Difference between TV and Radio?

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The main difference between TV and radio is simply the fact that TV has a video component, but there are other differences. Radio relies heavily on local advertisers while television uses local and national ads. Radio scheduling works around people's commute and work hours, while television scheduling revolves around evening plans.
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