60s tv

Step back in time to the swinging 60s with these iconic TV shows. From groovy dramas to hilarious sitcoms, explore the best shows from this unforgettable era.
Pt. 4 In 1940 a man by the name of Peter Goldmark invented a mechanical colored television set based on the designs of John Baird’s plans from 1928. It was authorized by the FCC, Federal Communications Commission, and declared a “national standard” in October of 1950 even though there were some problems with the early designs. While these new television sets were bulky and were not compatible with the earlier black & white sets, CBS began public broadcasting in 1951 on the East Coast. Vintage, Retro, Design, Vintage Tv, Vintage Radio, Vintage Television, Retro Tv, Old Tv, White Tv

Pt. 4 In 1940 a man by the name of Peter Goldmark invented a mechanical colored television set based on the designs of John Baird’s plans from 1928. It was authorized by the FCC, Federal Communications Commission, and declared a “national standard” in October of 1950 even though there were some problems with the early designs. While these new television sets were bulky and were not compatible with the earlier black & white sets, CBS began public broadcasting in 1951 on the East Coast.

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Joshua Phillips
Vintage TV: Retro Vintage, Vintage Photos, Retro, Vintage, Vintage Radio, Vintage Television, Vintage Tv, Retro Tv, Vintage Space

Jun 13, 2015 - What a terrific book for Back to School Story of three children who get a behind the scenes look at their local TV station there are color photos on every page showing the kids visiting with the weatherman, newsman, cameramen, receptionist, station manager, etc. great retro photographs of the camera equipment, clothin…

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Denny Griffin
"RCA, 1954" via #RCA Fans @Susan Shearer  DiSessa & @Jazz'e Junque Inc Mercedes DiRenzobolduc

#RCA is #MadeforMoments! Providing the latest #technology at the highest value, our consumer electronics have entertained families for 100 years. #RCA100

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RCA
it's the inuit art that makes this so special Retro Vintage, Old Tv, Record Players, Tv Console, Vintage Tv, Old Radios, Tv, Retro Tv, Vintage Radio

Date: 1960 Source Type: Postcard Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Canadian Post Card Company (#35352-B), appears to be a Dexter Press postcard Postmark: None Collection: Steven R. Shook Remark: Sparton brands of television sets were produced the Sparton Corporation (originally called Sparks Withington) in Jackson, Michigan, and later in London, Ontario, Canada. The television shown above was produced in Canada after the manufacturing facility in the United States was closed. Text on…

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