History of Television and its possible future…..


During 1900’s, the word Television came into existence by Constantin perskyi. BBC was the first regular broadcasting service started in 1932. Though it suspended its broadcasting services respecting the word of outbreak of Second World War. India has started an experiment on telecasting in Delhi on 15th September 1959. The regular and day-to-day transmission is started as all India radio. These television services were then transmitted to few other cities like Bombay and Amritsar in 1972. Until 1975, only seven Indian cities had television broadcasting services, all India radio etc. Television services though divided from all India radio in 1976. Indian small screen programmes are started in the year 1980’s. At that time we only had Doordarshan which started broadcasting services in India which is owned by the government of India.History of TelevisionThe major telecasting were, Ramayan and Mahabharata which are two Indian mythological and spiritual stories and were the first television series in India. The series picked the world record for having more number of viewers for a television series. Government has opened a new channel named DD international which had telecasting for Asia and Europe. The government of India started more economical and socialistic channels by the orders of Indian Prime Minister Narasimha Rao. New policies which gave wings to the private broadcasters to open a studio and start a channel. Channels like Zeetv, suntv, ETV are from the private hands where Doordarshan is still in the market under Indian government. Now-a-days, we see different channels under one hood. TV has become a part of people’s entertainment at home. There are a number TV series now which holds people interests like crime, comedy, family, drama, romance etc,. There are a number of TV series in India because of its different cultures and languages.

These days, television sets are just a waste of time. Technology has risen to the sky and started flying. You can watch the TV series on the go. The smart phone generation started a revolution of producing the applications to help the people’s needs. Applications were made to watch tv live on your mobile phone, though you need internet to do so. But considering the revolution from mobile phones, generation after generation gearing the speed in technology. ShowBox App is one such application which allows you to watch TV shows, movies etc.

ShowBox is an android based application which allows you to get access to watch movies, TV series on the go with its extraordinary features like no login credentials needed. Which may be required for other applications? ShowBox contains different categories like movies, TV shows, news, trailers, and favorites and downloads. Favorites and downloads are one that way which puts your mood ‘ON” when you are bored. You can open your favorites TV series when you are online, select the download option which makes that episode of TV series you selected to store in your storage and can be watched offline even when you are not connected to your Wi-Fi.

TV Shows in ShowBox APK have different options to sort your series; even it has search option which will be handy at times. There will be two options listed in the TV series category they are sort by which can sort according to rating, name and time of added. And another option is genre; based on this option you can track your favorite TV series.

Stop Rosie Information and Resources


Rosie has the right of free speech.”
I know, I know, and I know. I don’t necessarily want to see Rosie fired, I just want her to be more responsible. Let me rephrase – I am not calling exclusively for her departure; I believe that other solutions exist and I believe that the good people of America will accept a sincere apology regarding her previous offensive comments.
But non-action is unacceptable. Something needs to be done, and here’s why – ‘free speech’ is not an unlimited right. The first amendment makes no claim that Americans can say anything they please without fear of consequence from an entity such as an employer, a constituency, or a fan-base. We are taught by our school system and our parents that we must always be appropriate and respectful with our voice. It is unacceptable for school students to curse or yell at their superiors, or to baselessly accuse them of wrong-doing. It is unacceptable for a student to publicly degrade or belittle a fellow classmate. It is just and legal for an employer to fire an employee for verbally harrassing a co-worker. There are definite boundaries of ‘free speech’ and they are constructed based on what is appropriate and responsible for the appurtenant environment.
Why then are those boundaries, which exist in virtually every professional or educational environment, thrown out the window when it comes to the media sector? I could point to plenty of celebrity comments that would warrant at least a detention if a student uttered a similar comment about a superior at a public, or most certainly a private, school. But I’m going to focus on Rosie exclusively, because I feel that she is the predominant figurehead of this movement.

The reason she oversteps her boundaries is because, aside from the fact that she vehemently and disrespectfully denounces our governing body, she offends a very specific group of people – American citizens! She defames our elected president, insinuates that our military are murderers, and projects a general attitude that it is warranted (if not applaudable) to blame America for the problems of the world.
Sure, the show is called The View, and it does offer the views of four different women. Here’s where the double-standard lies; hypothetically, if one of those women had a ‘personal view’ that homosexuality is evil and we should stand up to oppose it, I am most certain that plenty of Americans (both gay and straight, Rosie included) would argue that that host is being irresponsible, and demand that action be taken. I would agree that action should be taken! With this in mind, why then should we, as diverse and respectful American citizens, stick up and defend minority groups but be expected to bury our head in the sand when it comes to a majority group?