It is estimated that more than 90 percent of Mexican households have access to open TV.
In Mexico, at least 14 percent of the homes only have analog televisions.
The number of households that could watch TV in the market reached 1.72 billion.
Social networks continue to amaze by the reach they have throughout the world. Given this, the stories in these spaces are always, such as the case of a merchant in India, who went viral after leaving his business’s TVs on so that street children can watch the cartoons.
Without a doubt, the entertainment industry is very broad, where the use of the television service is relevant even though social networks currently exist. In 2021, the number of households that could watch television through one of the existing payment platforms in the market reached 1.72 billion and forecasts pointed to a gradual increase in this figure, according to a study by Digital TV Research.
In Mexico, the National Survey on Availability and Use of Information Technologies in Households (ENDUTIH) 2021, carried out by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), in collaboration with the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), has as purpose of obtaining information on the availability and use of information and communication technologies in homes and their use by individuals six years of age or older.
The same source points out that television is the second telecommunications service with the highest adoption rate in Mexico. Like telephony, it is estimated that more than 90 percent of Mexican households have access to open TV.
Through a video shared on Twitter in the account @bestofallll, you can see the beautiful action of a merchant in India who sells electronics for home and leave the televisions facing the street on with cartoons so that street children or children without resources can see them and have a slightly more pleasant childhood.
In the viral recording you can also see how Mr. He asks them what they like to see so that everyone has a good time.
The publication and the action have gained millions of comments on social networks, where people congratulate the merchant for his work and even ask where the store is to go shopping.
As well, the recording generated a great debate where they criticize the government of India for allowing these levels of poverty in its population, Well, in one of the most populated countries, this type of situation is a very contrasting face of the good actions that anyone has with people in street situations.
Every evening show for the homeless kids
— Best of the Best (@bestofallll) January 8, 2023
Actions like this style are always striking on social networks, as an example in the month of December when the Soccer World Cup was broadcast and a grandfather in Argentina went viral, after being caught watching the semifinal match with Croatia on a display TV in the window of an appliance store and the store, noticing this, gave him a television as a present.
After the dissemination on Twitter of his image, which went viral, the company that owns the premises in the city of Paraná, in the province of Entre Ríos, promised to give him a TV so that he could watch the final at home
The image went viral in moments, with more than 30,000 likes and thousands of RTs, which led the local media to interview Carlos Bejar, 82, the protagonist of the image.
The Twitter user who uploaded the photo to the networks, endorsing the Frávega appliance store, owner of the premises, made the request: “I need us to give him a TV, come on,” he wrote. The company’s response was not long in coming: “We wrote to you privately so you can help us contact him. At the World Cup final, he watches it with new TV ”.
And this is how social networks have great power in people’s lives and in the stories that are recited in today’s world.
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