Sony and Nielson have just announced the results of a survey of U.S. viewers to determine the most memorable TV moments from the past fifty years. Here’s how The Telegraph described their process:
The survey, by Sony Electronics and the Nielsen TV research company, rank TV moments for their impact, not just by asking people if they remembered watching them, but if they recalled where they watched it, who they were with and whether they talked to other people about what they had seen.
Here’s a list of the top twenty, and here’s a video from CBS News about the results.
Though it doesn’t quite fit, I’m adding this to The Best Sites To See “Photos That Changed The World.”
It seems to me that it might be interesting to ask students what they would pick, or perhaps see if they would want to do survey of their classmates and compare the results…