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Description: Army Navy Screen Magazine reviews the future of television technology

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Clip #: TFA-118C
Length: 9:38
Year: 1945
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
State: New York
City: New York
Subject: Manufacturing
Original: 16mm
1940s, Army-Navy Screen Magazine, aerial highway, aerial futuristic city scale model, television, transmission towers, Caldwell-Clements Publications, Editor Orestes H. Caldwell seated at desk in office and speaking about future of television, television studio, cameraman filming people in costume singing, boom operator, boom microphone, studio control room, producer / director speaking instructions into microphone, cameraman filming on dolly, NBC / RCA mobile televising units, mobile television production units, men setting up television camera on tripod, broadcasting sports events, televised sports, telecasting, cameramen filming horse race, men watching horse race on television, New York, New York City, cameraman filming Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia pitching first ball at baseball game, televised baseball game, baseball player Red Ruffing, Madison Square Garden, announcer talking into NBC microphone as cameraman films semi finals of Golden Gloves boxing tournament, televised United States Congress session, musical with dancing women being filmed in television studio, Halloran General Hospital, wounded soldiers watching television in hospital ward, people sitting on couch watching pre-war television set with small screen, working model of post-war television set with 16 x 22" screen, NBC television broadcast on television, WNBT New York, Editor Orestes H. Caldwell seated at desk in office and speaking about how television works, broadcast antennas on top of skyscrapers including Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, New York City cityscape including Chrysler Building, men fencing, cameraman filming fencers, television camera iconoscope, camera plate of iconoscope, image of fencers shown being transmitted from camera plate to receiver screen, boy watching fencers on television set, research scientists / engineers developing television technology, RCA President Brigadier General David Sarnoff seated at desk in office talking about his part in development of broadcast industry, male and female factory workers assembling television components, men assembling television camera and placing iconoscope inside camera, television monitor being turned on, facade radio and television service stores, facade Rabson's store, facade Bowl Radio Laboratory, Editor Orestes H. Caldwell seated at desk in office and concluding segment

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