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Early Television Museum on the History Channel

The History Channel filmed a segment on mechanical television, including the CBS field sequential system, for its series Modern Marvels named Modern Marvels - Failed Inventions. They also filmed a segment for their show Modern Marvels -60s Technology, featuring early color television.

Early Television

In February of 2006 the History Channel sent a crew to videotape a show about mechanical television at the museum. The show, part of their Modern Marvels series, is titled "Failed Inventions", and includes a segment on mechanical television. The show is now being aired.

Early Television

Kate Robbins, Professor of Theatre at Otterbein College, applies makeup


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Donna Chambers, with makeup similar to that used for mechanical TV in the 20s.

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Donna in front of the scanner

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Producer Dave Garrison and cameraman Scott Winters

In 2007, The History Channel came to the museum and videotaped another segment for a show on 1960s technology, titled Modern Marvels, 60s Technology. The segment describes color television technology. It premieres on May 16, 2007.