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Friday, July 24, 2009

Home, family, & Satellite TV

One of the common means of family bonding in today's world is viewing TV programs together.

Despite the rise of ICT entertainment, such as computers, iPods, cellular phones, and the like. TV remained a regular source of information and as past times for young and adults. Of course, TV programming today has never been before with the rise of Satellite technology. With Satellite TV channels from all over the world can be accessed wherever you are. There are wide areas to choose from, from news, features, commentaries, soap operas, sports, movies, fashion, and name it; you have it programs. In case you are planning to set up your new Satellite TV, Satellite Information is available in the Internet. Information that would guide you on selecting the best equipment, support services, and the best Satellite TV Deals available from different providers. You can even find and compare the best prices.

There are issues, however, that needs to be addressed as far as the negative side of TV viewing is concerned. Studies have shown that TV has been so influential especially to the kids as far as marketing promotions is concerned. Certain programs influence the value formation of children who regularly watch them. Violent scenes encourages violence, dramatic scenes affects emotions, etc.

Because of these, families are encouraged to guide Satellite TV viewing of the young. With guided viewing, the negative consequences brought by the technology will be eliminated. In fact, a separate study would show that TV also shapes good character by choosing the right program.

There's no harm is taking advantage of Satellite TV technology if, in the first place the home, the family, and everyone using it considers the positive side of it.

2 comments:

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madz said...

Very true, TV is one way of building bonds with the family. We do :D

 
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