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        "Television tastes funny."
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        All about the medium of television, its sub-categories, and TV-specific tropes that cross those divisions.

        Television "TV" is traditionally viewed on a television set, after the early 2000's people can catch up on their favorite programs via computer and mobile devices. Commercially available since the 1920s (though television as we know it today dates from 1936, as the result of the invention of a key component by Vladimir Zworykin of RCA and Philo T. Farnsworth)note , but only really catching on in the 1950s. Home televisions were black & white, analog, heavy, and at 4:3 aspect-ratio; gained color in the 60s; and after the Turn of the Millennium became digital, lighter, and wider with a 16:9 aspect-ratio.

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        Television is what the TV in our name stands fornote . But you probably already knew that.

        See also Camera Tricks and Formats.


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      2. Beer Commercials - There's something unusual about beer commercials
      3. Boring Broadcaster - When a broadcaster or program specializes in intellectual or otherwise boring subjects.
      4. Broadcast Live: How most of TV used to be broadcast, and how sports and news programs still are
      5. Cable/Satellite Mudslinging: How TV providers get and keep customers, and why TV provider options for any given area are so limited
      6. Cancellation - When a network chooses to stop funding further shows
      7. Channel Hop - A show moves from one network to another or from one local station to another
      8. Color Wash - Strange changes to the color pallette
      9. Continuity Announcement — "This is TV Tropes"
      10. Direct-to-Video - When a movie skips the theaters and goes directly to video (VHS, DVD, Bluray, etc.)
      11. Directed by Cast Member - A member of the cast decides to get their feet wet by directing an episode of the show
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      13. Drawing Board Hiatus - Taken off the air for a retool
      14. Edited for Syndication - Changes made when a network show or motion picture is placed in syndicated distribution
      15. Emergency Broadcast - means of providing serious warnings to the public
      16. Excuse Question - A test or skill question used to prevent a contest from being declared a lottery
      17. 大胸女明星Fake Video Camera View - View of what supposedly is someone video recording something
      18. First-Run Syndication - New episodes of a series sold to individual stations as apposed to being premiered on a network.
      19. Five Year Plan - Length of time after which a show can be sold in syndication
      20. Friday Night Death Slot - An undesirable scheduling spot
      21. Iconic Logo - An image that immediately identifies the advertising campaign or product
      22. Long-Runners - Shows running 10 years or longer
      23. Long-Runner Cast Turnover - The initial cast of a show is completely different from the one it ends with
      24. Marathon Running - Multiple episodes run back-to-back
      25. Network Death - When a channel goes off the air and ceases to exist entirely.
      26. Network Decay - Networks whose supposed purpose was a certain type of show, that have started to add unrelated material
      27. New Content Countdown Clock - Onscreen clock to advise viewers of the start of some special or new program
      28. No-Hoper Repeat - Show put in as a sacrifice against some extremely popular program on a different network
      29. Not Screened for Critics - a movie that was not advance shown to critics; often a red flag that it's not very good
      30. Once a Season - A concept that is repeated every season of the show
      31. Once per Episode - A kind of Running Gag that is repeated in every episode
      32. Only Barely Renewed - Show that is just barely important enough for the network to renew it, but usually isn't important enough to stick around long after
      33. Out of Order - Showing a series in a different order than it was written
      34. PEG Channel - a channel used for public or community productions, educational content, or government content.
      35. Prime Time - The most important part of a network schedule
      36. 大胸女明星Ratings - How many viewers a show has
      37. Ratings Stunt - Unusual event intended to increase ratings
      38. Real Life Writes the Plot - When what happens behind the scenes affects what happens on the set
      39. Rerun - a rebroadcast of a program
      40. Revival - an updated remake or reboot of a series that has long since ended
      41. Saga Sell (Opening Narration) - Short monologue at beginning of show that explains what is happening
      42. Safe Harbor - removal of broadcast content restrictions between 10pm and 6am
      43. Screwed by the Network - intentional sabotage of a series
      44. Second Season Downfall - shows that don't have anything left by the second season
      45. Short Run in Peru - Some shows are run earlier in countries other than the one they are made for
      46. Short-Runners - Shows that were cancelled really quickly, sometimes after 1 episode
      47. Sweeps - The period when ratings set advertising rates
      48. Syndication - Shows sold directly to individual stations
      49. Timeshift Channel - Supplementary channel run one or more hours later than the regular program feed
      50. Un-Canceled - a show is cancelled, then something happens and it's restored to the schedule
      51. Voiceover Clip Show - Footage having little or no connection except for the (off-screen) announcer
      52. Watershed - Time in the evening when it's okay to run content which is targeted more towards adult audiences
      53. We Are Experiencing Technical Difficulties — When something goes wrong, but a channel is still able to broadcast.
      54. 大胸女明星Web Video - Television made available over the Internet
      55. Welcome Titles - When original footage is used in the title sequence, usually to explore the show's world. More common in animated series as its rather expensive to do it in live action series.
      56. TV Strikes - When the TV writers strike, the quality of television suffers.
      57. Wrap It Up - A miniseries or movie intended to tie up the loose ends if a series is cancelled
      58. Your Television Hates You - An In-Universe trope about television, where a character tries to get their mind off their troubles by watching television, but every show and commercial they see somehow has something to do with their current problem.
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