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170. The Decline of Television

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This Sociology Factsheet would be relevant to exam questions on the topic of the ‘Media’, with particular reference to ‘Ownership and Control’, ‘New Media’ or ‘Audiences’.

This Factsheet contains:
• A detailed timeline of the history of television in the UK.
• Relevant theories providing different explanations as to why the television is in decline.
• Statistics surrounding television usage.

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Date Published

September 2016

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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