What is World Television Day ?
In December 1996, the UN General Assembly proclaimed November 21st as World Television Day, to celebrate the day of the first World Television Forum.
The concept of a television anniversary came to be as a recognition of “television’s constantly growing impact over decision-making, by directing attention worldwide to conflicts and threats to peace and security,” and of “its potential role in strengthening focus on other major issues, including economic and social.”
European Council on Tourism and Trade marks the celebrates World Television Day
The European Council on Tourism and Trade hails the anniversary of 2014 World Television Day and is recognizes the importance of this communication technology in tourism industry of today and continues to dominate the current mass-media.
In the contemporary world of tourism, marked by globalization and unprecedented growth of communications, television remains an essential avenue for the circulation of information and a permanent fixture of everyone’s daily life.
Using television information reaches all continents instantly, providing a platform for debates, creating currents of opinion, warning of significant problems or events that have a regional or global impact.
Tourism and travel are often the subject of news, interviews and documentaries, and the people are informed of major decisions and tourism opportunities.
Besides its informative role, television opens the doors of knowledge to the widest variety of knowledge, whether it is tourism or politics or economy, culture, history, geography etc., demonstrating its enormous educational potential.
Television channels are not simply local entities or industries but crucial components of a global network that connects people, cultures and societies. Television is undoubtedly a constant symbol of communication and a binder for the entire world.
To all people working in television we most sincerely wish Happy World Television Day!
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