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How did the invention of television change the nature of political communication? It made other forms of media like newspapers and the radio obsolete in terms of spreading a message. It gave the public audience the ability to see what officials looked like and see the effects of their actions. It caused people to spend more time consuming entertainment programming rather than political events. It led to the creation of regulatory agencies that prevent news stations from taping public officials' speeches.

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    i think Television changed the nature of political communication because it B.) gave the public audience the ability to see what officials looked like and see the effects of their actions

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    @Nurali thanks! Mind helping me with some others??

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    Anytime.

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