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History of the Color Television History Web Site

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Date

Title

Version

2007-30-07

KTLA's 1955 Colorcast of The Tournament of Roses Parade
[first release]

V1.00

2006-12-06

2006-12-06

2006-12-03

Head Page Edits (removed quotes for titles, added Pioneers title);
Transition to HDTV [update]
(temporarily stored as Transition_to_HDTV_m.htm)

Home V3.20 V1.02 (Rev. o)

V1.01 (Rev. n)

 

2006-12-03

Early Field Test, Prototype, and Commercial Color Receivers;
V1.02: Corrected Pacific-Mercury HTML error, Added Muntz 21"

V1.02

2006-11-28

CBS Color Television System Programs (1951)
[major update] (added licensed Time-Life photo)

V1.01 (Revision h)
Home V3.19

2006-11-28

CBS Color Television System Programs (1951)
[minor update]

V1.01 (Revision h)

2006-11-25

CBS Color Television System Programs (1951)
[initial release]

V1.00 (Revision h) Home V3.18

2006-11-24

CBS Color Television System Chronology
[update] (added John Folsom photo from his receiver)

V1.02 (Revision h)

2006-11-22

Transition to HDTV

V1.00 (Rev. m)

2006-11-24

2006-11-22 2006-11-21

 

Local Stations with Early Live Color Capability
[initial release]

uploaded

Home V3.17 V1.00 (Revision k)

2006-11-20

2006-11-17

RCA Models, using the CTC-10 Chassis, have been added to the Receiver Gallery [minor update]

V1.02

V1.01

Home V3.16

2006-11-15

CBS Color Television System Chronology
[initial release]

V1.00 (Revision h)

Home V3.15

2006-11-10

Removed announcement of CBS reprint availability

Home 3.14

2005-08-26

2005-08-15

 

Announced availability of reprint of CBS Color Technical Data covering Features, Adaptation and Conversion. Note: all copies of this reprint have been distributed and there are no more copies available.

V1.00

Home 3.12

2005-07-26

Early Color Television Studio Facilities [updated to correct address of the Ziegfeld Theater and add final date of use for Studio 72 per Steven Paley comments]

V1.2

2004-03-08

RCA-NBC Firsts in Color Television [minor update]

V1.04

2004-03-07

Fiftieth Anniversary of the CT-100 [observance of March 25, 1954 start of production]

Home V3.11

2002-05-27

"Early Color Television Studio Facilities" updated to include:

  • Where we found the CBS Bloodshot Color Eye image
  • What happened to famous Radio City Color Test Studio 3-H?
  • Reference to the "New" (second) color mobile unit (first used for the 1954 Rose Parade)
  • Reference to the 1955 Radio City Studio 3-K

V1.1

Home V3.10 (2002-06-23)

2001-06-24

Color Television Camera Development [update]

V2.0.4

2000-03-13

CBS Field Sequential Color System [update]

V1.01

1999-03-14

The Day a Black and White World Changed into Living Color - The First Coast to Coast Colorcast The Tournament of Roses Parade [update]

V2.05

1997-11-06

RCA Dot Sequential Color System [update]

V1.02

1997-11-06

Progress of the NTSC [update] V1.00u

1997-11-06

Wanted Research Materials [update]

V3.01u

1997-10-31

RCA-NBC Firsts in Color Television [initial release]

V1.03

1997-10-31

Early Color Television Studio Facilities [updated]

V1.0.2

1997-10-25

Wanted Research Materials

V3.01

1997-10-20

Early Color Television Receiver Production

V2.01

1997-08-24

CBS Field Sequential Color System

V1.00

1997-08-28

RCA Dot Sequential Color System

V1.01

1997-04-03

Omaha World Herald review of Tournament of Roses Parade
 

1997-01-22

Broadcasting Magazine, January 11, 1954, Color TV Showings Attract Wide Play WOW-TV excerpt.

V1.00

1997-01-22

RCA Laboratories Developmental Color Receivers V1.01 uploaded

1997-01-21

Color Television Bibliography V2.00

1997-01-21

RCA Camden Developmental Color Receivers V1.01

1997-01-19

Jan. 1, 1954 AT&T Color Network V2.00

1997-01-19

New York Times review of Tournament of Roses Parade V1.00

1997-01-18

RCA Laboratories Developmental Color Receivers V1.01

1997-01-12

Progress of the NTSC V1.00

1996-12-15

Early Field Test, Prototype, and Commercial Color Receivers V1.01

 

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2007-01-30

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