The Hill: Television for the 21st Century, Thomas Hazlett

Television for the 21st century - The Hill's Congress Blog - Mozilla Firefox 3272012 52925 PM

Eyes were wide when television was unveiled at the 1939 World’s Fair. Incredulous onlookers were so suspicious of the technology that a glass TV set had to be constructed, an attempt to convince skeptics that the product was not a hoax. But the awestruck were right to be wary. Social upheaval was soon to follow.  Full article available at thehill.com.  http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/technology/166141-television-for-the-21st-century. 

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