• Abrina Syahyuda Wardhana Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
  • Pawito Pawito Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
  • Agung Satyawan Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta



television, Retired Civil Servants, lives, televisi, pensiunan Pegawai Negeri Sipil (PNS), kehidup


Television, as a prominent mass media over numerous decades, maintains its significant presence in the media landscape. Nevertheless, its influence and significance have evolved in response to technological advancements and changing consumer behaviour, particularly within the context of Retired Civil Servants’ lives. This literature review examined some research papers investigating television’s role in the lives of Retired Civil Servants. The study aimed to uncover the role of television in the lives of Retired Civil Servants. The findings demonstrated that television offers a multitude of advantages to Retired Civil Servants, such as encompassing information and entertainment, maintaining connections, delivering educational content, providing health and wellness information, promoting relaxation and stress reduction, fostering social interaction, facilitating the sharing of hobbies and interests, staying current with popular culture, gaining cultural and historical insights, and engaging in cognitive activities


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How to Cite

Wardhana, A. S. ., Pawito, P., & Satyawan, A. . (2024). TELEVISION IN RETIRED CIVIL SERVANTS’ LIVES. National Conference on Applied Business, Education, &Amp; Technology (NCABET), 3(1), 646–658.