Volume 1 number 1 of "Television" monthly magazine, "The Official Organ of the Television Society", published by Television Press Limited, British, March 1928.
‘Television’ was an early magazine for television enthusiasts, published in the UK and edited by Alfred Dinsdale. The magazine gave guidance on building home-made televisions using technology pioneered by John Logie Baird. Commercially produced televisions were not available until later and the first issue of the magazine considered the future possibility of mass commercially produced sets.
- Radio Communication
- Object Number:
- visual and verbal communication
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