The History of Television

The History of Television

Book - 2010
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Innovations in technology have made televisions cheaper, smaller, and more numerous than anyone could have imagined, and their technological contributions have extended human vision and hearing beyond the limits of distance. This compelling volume dives deep into the technology that made television the dominant means of accessing entertainment and information, and explores in great detail the personalities responsible for this advancement. Relevant topics covered in edition include: the early development of television, building a national audience for television programs, the effects of television on society, the dawn of the cable era and specialized programing for everyone, and the future of television.
Publisher: Detroit, MI : Lucent Books, [2010], ©2010
ISBN: 9781420501629
Branch Call Number: 621.388 Na
Description: 104 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm


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