World Television Day Significance, History, Wishes, Messages

In recognition of the increasing impact television has on decision-making by bringing world attention to conflicts and threats to peace and security and its potential role in sharpening the focus on other major issues, including economic and social issues, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 November as World Television Day (through resolution 51/205 of 17 December 1996).

On 21 and 22 November 1996, the United Nations held the first World Television Forum, where leading media figures met under the auspices of the United Nations to discuss the growing significance of television in today’s changing world and to consider how they might enhance their mutual cooperation. That is why the General Assembly decided to proclaim 21 November as World Television Day.

World Television Day Wishes, Messages to share on the occasion:

Warm wishes on World Television Day to everyone. It is certainly a very difficult thing to image our lives without TV which connects us with the rest of the world.

On the occasion of World Television Day, let us thank all those who make TV viewing such a wonderful experience for us, each day.

World Television Day reminds us to thank each and every person who is responsible for connecting us with the world through TV. Happy World Television Day.

Let us make it a wonderful World Television Day by promising ourselves that we will always stay true to reporting the events across the world in an unbiased way.

Television was surely the biggest accomplishment in broadcasting and multimedia. Wishing everyone a very Happy World Television Day.

All thanks to television for it brought the whole world to us, much closer than it is for real. Happy World Television Day to everyone.

There is no way to learn things better than to see them and TV made it possible for us to learn so many things about the world by simply viewing them. Happy World Television Day.

On the occasion of World Television Day, let us come together to appreciate the presence of TV in our lives.

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