Television

Industry

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Comments
 

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Equivalent Domain
TV (Arts & Entertainment, Hulu, TVRage, The TVDB, Wikipedia, yes, The Colbert Report)
 

Netflix Genre

Titles
 

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Broadcast Genre

Content
 

TV Genre

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Vocabulary Equivalent Topic

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Television (Television, Radio vision, TV, Here are entered general works on television and general technical works on equipment.)
 

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Wasteland Speech (Newton N. Minow)
 

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ABERT
AHDS Performing Arts
ATVSI
 

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Alt.tv.simpsons
Battlecam
 

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Visual Art Medium

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Invention

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Software Genre

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Broadcast Content

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KWTopic

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television early development by vladimir zworykin (Vladimir Zworykin)
television early development by alan archibald campbell-swinton (Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton)
television development aided by paul gottlieb nipkow (Paul Gottlieb Nipkow)
television early development by john logie baird (John Logie Baird)
Connections to
vladimir zworykin a developer of television (Vladimir Zworykin)
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Historically, no single person can be credited with the invention of television, as the perfection of the modern television system was the result of a number of isolated discoveries in the related fields of electricity, electromagnetism, and electrochemis (Details)
Although television is based on photoelectric technology, its initial developments are linked to pioneering attempts in the mid-19th century to send still images down a telegraph wire. (Details)
In 1873, Louis May, a British telegrapher, discovered what we consider today to be the basics of photo-conductivity, as he found that bars of selenium, when exposed to light, were a strong conductor of electricity. (Details)
KWType
Artefact
Assessment
The electronic transmission and reception of sound and visual images by electronic means.
Category
engineering and technology
Disciplines
optical broadcasting system
electronics
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