Television is not a bad thing, but in fact is a resource that can be used to educate and entertain people of all ages. There are many programs on television, which do not educate, because everyone needs to be entertained.
Television stations should organise their programs so that the education shows are shown when children get home from school so that the children will be able to learn while enjoying themselves at home.
Schools often use television as a way of educating students because on television, they can demonstrate many things that cannot be done in the classroom, and often show things that cannot be experienced in the country or area where the school is located.
I think that this is an excellent use of television and more use should be made of it in education, because it offers many advantages to classroom teaching. Comedy programs, however, make viewers laugh, feel better, and make people generally happier.
These programs should be encouraged, instead of the ‘real life’ dramas. Sports programs and broadcasts of sporting matches are very good.
With them, fans of the sports can watch only parts of a match, or watch while they are at work. Without these services, people who are ill or disabled or people that had to work on weekends would miss out on sport all together.
These programs show only relevant parts of the match and often include player information and information about the tournament or season.
These programs are a great service to the public and encourage a healthy life-style. Television would be one of the most useful resources if some important changes were made.