The Things We Learn From Television

Kenny, Tom
April 2010
Mix;Apr2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p6
The article presents the author's views related to the relationship between music and television. He states that music companies including Music Mix Mobile are composing music for television. He stated that television technology is facing advancements in the sports and entertainment programs. He also stated that the games in television have been improved with visual effects and playback. The author suggests that there are epistles available for the consumers to download music.


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