Quality, choice of channels, percent of advertisements, timeliness, number of news services, so on and so forth. The conclusion is one - each one has his own point of view on television, thereupon it is not possible to determine the one type of TV which is the best for all customers.
Some prefer watching live tvs online, while some still remain tied to public TV. It all depends. However, significant might be the fact that more and more people resign from traditional TV, considering it anachronism. All in all, it's not surprising - for quite a lot of time we could have realized the what is happening to public TV definitely is not positive.
And the results are commonly known. No one wants to watch politicians nor boring historical movies from before years. If they were presented on dedicated channels, maybe it wouldn't be so bad, and - maybe - there would be a few desperados willing to watch it. Nonetheless, until these are presented within public TV, we shouldn't be surprised with the way it looks now. Is it going to change?
Unfortunately, it rather is too late to change anything. Public TV has got overshadowed by live tvs online, for instance, and cable and satellite televisions also are not meaningless. Thereupon, if public TV managers even thought about improving the situation, they would have to begin it right now, and prepare truly a revolution.
No minor changes are needed, as they wouldn't be efficient. Today's public television requires a total change of image, what - by the way - never is easy. In case of such monumental and archaic institution like public TV, it would be twice as difficult, though.
One would say that managers are the only guilty, the way public TV looks is their only fault. It's not the whole truth, after all. We could say that - equally well - technological advance is another one guilty for that. If live tvs online didn't get so popular, maybe more people would be likely to stay with traditional TV?
Nonetheless, we could also blame mobile phones for the end of traditional phones. Color television for the end of black and white. Computers for the end of paper. The Internet for the end of traditional interpersonal relations. Examples are numerous, and each one more ridiculous than another.
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