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Living with the life changes of the Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought so many of America’s shortcoming to the fore.

It hit the entertainment industry extremely hard. Television series had to be put on hold and the late night talk show hosts had to do their shows from home without an audience greatly diminishing the humor of their shows

Game shows like Wheel of Fortune have been using re-runs of old shows for the past six months and any game show with an audience has been revised or put on hold.

The lack of technological expertise was openly obvious. The technology was so bad when it came to interviewing guests for the talk shows that many times their voices were garbled and their faces distorted. This is still going on and one wonders why their bevy of technical experts can’t fix it. Wolf Blitzer and other television news hosts have found it very difficult to do the interviews they have been doing for years because of the technological failures.

Many of the long running television adventure series have been put on hold because the stars were unable to tape the shows because of social distancing.

Stephen Colbert has tried his best to keep up the late night talk show, but it’s not the same with guests sitting at home speaking with garbled voices and vanishing faces. Many of his fans just stopped watching the show and are waiting for the virus to pass so he can get back on his regular routine.

Perhaps this virus will give the television industry the ambition to update their archaic system and totally modernize an industry that has been setting on it haunches without change for too many years.


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