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The first electronic television was invented in 1927 by Philo Farnsworth. The first transmission of an image to a television was also done at this time by Bell Telephone and the Department of Commerce on April 7th. This was a historic event and broke the glass ceiling of modern electronics in a sense because now many people had new ideas about what was now possible. In 1930 the first commercial was aired and the BBC began regular television transmissions.

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Color television, between 1946 and 1950 researchers invented the worlds first electronic, monochrome compatible color television system. It was invented by the RCA; they invested $50 million in development of electronic television. It wasn't until the 1960s that the public began buying color TVs in earnest and in the 1970s the American public finally started purchasing more color TV sets than black-and-white ones. Judy Garland Wizard Of Oz, Color Television, Tv Vintage, Console Tv, Vintage Television, Television Set, Tv Sets, Take A Step Back, Judy Garland

Color television, between 1946 and 1950 researchers invented the worlds first electronic, monochrome compatible color television system. It was invented by the RCA; they invested $50 million in development of electronic television. It wasn't until the 1960s that the public began buying color TVs in earnest and in the 1970s the American public finally started purchasing more color TV sets than black-and-white ones.

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The First Thing - An Old Sony Television Strangely enough, the very first thing I thought of when I saw Craig Osgood's drawing of an astronaut was an old Sony television. I can't really remember the actual images that I saw on that television, but for some reason I think I remember going around to a friend's house in 1972 when I was 6 years old so that we could all watch something which was far more exciting than any Hollywood blockbuster of today, but which at the same time seemed entirely…

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