Television

Television is vital to the world of journalism. It is often viewed to be the most significant method of journalism ever. In the United States alone, television makes up the primary news source for local and national news. It combines complex stories and information with eye-catching images to draw the audience in. Companies can get figures and numbers on the amount of viewers and demographics for their programs as well.

With the introduction of television to journalism, news became something that was normally formal and complex into conversational and relatable. The public can relate to the anchors, reporters, and interviewees on the screen, making it easier to absorb the information being relayed. Whether it is breaking news or a weekly wrap up, audiences love to sit down at the end of their day and turn to their television.

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