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1927 In Television

List of years in television (table)

The year 1927 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1927.

Contents

  • Global television events 1
  • Births 2
  • References 3

Global television events

Month Day Event
January 07 Philo Farnsworth applies for an image dissector tube patent, which used caesium to produce images electronically.
April 07 Bell Telephone Company transmits a speech by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover 320 kilometers over telephone lines, which becomes the first successful long distance demonstration of television. Experimental station 3XN in Whippany, New Jersey is used to transmit 1,575 kHz video and 1,450 kHz radio. The system uses a flying-spot scanner, and is seen on Nipkow disc receivers with two-inch, 50-line images, and on a two-foot neon tube display. It was developed by Herbert E. Ives and Frank Gray. Edna Mae Horner, an operator at the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, assisted the transmission and became the first woman on television; she helped guests in Washington, D.C., exchange greetings with the audience in New York [1]. Throughout the presentation, viewers in New York could see and hear Edna [2].
May 23 The first demonstration of television before a large audience. Nearly 600 members of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers view the demonstration at the Bell Telephone Building in New York City.
24 John Logie Baird transmits a television signal from London to Glasgow by telephone line.
September 07 Philo Farnsworth achieves an experimental electronic television image, of a straight line, at his laboratory at 202 Green Street in San Francisco.[1]
20 John Logie Baird demonstrates the first ever system for recording television. His Phonovision VideoDisc apparatus records 30-line television pictures and sound on conventional 78 rpm gramophone records.

Births

Month Day Name Occupation/Accolades
January 3 William Boyett U.S. actor (Adam-12). (died 2004)
17 Eartha Kitt U.S. actress and singer. (died 2008)
27 Jerry Haynes U.S. actor ("Mr Peppermint") (died 2011)
February 15 Carlos Romero U.S. actor. (died 2007).
Harvey Korman U.S. actor and comedian. (died 2008)
May 04 Terry Scott British actor and comedian (d. 1994).
September 16 Peter Falk U.S. actor (Columbo) (died 2011).
October 1 Tom Bosley U.S. actor (Happy Days and Murder, She Wrote) (died 2011).
14 Roger Moore British actor (The Saint).
November 28 Chuck Mitchell U.S. actor (died 1992).
30 Robert Guillaume U.S. actor (Benson).


References

  1. ^ Farnsworth first electronic video image.
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