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When Television was first published in March 1928 it described itself correctly as "The World's First Television Journal." Today it is an invaluable historical document in the field of mass communications with early issues already collectors' items.

The microform edition spans more than 50 years making it possible for researchers to track developments in the television industry from changing relations with the government including the televising of Parliament to the impact of cable and satellite broadcasting systems.

Individual reels may be purchased from this collection.

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