Before the Federal Commmunications Commission Washington, D. C. : Petition of Radio Corporation of American and National Broadcasting Company, Inc. for approval of color standards for the RCA color television system. V. K. Zworykin's copy.

Publisher Information: Washington DC: RCA and NBC, 1953. First edition.

RCA (Radio Corporation of America). Before the Federal Communications Commission Washington, D. C.: Petition of Radio Corporation of America and National Broadcasting Company, Inc. for approval of color standards for the RCA color television system. Washington, D.C.: RCA and NBC, 1953. 697pp. 255 x 180 mm. Original red soft covers, margins a bit faded. Very good. Laid in is an 11-page reproduced typescript press release on RCA letterhead, dated 25 June 1953, titled “RCA and NBC petition FCC to adopt standards permitting commercial broadcasting of compatible color television.” From the library of television pioneer Vladimir K. Zworykin (1888-1982), with his initials written in his hand on the front wrapper and the first page of the press release.

First Edition. All-electronic color television, based on the dot-sequential color technology developed by RCA, was introduced in the United States in 1953 after being approved by the FCC. From the library of television pioneer Vladimir K. Zworykin (1888-1982), with his initials written in his hand on the front wrapper and the first page of the press release. Zworykin played a key role in the development of RCA’s color television system.

Book Id: 51074

Price: $950.00

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