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Thanks to the development of the transistor, televisions became smaller and much more portable. Not surprisingly, as technology evolved, manufacturers competed to produce the tiniest of television receivers, some small enough to be worn on your wrist.
By the mid 1970s with the introduction of satellite, cable and pay-TV, a greater choice in channels appeared to contribute to a diversification of culture, rather than its homogenization.