By Richard Jackson Harris
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Households of families with children by 1997 (Mares, 1998). The television phenomenon is almost as pervasive in the developing world. For example, over 94% of Argentine homes have TV (Getino, 1990), along with over 75% of Brazilian homes, although only 20% of Brazilian homes have refrigerators (Marquez de Melo, 1991). Even the worst urban slums of the Third World sprout television antennas. On the threshold of the 21st century, no place on earth is beyond the reach of television. The number of TV sets per 1,000 people worldwide doubled from 117 to 234 between 1981 and 1997 ("The Faustian Bargain," 1997), although they are hardly distributed evenly across the globe; for example, there were 906 TVs per 1,000 people in the Netherlands and 850 per 1,000 in the United States, but only 5 per 1,000 in Bangladesh and 9 Page 7 in Kenya (Wresch, 1996).
Mourners around the world cried over the death of Britain's young Princess Diana in late summer 1997. These were not fake tears; the loss was real. Diana's death was a true personal loss for millions of people who had never met her but knew her through the media as a friend. J. Simpson for the murder of his ex-wife. Many people were truly shocked and disbelieving that he could have done what he was charged with. Simpson argued that the saturation tabloid-like coverage of his trial painted a false media picture of him with no relation to reality.
This documentary included extensive interviews with IRA and Unionist extremists. The government argued that this gave those whom it called "terrorists" an undeserved platform and hearing. After extensive discussion, BBC management decided to honor the government's request, although this decision evoked a I-day strike by BBC employees in protest. 2, continued Concern over the public's reaction may be another source of self-censorship. S. commercial networks refused to run an antismoking public service announcement (PSA) that showed a fetus smoking a cigarette in the womb.