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timeline of television
Transcript of timeline of television
2010 & 2014
Timeline of the Television
In 1950 the television took a different shape. Television operated under the authority of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission.
By the 1970s the television was well developed. Many children were now putting televisions in their room. The most know television show in the 1970s was the "Brady Bunch".
By 1976 televisions were very common and popular. In 1976 the first VCR came out. (Video Cassette Recorder) This started a new trend of movie players.
The first true flat screen TV was invented in the early 1990s. Today flat screen TVs are all you see, but there are some people who still have box TVs.
The first smart TV came out in the late 1990s. A smart TV is a TV that connects or is referred to as hybrid TV. This TV has things like Hulu, Netflix, and many other programs to add to your TV.
Philo Farnsworth invented the first television in 1927. He was only 21 years old and the television did not have many if any features.
The first color television was invented in 1940 by John Logie Baird. At first the only colors used were red, green, and blue. The first color tv program was NBC presentation in RCA color.
The first 3D TV came out in 2010. Many 3D TV's come with 3D glasses. In 2014 the newest TV is the Samsung Curve TV came out. This TV is literally curved and makes you feel as if you were in the setting of what you are watching.