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  1. Some technologies, which at first glance are completely interchangeable, each have their own advantages that allow them to be in demand and develop. After TV became available, radio was still popular, and it is still popular: just the image is not always necessary, and sometimes it interferes.

    The Internet is a slightly different story: although it offers all kinds of information, it requires a completely different involvement in the information field. To watch TV, you don't need any skills in working with information, and your imagination doesn't work.

  2. Nothing like that!

    I haven't watched TV in 15 years and I feel great.

    By the way, this has recently even become fashionable.

    Down with zomboyashchiki!


  3. TV is not just news and all sorts of “Let them talk”. My parents,for example, watch programs about gardening, and I like to watch the Discovery and National Geographic channels. If I switch to news,it's on RBC. Well, sometimes I watch Life-News,but this is more for all sorts of trash news.

  4. Everything is simple. Russia has an aging population, meaning that there are more people older than ~35 than people younger than ~35. And then there are 2 factors. The first of them is a stupid attachment to old things and rejection of new ones. People are stupidly lazy to understand what the Internet is, how to use it, and generally why, when there is such a beautiful thing as a TV. And the second factor is that on TV you are served filtered and diluted information, after seeing and hearing it, which you understand who is right and who is wrong. On the Internet, there are many different sources, all with different views on events and different positions on issues. People are stupidly lazy to read and analyze all this. Most people who surf the Internet and who are over 40, sit on those sites where no one will tell them something that goes beyond their understanding of this world. That is, on Odnoklassniki, RUSSIA TODAY, they watch Sharia and others like him.

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