The history of television - The history of television is a...

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The history of television is a long and interesting one. The statue and Hall of Fame Plaza were conceived and overseen by production designer Jan Scott, winner of 11 Primetime Emmy awards more than any other woman in the history of television. In 1950 the second longest running comedy in the history of television first appeared on the air. The history of television is short, but compared to the telephone and the computer, it hasn't kept up with the advance of technology. Broadcasting The company also began broadcasting regular programs, including scenes captured by a mobile unit and, on May 17, 1939, the first televised baseball game Ñ between Princeton and Columbia universities. By 1941 the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), RCA's main competition in radio, was broadcasting two 15-minute newscasts a day to a tiny audience on its New York television station. The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 1941 ruling that the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) had to sell one of its two radio networks was upheld by
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