The television has become an essential part of human life. Television channels have various niches, such as information, entertainment, and news. There are thousands of TV channels throughout the world that broadcast in a variety of languages and topics. The occurrence of Man landing and walking on the Moon in 1969 is still regarded as the greatest and most fascinating event in history.
Despite the fact that the transmission was missed for a variety of reasons, including broadcasting restrictions in some areas and a lack of television access, the landing happened at midnight. The opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics was seen by billions of people across the world; the precise figure is unknown, but it is estimated that about 2 billion people watched the live event of the 2008 Olympics. The Spring Festival
9. John F.Kennedy Funeral
John F. Kennedy is the 35th President of the United States, and the funeral took place in Washington D.C on November 25, 1963. The funeral event broadcasted on many TV Channels worldwide.
Total Viewers: 180,000,000
8. Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton
The event took place on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey in London the groom is Prince William and the bride Catherine Middleton.
Total Viewers: 350,000,000
7. 2011 Cricket World Cup Semi-Final
The Semifinal match between India vs. Pakistan., The event was broadcasted live on ESPN Star which was held on 30 March 2011 in Mohali Stadium, Punjab, India.
Total Viewers: 400,000,000
6. Aloha from Hawaii
It is a music performance that was aired live via satellite on January 14, 1973, and was mostly given by Elvis Presley. The satellite-enabled most people in the Americas and Europe to see television.
Total Viewers: 400-500 Million
5. First Human Walk on the surface of the Moon
The Apollo spacecraft successfully landed and walked on the moon during the first trip to the moon with three crew members. On July 16, 1969, the spacecraft touched down.
Total Viewers: Around 500,000,000
4. 2006 FIFA World Cup Final
The football match between Italy and France was held in the Olympiastadion in Berlin in 2006, with 69,000 fans in attendance.
Total Viewers: 715,000,000
3. Spring Festival Gala
Spring Festival Gala is a Chinese New Year special produced in 2014 by China Central Television (CCTV-2). The event was broadcast in standard Mandarin. The program has a range of shows that last around 270 minutes and include music, dance, comedy, and drama performances. The show debuted in 1983.
Total Viewers: 1,000,000,000
2. Rescue of Chilean Miners
The 2010 Copiapo mining accident is well-known. It is a 121-year-old copper mining area and one of the world’s driest and hardest areas. The survival of miners was shown live on television across the world, with almost a billion spectators tuning in.
Total Viewers: Around 1,000,000,000
1. 2008 Olympics Opening Ceremony
This event was held at the Beijing National Stadium in China, and it featured nearly 14,000 artists in several sections. The opening ceremony lasted around four hours and was believed to have cost $100 million to create.
Total Viewers: Around 2,000,000,000