Television Through the Ages

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Television Through the Ages

Television Through the Ages

Many modern day televisions are called 'SmartTVs,' mainly for the fact that they have an internet connection. Other TVs use 3D technology to broadcast shows. Televisions come in much different shapes and sizes now than when first invented. Today you can buy a flatscreen television, instead of the old, clunky 'box TVs.' Most television sets use a satellite to receive images. The satellite image is projected from the original source to a satellite, to a broadcast center and directly into your home. People watch TV from everywhere and can easily change the program with the click of a remote.

Present

Past

The first electronic television was invented in 1927 by US farm boy Philo Farnsworth. The black and white screen worked using electrical scanning methods.

Colour television was introduced in the 1950s, but didn't become more popular than black and white television until the 1970s.

Fun Fact– The average American watches between 2.5 to 5 hours of television daily.

1930s

1950s

1960s

1990s

2000s

The interior of a TV

Satellites


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