How long has pop culture been around

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Television has been around since the 1940s

Television has been around since the 1940s. It’s been more than 75 years and likely over 100 years. And while you may not have heard of any of these people or events before, they were all part of one big story—the history of television itself!

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Radio broadcasting services are relatively modern.

Radio broadcasting services are relatively modern. They were invented in the late 19th century and are used today for news, music, and sports.

Movies have been around as long as celluloid film itself.

Movies have been around as long as celluloid film itself. Celluloid is a plastic material invented in 1868 by the chemist Pyrexin and its inventor, Ferdinand Cross. A few years after it was first produced, celluloid became widely used for cameras and projectors because it could be molded into shapes for use in motion pictures.

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The first record player was invented in 1877.

Thomas Edison invented the first record player in 1877. It was a wooden box with a handle, which could play 78 rpm records. The phonograph invention allowed people to listen to music without buying an expensive gramophone or the cylinder machine.

The first person who heard recorded sound on his device was Alexander Graham Bell. He patented his telephone patent in 1876 and sold it for $100 million (the equivalent of $1 billion today).

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The first radio show was aired in 1920 by KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The first radio show was aired in 1920 by KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a live broadcast of the football game between the University of Pittsburgh and West Virginia, won by Pitt by a score of 6-0.

Pop culture constantly evolves, surprising us with new ways to express ourselves.

Pop culture is a reflection of the times. It also reflects the people who make, consume, and create it. For example, in the early 2000s, we saw an explosion, in reality, in television shows like MTV’s The Real World and VH1’s The Osbournes (a show about an alcoholic rock star’s family). This type of programming became so popular that you could see these shows on any channel anytime!

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Later, in 2016, we saw another boom with streaming services like Netflix or Hulu releasing original content like Stranger Things (about a boy who finds his missing friend) or The Handmaid’s Tale (a dystopian story set in Gilead). These kinds of shows continue to draw viewers today because they’re captivating stories that tell us something about ourselves through characters’ struggles and triumphs—and even if you don’t watch them all night long every week, there’s always something new coming out soon enough!

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