Early Television
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Postwar American Television

ProVideo Coalition Articles by Richard Wirth

A (Short) Broadcast History of the Tournament of Roses Parade
Cable Television
Camera Cranes from the Beginning
Cameras in the Sky
CBS and New York’s Grand Central Terminal
Communication Satellites
The Demise of NBC Burbank Part 2
Drive-in Movies
The Electronic Side of Color Media
From Kinescopes to Digital Cinema
Kinescope Recording – Television’s Antique Recording Medium
Ernie Kovaks: Making Comedy a Uniquely Television Experience
KTLA & the Atomic Bomb – Live!
LIve – From Coast to Coast!
Mechanical Television
The Mother of Invention of Videotape
A Recipe for Analog to Digital Video Transfer: Baking
Remote Broadcasts: Television's Traveling Road Show
Remote Productions: The Traveling Road Show Continues
A Requiem for NBC Burbank
Restoration of a Piece of Television History
A Short History of Color in Film and Television
SMPTE Time Code – Virtually Unchanged After Almost 50 Years
Television Comes to Germany
Television Firsts Surround the Crowning of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953
Television for the Troops
Television in Transition – The 1950’S Version
Television’s On Screen Graphics
Theatrical Television
Vintage TV Studios in Modern Film and Television
Vintage Video Collectiions
WDTV, DuMont Network and The 1948 FCC “Freeze”
When Hollywood Declared War on Television