World Television Day celebrated on 21 November to highlight the daily value of television that it plays in communication and globalisation. On 21 November and 22 November, 1996, the U.N. held the first World Television Forum. It provides a platform and allowed the media to discuss the importance of TV in delivering information and also how it participating in the changing world. It is the single largest source of video consumption. Therefore, UN General Assembly on 17 December 1996 through resolution 51/205 established 21 November as World Television Day to commemorate the date on which World Television Forum was held. It was done by seeing the impact of Television on the process of decision-making. Television is a major tool and so acknowledged in informing, channeling, and affecting public opinion. We can’t deny its impact on world politics . Various people meet together and promote World Television Day including journalists, writers, bloggers who spread and share their views regarding the role of television through print media, broadcast media, and also through social media. In schools, several guest speakers are invited to talk about media and communication issues. They discuss topics like what is the role of television in our lives, how television promotes cultural diversity and a common understanding, how it provides a link between democracy and television, and also the role of television in social, political, and economic developments. To outline the importance of television to democracy, peace, and world stability, various conferences and lectures are held all over the world. This day also renews the role of governments, organisations, and individuals to support the development of television media in providing unbiased information about important issues and events that affect society. Therefore,World Television Day is celebrated on 20 November to raise awareness among people about the role that it plays in communication and globalisation, make people informed, etc.