November 21 marks World Television Day, one of the most revolutionary and profitable inventions in history.
The origin of this event dates back to 1996 when the First World Television Forum was held at the United Nations as a project to promote peace, security, economic and social development and the promotion of cultural exchange. The protagonism of television has been key in many moments putting image and sound to many conflicts and threats to security, as well as focusing on important economic and social issues.
Technological advances have changed the way content is disseminated and, above all, the way we access it. The evolution from analogue to digital television has become a reality, turning the viewing of television via the Internet into a daily activity, which continues to turn television into a reference point for information.