In December 1996 the United Nations designated 21 November as World Television Day, to celebrate the fact that the very first World Television Conference was held in early 1996. The first World Television Day featured some of the earliest digital broadcasts and introduced the concept of digital entertainment to the world. The first Television World Conference was in Doha, Qatar. The conference resulted in the founding of the TV channel Universal Music Video, or UMA.

Today the world is abuzz with all things electronic. One of the most important issues of the modern age is of course the global issues of high inflation and the growing economic power of the oil producing cartel OPEC, which is causing shortages and price increases. The tensions between these forces are causing major rifts in the overall economies of many countries, creating major headaches for consumers. The outcome of these conflicts will largely be decided in Doha, during the forthcoming World Television day.

The main challenge on the agenda of the twenty-first century is the struggle between the major industrial nations of the world who are locked in competition for raw materials and the developing world who are struggling to feed their people. On this occasion the leaders of the world gathered in Doha, Qatar to discuss these issues, which are of critical importance to the future of mankind. One of the most important issues of the gathering was the future of the digital television. It was decided that the first world forum would involve no less than three of the leading media personalities from around the world, including the French President, the UK’s Queen Elizabeth and Mexican President, Mr. Felipe Calderon. All the leading media figures met together in Doha to discuss the digital television, the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for both sides of the digital divide.

The French President, Jacques Chirac, presented his country with a very strong proposal for the conference. This was a very important proposal which included subsidies for the producers of the November Olympics Games. This proposal received warm welcome by all the participants, but some say that the proposal may not go far enough. Other nations present at the meeting did not agree with the proposal. The absence of any commitment by the Chinese government to the European proposal on the November world television day was felt as another setback for the progress made on the global issues discussed in Doha.

In reaction to the meeting, the Chinese government issued a statement that accused the European Union of reneging on its commitments on the issue. There were claims that the meeting failed to achieve the objectives set out in the pre-conference document. The first world forum was held to discuss the issues surrounding the digital divide, which is believed to be one of the biggest problems facing humanity today. The issues concerned were climate change, the environment, poverty and social justice. It is believed that the success of the meeting is largely dependent on the outcome of the negotiations between the Chinese and the EU.

The pre-bid conference made it clear that the issue which is preoccupying the minds of the participants is the free trade area. The free trade area is seen as a platform for China and EU to reach an agreement on issues ranging from agriculture to automobiles. China is also believed to be looking forward to increase its presence in the European market. China is said to be looking forward to the functioning of the World Wide Web as a global information exchange system. This means that the Chinese might use the World Television Day to promote its own products and promote its website on the television set.

The first world forum was held in Geneva and is being conducted with the support of UNESCO. It is hoped that the event will help boost cooperation between the Chinese and the EU on the issues which are of great importance to mankind. A similar event is also expected to take place later this year in Doha, Qatar. The first world television day is planned to take place on the occasion of the UN world tourism day. This will be the platform for China and the EU to promote their respective products in the market.

In fact the Chinese government is also considering a separate World tourism day, which will be declared November 21st during the month of December. On this occasion the EU and China will work out a common trade scheme in the agricultural sector. agriculture has been one of the stumbling blocks in China’s accession to the European market. The event is expected to provide China with much needed confidence in the eyes of the European consumers.