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Gone are the good olden days when the life was much simpler and so were our modes of entertainment. When people would gather around their radios to listen to the only programme broadcasted once a day. But slowly and gradually the television culture took over and as everyone calls it "television killed the radio stars"…
There have been tremendous changes in how they now look, function and the quality that they deliver. But will its era of victory over the radio last forever
Recently television industry is now almost paralleled with a major competitor- "internet". A lot of surveys lately have shown how the number of people going online to watch television is increasing with a good percentage each year. But does this mean that the viewership of television in the conventional mode is going down There are many reasons for why the trend of watching online media has shot-up but one of the major factors for it is the increasing awareness among people about the various utilities of the internet. Since the time when the internet was first invented its definition and purpose has transformed tremendously. Not only that the broad scope of internet is still unfolding by each passing day. The awareness among the people to use internet is picking up pace with every tick of the time. Not long back it meant only- sending and receiving of e-mail and chatting. But now there is whole virtual world out there where one can find everything possible as there are no boundaries to it.
One can easily go on the internet and look for any episode, soap, movie, music, video and other kinds of media. ...
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