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The Three Commandments Of TV

The Three Commandments Of TV

The new education is based on the speed-of-light electronic image, with new conceptions of knowledge and how it is acquired. There are three commandments that form the philosophy of the education which television offers:

No prerequisites: every television program must be a complete package in itself with no previous knowledge required. 

No perplexity: perplexity means low ratings. There must be nothing that has to be remembered, studied, applied or endured.  

No exposition: television-teaching always takes the form of story-telling, conducted through dynamic images and supported by music

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