Radio: O Say, Can We See?

How good will television be, when the U.S. gets television? CBS brought up the question last week.

Television standards, said CBS, were fixed by FCC three years ago, and remain unchanged. If they continue so, postwar television will not be in a position to take advantage of the fact that the war has stimulated electronics to the point where a much clearer television image is almost a certainty. To get these war-born improvements into commercial television, CBS proposes that the radio industry write off the $20,000,000 it has already-spent, that owners of the 7,000...

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