The Industries was the first television made in the world

 The first mechanical television

The first mechanical television was invented by John Logie Baird in Britain in 1925, when Bird was able to transmit a moving image of a human face, and before that, Charles Francis Jenkins in the United States of America was able to Transmission of a stable image by means of radio waves without moving, and although the real television was invented in the twenties, the word television appeared for the first time in the year 1900 AD in the Paris exhibition by the French Constantin Perskyi. [1]

The first electronic television

The first electronic television (Electronic Televisions) in the world was invented by a young man at the age of 21, named Philo Taylor Farnsworth. Farnsworth thought about creating a system that could capture moving images and then convert them into codes transmitted by waves. The radio switched to different devices, so Farnsworth used a rudimentary camera that uses a beam of electrons to capture moving pictures, and the first image broadcast on Farnsworth's television was a simple line, then a picture of the US dollar sign ($) was transmitted, and by 1934 AD all were converted Televisions to electronic devices. [2]

The first color TV

The first color television appeared to the public in the United States of America in the year 1953 AD, where all televisions in previous years were in black and white, and there were three large companies that controlled the content displayed on the television network, and these companies are: ABC, Inc. CBS and NBC, where televisions only showed 13 television stations, and among the most prominent TV shows that were shown in that period were: [3]

Competition screenings, and documentaries.

Comedy shows.

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