Television: The Hue of All Flesh

TV's latest cry is hue, so much so that 10% of U.S. households that have television now have color. Half of those sets were bought last year, and at the present sales rate, the percentage of TV homes with color will approach 25% by next spring, two-thirds by 1970. The only catch is that despite the $1.5 billion they splurged on color in 1965, and despite vast improvements in tuning control, purchasers have discovered that good reception is something that mere money still cannot buy—it takes practice and patience.

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