Why TV doesn’t buffer?


In Streaming services, buffering is downloading a certain amount of data before playing the video. Buffering usually occurs when there is a problem with internet speed.


Video Streaming platforms are based on content on demand. Everyone wants to see different videos. Internet cables have their own bandwidth. So that’s why we see buffering on slow internet.


TV works on principle of broadcasting not the internet. The same to everyone at the same time even when TV is off. Our antenna catches those frequencies and we see different channels.

For Example

Shop A sells only cold drinks and Shop B sells cold drinks & fast food. So the queue in shop A is small and limited which require less time. But the queue in Shop B is vast and want many more things. This will require more time.

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