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Since 2015 Donald Trump has been a ratings juggernaut for cable news networks and the news division of broadcast television. Now seven years later and 17 months since he left office, the actions of the former President continue to attract eyeballs to the television set. As a result, news networks have been dominating cable ratings and broadcasters have more aggressively covered live congressional hearings.
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Supreme Court confirmation hearings: The often-contentious Brett Kavanaugh hearings in September 2018 included testimony from Dr. Christine Blasey. The three cable news networks and three broadcast networks televised the hearings for almost nine hours delivering a combined TV average audience of 20.4 million viewers.
Impeachment trials: The first Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump in January 2020 was televised on three broadcast and three cable news networks. The first day of the trial lasted 12-hours and averaged 11 million viewers. The second day of the trial also started just past 12 noon and ended at 9:43 p.m. (ET), and averaged 8.9 million viewers.
The default settings on many TVs don't always offer the best picture, especially when you consider that each video source (cable box, media streamer, Blu-ray player, game system) likely has its own ideal settings that apply. If you haven't delved into your TV's menu system, you might be dealing with annoying quirks you didn't even know you could resolve. Here are easy fixes to four common TV picture problems.
For any modern game system, media hub, cable box, or computer that outputs at 1080p (1,920 by 1,080 pixels) or 4K (3,840 by 2,160 pixels), you want your TV to display the signal pixel-for-pixel if it's an option. In the Picture Size menu, select Direct or Just-Fit. This will tell your TV to show off any video it gets from your connected device as it receives it, without stretching or cropping anything. This simple option can fix any weird distortion you see when you're watching TV.
If you connect a computer or some other device to your TV, you might experience another problem: overzealous overscan. Before digital TV was broadcast, TV signals transmitted more of the picture than was intended to be shown on the TV. This extra frame is known as overscan, and TVs are designed to trim it off. Look through your TV's menu system for a separate option called Overscan. It will likely be near the Picture Size option in the menu, but it could appear anywhere (including the Advanced Settings). Set Overscan to Off or Disable and you'll finally see the full picture.
Even though sermons on platforms like YouTube, Facebook Live, and Zoom may be gaining traction because of Covid-19, churches have been embracing technology for some time now. Before churches could live stream, many recorded their sermons and distributed them either for free or for a fee. Others had their Sunday services aired by major broadcasters.