A History of Early Television, Volume 1

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Stephen Herbert
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Performing Arts - 400 pages
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"These volumes gather together a selection of books, articles and news items relating to this first developmental period of television."--Introduction.
 

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Contents

Contents
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Fantasies and predictions and the first proposals for a practical system
13
Seeing by Telegraph H Trueman Wood in R Brown ed Science for
26
Television Collected addresses and papers on the future of the new art
27
PART 2
33
Letters John Logie BairdAVill Day
40
Selfridges Circular 1925
48
Items from Science and Invention 1928
56
Public policy
126
CHAPTER III
141
Television broadcast stations 1937
143
CHAPTER IV
152
Probable Influences of Television on Society David Sarnoff Journal
157
CHAPTER V
173
The Cathoderay Oscillograph
199
CHAPTER VIII
216

Television A Struggle for Power Frank C Waldrop and Joseph Borkin
59
Trouble in heaven
80
INTRODUCTORY 17
85
The somnolent cinema
91
Past is prologue
101
PART 3
105
CHAPTER II
107
Return of a pioneer
116
Amalgamated
123
CHAPTER IX
233
CHAPTER X
248
APPENDIX 172
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Items from the early years of Television magazine 192834
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George Newnes Ltd 1935
313
and Dr G A Morton
339
PART 5
369
The Television Machine in The Modern Handy Book for Boys Jack Bechdolt
373
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