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Early Electronic Television Demonstrations

RCA rented equipment to radio stations and department stores around the country in 1939 to allow them to demonstrate television. Many of the below demonstrations used this equipment

Alleghany County, Pennsylvania (KDKA) (1939) Minneapolis (KSTP) (1938)
Baird T-5 in Detroit (1938) New Orleans (1939)
Boston, Massachusetts (1939) Norman, Oklahoma (1939)
British demonstrations (1936) Oklahoma City (1939)
Braunschweig, Germany (1938) Oklahoma Television Tour (1944)
Bucharest, Romania (1938) Palm Beach, Florida (1939)
Chicgo, Illinois (WMAQ) (1939) Pittsburgh (KDKA) (1939)
Chicago, Illinois (Marshall Fields) (1939) Portland (1939)
Cincinnati, Ohio (WLW) (1939) Reading, Pennsylvania Fair (1940)
Cincinnati, Ohio (Kolster Radio) (1939) Richmond, Virginia (1940)
Fort Collins, Colorado (1939) St. Louis (KDYL) (1939)
Fort Wayne, Indiana (Farnsworth) (1939) Salt Lake City (1939)
Franklin Institute - Philadelphia (1939) Seattle (1939)
Golden Gate Exposition - San Francisco (1939-40) Texas State Fair (1940)
Illinois State Fair (WLS) (1939) Toronto (1939)
Illinois State Fair (1940) Washington, DC (1939)
Indiana State Fair (WLS) (1939) Washingtod, DC in airplane (1939)
Los Angeles (1938) Worlds Fair - New York (1939-40)

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