Radio: Television

Londoners have television in their homes, pubs and clubs. France has constructed an Eiffel Tower transmitter, expects to telecast to the public within a few months. Germans have television-equipped telephone service between Berlin and Leipzig, can ring up faces as well as voices. But in the U. S., where the radio industry is private and the broadcasters have to play the game with their own chips, caution has kept television in the laboratory experimental stage.

RCA now makes an experimental receiving set which projects into a slanting mirror a greenish, almost lineless image 7½...

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