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'''Television''' (coloquelly refered to as '''TV''' or '''Tellie''') is a technology involving the transmission of moving images by electric signal, either using wires or via radio waves. The first electric television screen was developed by Kenjiro Takayanagi in 1926. Television first emerged as a form of mass media in the late 1930s and exploded in significance in the developed world during the 1950s.
 
'''Television''' (coloquelly refered to as '''TV''' or '''Tellie''') is a technology involving the transmission of moving images by electric signal, either using wires or via radio waves. The first electric television screen was developed by Kenjiro Takayanagi in 1926. Television first emerged as a form of mass media in the late 1930s and exploded in significance in the developed world during the 1950s.
 
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File:TV.jpg
A 1950s era Television set

Television (coloquelly refered to as TV or Tellie) is a technology involving the transmission of moving images by electric signal, either using wires or via radio waves. The first electric television screen was developed by Kenjiro Takayanagi in 1926. Television first emerged as a form of mass media in the late 1930s and exploded in significance in the developed world during the 1950s.

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