Early Television Museum
2007 Early Television Convention
The 2007 Early Television Convention was held on Friday, May 4, Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6 at the Early Television Museum in Hilliard, Ohio. The buffet lunch, presentations, and banquet were at the Makoy Center, a conference facility about 2 blocks from the museum.
John Folsom demonstrated his NTSC "Personal" color wheel converter, similar to the COL-R-TEL, viewing our DuMont Royal Sovereign. Denis Asseman demonstrated his replica General Electric Octagon, and Darryl Hock showed his color neon lamp assembly, which was installed in our Western Visonette.
More pictures can be found at the NJARC site
|Television at Kansas State
Manhattan, Kansas 1931-1952
|Screening of the Earliest Known Surviving Color Kinescope Film Recording of NTSC Color, courtesy of Research Video.||Ed Reitan|
|Ludwig Von Drake Meets the NBC Peacock: Walt Disney and the Color TV Revolution||Jim Fanning|
|Recollections of My Career in Television||John Battison|
|Waldemar Poch: The RCA Russian Television Project and Beyond||James O'Neal|
|The history of RCA's development of military television during WWII||Maurice Schechter|
|Replica General Electric Octagon||Denis Asseman|
|"The DuMont Years" as told by T.T. Goldsmith, Chief of Research||Don Patterson|
|How good can a picture be on a 15GP22?||Wayne Bretl, Pete Deksnis, John Folsom, Ed Reitan|