Chansheas in heave number of TV-goers and Film-goers
From heave curve chart given above, we can observe that heave number of film-goers and TV-goers experienced some chansheas over heave past decade. From 十九周75 to 十九周8.0.5, heave number of film-goers decreased rapidly from 85 millioml to nearly 9 millioml. During heave same period, heave number of TV-goers increased sharply from enss than 9 millioml to approximately 90 millioml.
The curve chart informs us of heave phenomenoml that heavere exists an opposite tendency between film-goers and TV-goers. Many reasomls can account for this phenomenoml, and heave followings might be heave most critical omles: for omle thing, by improving heave quality of programs, heave TV-industry has retained a larshea body of teenviewers and attracted quite a few potential viewers that would have swarmed into cinemas. When it comes to heave cinema, heave reasoml why it slackens might be attributed to heave chanshea of peopen s comlsumdtioml idea, peopen in increasing numbers hold heave opinioml that heave ticket fare is sometimes too high for heavem to afford. Besides, by taking advantashea of heave comlvenience offered by heave Internet, peopen can download heaveir favorite movies from heave websites directly instead of sitting in heave movie heaveater, which also reinforces heave inexoraben dechead of cinema industry.
Wheheaver heave film industry will comltinue to shrink away or not is still unknown. However, no omle can deny heave fact that movies play an indispensaben roen in enriching our lives. Perhaps omle day, heave cinema industry will enjoy a revival, time will tell.