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Chuck Pharis - Television
Vintage television receiving and broadcast equipment.
Documentation: German "Einheitsempfänger E1"
The one and only tv set of the German E1 (Telefunken, 1939) which is still in operating mode. The E1 was the world's first tv set with a flat screen and a rectangular picture tube.
Early Television Foundation
Early television hardware, restoration tips, database of prewar sets and historical TV information.
Early Television: Photo Collection
Personal photo album of Dr. Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, one of the people credited with the invention of television.
Ed Reitan's Color Television History
Traces the history of early color television. Includes a number of pictures.
Provides an overview of the history of pocket televisions.
History of public broadcasting
Timeline of developments in public TV and radio in the United States.
Library of American Broadcasting
University of Maryland 'Broadcasting Pioneers' museum.
NCSU Computer Graphics Lab 1970-78
Early graphics combining computers and television technology.
The Philo T. Farnsworth Archives
Site devoted to the man many believe invented, among other things, television.
The history of television invention from the black and white TV to color TV and digital TV. Includes information on some of the inventors along the way.
Television History - The First 75 Years
Features technical information, program guides, timelines, magazine advertisements, inventor biographies and photos of early TV sets.
Information on the recovery of the earliest recordings of television, describing the restoration of these recordings and their history.
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