The Story of Television
Read about the visionaries who predicted the coming of television
A homage to some of the most influential pioneers and their achievements.
Development leading up to the outbreak of war and the suspension of television broadcasts in the UK for its duration
Television broadcasts continued throughout the war in the U.S. and parts of Europe. British television broadcasts recommenced in mid-1946.
Generally accepted as being the decade in which the Golden Age began on both sides of the Atlantic
The pinnacle of the Golden Age - the decade also marked the coming of colour television to many homes and the switch to filming of the most popular shows in colour as a consequence
As more and more UK homes switched to colour TV, family entertainment the likes of which had never been seen before burst onto our screens in vivid colour
'The Story of Television' ©2009 Paul Pert
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