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Introduction Television is a telecommunication  medium for transmitting and receiving  images that can be monochromatic or  multicolored. Images are usually accompanied by  sound.
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Introduction Color Television Cable Television Remote Control Plasma Television Evolution of TV.
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Colour Television A German patent in 1904 contained the  earliest recorded proposal for a colour  television system. This was unsuccessful  though. A successful color TV system began  commercial broadcasting first authorized  by the FCC on December 17, 1953 based  on a system authorized by RCA.
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Colour Television Between 1946 and 1950 the  research staff of RCA laboratories  invented the world’s first  electronic, monochrome  compatible, color television  system.
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Cable Television Formerly known as Community antenna  television or CATV. Born in the mountains  of Pennsylvania in 1948.
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