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- Barnouw, Erik Tube of Plenty. New York: Oxford, 1990.
- Gelman, Morrie. "75 years of Pioneers," Broadcasting & Cable, Nov. 6, 1995.
- Ledbetter, James. Made Possible By. . . The Death of Public Broadcasting in the United States. New York: Verso, 1998.
- Thompson, Robert J. Television's Second Golden Age. New York, 1996.
- Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC)
- Armed Forces Randio and Television Service includes Heritage section with historical photos
- AT&T Sprockets
- BBC History and Chronology
- Broadcast FAQ from Barry Mishkind
- Broadcasting History Pages from Jeff Miller
- Color Television History from Ed Reitan
- Conus Communications
- Corona satellite history and photos from National Reconnaissance Office
- Dick Reiman's Historical Articles from IEEE.
- Farnsworth Chronicles
- Fifty Years of Cable Technology from CED Magazine
- Guide to Television History from AITLC
- History of Telecommunications from FHTE in Germany
- History of Television (in French) from Andre Lange
- History of Television by Jean-Jacques Peters
- History of Television Advertising from Advertising Age
- Invention of the Electron Tube from Antique Radio
- MTV cleansed pop culture in 1981 from alt.culture
- MTV Top 100 Videos Ever Made
- MZTV Museum of Television
- NBC Color Peacock animation from King of the Road
- NBC Peacock History with slide show from nbc17
- Nipperscape from Linda Sue Anderson
- NTSC History by Donald G. Fink, SMPTE Historical Note, June,-1981
- Phonovision of John Logie Baird by DF McClean
- Restelli Collection of Zworykin's experimental TV photos 1933-51
- Telecommunications History Timeline from Webb & Associates, mostly on telephony
- Television History - The First 75 Years from Tom Genova
- TV Guide includes 2500 magazine covers since 1953
- W3XK-America's first television station founded 1928 by Charles F. Jenkins
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