...professional communicators pay heed
I suspect this is difficult to answer as there have been literally thousands.
Do these TV titles spring to mind?
And would you answer with these?
- The Thornbirds (1984)
- World Cup semi-final - England v Germany (1990)
- Eastenders - Episode: Who Shot Phil Butcher? (2001)
The TV pick-up explained
This gives a strong indication of a programme's popularity. Over the years, this phenomenon has occurred around numerous broadcasts and enabled National Grid to provide news updates and show how its engineers are experienced in anticipating and managing these power surges effectively (download this from National Grid for an insight 'Balancing Supply & Demand').
The effect of on-demand
For professional communicators, this is yet another example of a changing society. We must factor in the influence of media platforms, technological advances and audience requirements when developing and delivering communication programmes.