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The FSO celebrates World TV Day remembering its time on television

FSO and World Television Day come together to celebrate a technological milestone that has marked our society and our history for 96 years. About to turn a century, television became a true technological flagship in the mid-20th century, when countries developed their national and private TV systems.

Until reaching high definition, the current HD, with 1080 lines and 1920 samples, has experienced great milestones that have transformed society, such as the commercial development of color television from 1940 or the digitalization born in 1980, which has brought us multiplatform cinema to small screens, so that this appliance never leaves our lives.

When is World TV Day

When is World TV Day?

World Television Day is celebrated on November 21, since it was proclaimed in 1996 by the United Nations General Assembly. Your goal is promote global exchange of peace programs, security, economic development and social and cultural issues.

The history of Television Day began on December 17, 1996 in the General Assembly of the United Nations, which decided to proclaim the November 21 as World Television Day, in commemoration of the date on which the first World Television Forum was held.

At that time, he invited all Member States to observe this day, for the promotion of the global exchange of television programmes, focusing, in particular, on issues such as peace, security, social and economic development and the promotion of cultural exchange. Resolution 51/205 considered the great impact of geo-television communications on the world stage.

Benefits of television in education

Television, as a means of communication, has shown that it offers benefits to young people. It is a valuable tool used constructively, because it offers, in addition to entertainment, a high learning factor. Each of the children's programs that channels such as Disney Junior can offer can help in educational development, pro-social behaviors, proper management of emotions and critical thinking, among other aspects.

Benefits of television in education

Appropriate programs provide potentially pedagogical and educational value, since they allow them learn skills from the culture, such as behaviors, desires, or responses, in addition to adequate use of ICT. Especially interactive television offers learning, making children recognize themselves as the main actors in the socialization of processes, along with more traditional socialization agents such as the family or school, which reflect social and cultural values.

Even so, parents have a great responsibility in the responsible use of television by young children. First, it's important to watch shows with your children to help them distinguish fact from fiction. In this sense, parents They should not use this technology as an “electronic babysitter.”In addition to not doing zapping convulsively. Experts also advise creating a video library at home with films and documentaries on interesting topics for all family members.

Film Symphony Orchestra television appearances

The Film Symphony Orchestra has appeared several times on television.

The Film Symphony Orchestra in El Hormiguero

One of the most memorable was the one that took place on the Pablo Motos program, The Anthill, which we have also attended on several occasions. In one of them, we had the pleasure of having a great time playing music to Jandro's spectacular shadow game. Two years later, in 2020, we revolutionized 'The Anthill 3.0' with an impossible game about famous soundtracks. Luis Tosar and Pablo Motos had fun discovering songs from movies like 'Indiana Jones' or 'The Adams Family'.

The Film Symphony Orchestra in the program 'El Desafío'

But the appearances in El Hormiguero have not been the only ones for us. Pilar Rubio, Juan del Val and Santiago Segura played in March of this year, with the Film Symphony Orchestra in 'El Desafío'. There, the director of the FSO, Constantino Martínez-Orts, proposed a challenge to the members of the program's jury, giving them each an instrument to accompany the orchestra in a piece. Juan del Val was in charge of the cymbals, the triangle was the instrument for Pilar Rubio and Santiago Segura was in charge of the timpani.

The impressive career of the Film Symphony Orchestra and its cinematic tours throughout the country have allowed us the opportunity to appear on different television programs such as The Anthill and The challenge. Therefore, from here we want to invite the reader to get their tickets to enjoy the best live soundtrack music on the current Krypton tour.

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