The most memorable events covered on TV

A variety of G have been broadcasted on TV since the beginning of this popular age. There are too many to mention but a few really had an impact on viewers all over the world.  TV is more than 62 years old and changed the way we view live and learn about events. All those years ago families used to surround the radio to learn about things and then Television came to life.

In 1981 the wedding of Charles and Diana was one of the most watched events on TV. Entire families were glued to their TV sets to watch the royal wedding and enjoy seeing the beautiful dress and union.  Many people are royal enthusiasts and fans and this infamous wedding had a lot to do with that. It was quite a spectacle and will be remembered for years to come. Click here to take a look at pictures of the wedding.

The most memorable events covered on TV

Dallas was one of the most popular shows on television.  We never missed an episode and one of the most shocking episodes thus far was the one were J.R got shot. Viewers couldn’t get over that one episode. It was featured on magazine covers and pretty much all media at that time.

There was also the Checkers speech done by Richard Nixon. Where a president reveals his entire financial situation on national television people watch and get involved. There have been many other political occurrences aired on TV. Something that should be covered by national television is the hawk release that occurred at Green Chimneys. This birds of prey day is quite a celebrated event with a student releasing this beautiful creature. So many people respect this tradition and love seeing the release of such an amazing creature.

The Final Tonight Show by Johnny Carson in 1992. This was before the days of cable. The Tonight Show was always a personal favorite in most households. Johnny Carson was featured on this show for 30 years and it was quite an emotional exit for this favorite host. With a wonderful speech the exit was done and the famous host thanked the audience for the privilege to be in their households. It was a heartfelt moment for the host and his viewers and fans. Click here to take a look at this historical clip in the history of entertainment television.

It is no secret that so many occurrences has held our attention and that we couldn’t easily get away from our TV set. Who can forget the terrorist attack in 2011 on the World Trade Centre? Everyone around the world sat glued and watched in horror as this terrible thing happened. We witnessed as the second plane hit and how people were traumatized by the fear of trying to exit the buildings. Televisions has really played a huge part in our lives and formed a part of our daily lives since way back when. We can only be grateful for this wonderful technology that was discovered.