Early Television Broadcasting
Italian Pre-1945 Stations
Safar Television Studios - Rome
Safar (Societa Anonima Fabricazione Aparecchi Radiofonici), under the direction of Arturo Castellani, built this studio and transmitter in Rome, Italy, in 1939. The transmitter was located on top of Mount Mario, making the transmitter antenna about 500 feet above the average terrain of Rome. The audio carrier was at 41.0 mHz, and the video was at 44.1 mHz, with a peak visual power of 5 kw.
This 1939 article in Radio & Television shows a different studio, and a German Fernseh camera, but the same transmitting antenna.
Milan - Transmissions from Littoria Park
Experimental TV transmissions were made in 1939-40 from Littoria Park in Milan during the XI Mostra