Radio: On the Way

Color television, the industry's answer to 3-D, was off to a hopeful start. The Federal Communications Commission, assembled in Manhattan last week for a look at the latest in color TV, saw the result of months of work by the National Television System Committee, representing major manufacturers and networks, whose job it was to develop compatible color j standards that FCC would approve.

To show what could be done. NBC, CBS and Du Mont each took a turn transmitting scenes ordered by FCC: NBC ran off a short variety show, then bounced | some...

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