminatory allocation of television frequency bands for satellite transmission
Remote purchasing
Drawbacks to cable television
Political interference with television news coverage in capitalist countries

Action Strategies relating to Television

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Supporting cable television industry
Promoting national television
Influencing television
Allocating television frequency bands for satellite transmission
Watching television
Exchanging television programmes
Researching increase in antisocial behaviour due to television
TV Viewer
Restricting television sets
Protecting children from negative television influence
Producing television and radio programmes using interactive multimedia methods
Decreasing television watching
Studying influence of foreign television
Corrupting commercial television
Educating by television
Increasing television systems
Reducing amount of advertising
Producing TV and radio programmes for environmental awareness
Developing television industry
Globalizing television

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