1946 in television - The BBC resumes television broadcasting after its suspension during the Second World War. RCA demonstrates all-electronic color television system. FCC issues first network license to DuMont.
1945 in television - DuMont begins first network broadcasts, August 9. Applies for first network license.
1907 in television - Boris Rosing transmits silhouette images of geometric shapes, using a Nipkow disc, mirror-drum, and a cathode-ray tube receiver.
1900 in television - The word television is coined by Constantin Perskyi at the International Electricity Congress in Paris.
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