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Video Timeline. By: Jordan Ray. 1884. German inventor Paul Nipkow develops a rotating-disc technology to transmit pictures over wire. 1927. American engineer Philo T. Farnsworth develops the dissector tube, the basis of current all-electronic televisions. 1929.

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Video Timeline

By: Jordan Ray

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1884
  • German inventor Paul Nipkow develops a rotating-disc technology to transmit pictures over wire.
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1927
  • American engineer Philo T. Farnsworth develops the dissector tube, the basis of current all-electronic televisions.
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1929
  • The struggling radio network, CBS is bought by William S. Paley. Through Paley's management, the corporation grew and expanded to include radio and television, recorded music, musical instruments, and publishing.
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1937
  • The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Broadcasts the procession of the coronation of King George VI from Hyde Park Corner. This represents the 1st. notable broadcast outside the USA.
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1939
  • RCA and researcher Vladimir Zworykin research and perform experimental telecasts from the Empire State Building, in New York City. These efforts culminated in the debut of television at the 1939 Worlds Fair.
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1943
  • ABC was born, as a result of a government forced split of NBC. The network was bought by candy manufacturer Edward J Noble, who gave it it's namesake. 
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1945
  • The FCC approves the use of 13 VHF band carrier frequencies, to be used for communications by police and fire departments - and television. Due to adjacent-channel interference, only 7 channels can operate in any 1 market.
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1946
  • 6000 television sets are sold in the US.   - CBS demonstrates it's UHF-band color TV system to the FCC. The system is incompatible with the existing black-and-white standard, though company officials have designed an inexpensive converter for the countries 250,000 black-and-white sets.
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1949
  • At the start of the year, television is attracting 19 percent of the broadcast audience. By December it draws 41 percent.
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1951
  • The worlds first videotape recorder is tested at Bing Crosby's Los Angeles studios. The tape runs at 100 inches/second, and the recorder's reel holds 16 minutes of programming. 
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1954
  • 500 television sets are sold in 12 months
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1959
  • Sony, Matsushita, Toshiba, and JVC introduce helical-scan recording, a method using less tape than the existing standard.
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1962
  • The federal government requires that all new televisions be capable of receiving both VHF and UHF bands.
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1963
  • The 1st home videotape recorders are demonstrated. Ampex sells its version exclusively through Neiman-Marcus for $30,000. The unit is nicknamed Grant's Tomb, for its size as well as for the company's marketing director.