This article is written as a part of the #BlogchatterA2Z Challenge for the Alphabet Y. The Theme for my Challenge is The Indian Television through the eyes of a 90s kid.
The Television cannot exist without its audience. The 90’s kids are someonme, who have lived through an era, where we had only one television in our entire neighbourhood to each of us having our own entertainment device.
As the choice of audience has also shifted along the years subject to the availability of the entertainment items. From waiting for Television shows every week to watching shows every minute, while eating, travelling and almost every time of the day. When I watch cartoons today with my 5 year old. I find the same stuff very repetative. Being the YouTube generation, we are kind of used to more variety of content than just watching the same ep[isodes again and again.
No wonder my son does not understand the concept of having to wait for a particular cartoon show to begin. We are more used to getting everything at our finger tips. The best part about being a 90’s kid is the adaptability. We are now adaptable to waiting for TV shows to begin as well as consume the content at any time of the day.
Yes we can binge watch and also complete our task. Though we continously crib about the 90s content being the best. We still enjoy our 4 more shots. Yes sometimes, it does become difficult for us to relate to the content shown on screen but that may also be because we are growing up and age is catching up with us.
So that was my article on Alphabet Y.
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