Excerpt from Fundamentals of Television Television has come around the corner. T's here with such a clatter that it will no doubt remain to become one of our greatest entertainment mediums. In this book there is enlightenment for station owner, performer, engineer, and the miscellaneous curious souls - including the bulk of man kind - whose interest is in listening-viewing television.
Just as food cannot be digested without mastication, so ideas cannot be assimilated without having been thought over and understood. The author devoutly hopes that the reader will find herein enough thought-provoking information to give him the urge for further research and thought. Tele vision is a pretty complex affair when one considers it in all facets. So, in these following pages, we have made an effort to be lucid, brief, informative, and interesting. We have tried to avoid technical terms that may be omitted with out damage to the real meanings. We have tried to give enough to make ourselves clear, and, at the same time, not to become boring with detail.
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