Television's progress was further slowed by a struggle over wavelength allocations with the new FM radio and a battle over government regulation. This episode also illustrates neatly the self-referential quality which is one of Seinfeld's hallmarks. Marines on a "search and destroy" mission to a complex of hamlets called Cam Ne.
CBS and NBC dominated through the mids, when ABC, traditionally regarded as a poor third, rose to the top of the ratings, largely because of shrewd scheduling. Also, a mechanical television system, which scanned images using a rotating disk with holes arranged in a spiral pattern, had been demonstrated by John Logie Baird in England and Charles Francis Jenkins in the United States earlier in the s.
George is opposed to the idea; he keeps everything in his wallet. The camera moved to a catwalk above the stage where Seinfeld was standing, holding a large pair of bolt cutters.
The term "anchorman" was used, probably for the first time, to describe Walter Cronkite's central role in CBS's convention coverage that year. After much debate, Safer's filmed report on the incident was shown on CBS.
Inhe had a small recurring role on the sitcom Bensonplaying Frankie, a mail-delivery boy who had comedy routines that no one wanted to hear.
The system was designed by Philo Taylor Farnsworth, a year-old inventor who had lived in a house without electricity until he was By cable had more than 80, subscribers in New York.
Initial transmissions of this high-resolution form of television, in which images appear much sharper and clearer, began in Newman admits to Kramer that he is sleeping with the landlord's wife.
The use of Jerry's stand-up act declined with the end stand-up segment no longer appearing, as the storylines for all four characters grew denser. He executive produced and occasionally starred as a panelist in The Marriage Ref. Also, the "V-chip" imbedded in new television sets, in accordance with a provision of a telecommunications bill passed ingave parents the power to automatically prevent their children from watching television programs with inappropriate ratings.
The series remained well-regarded and produced some of its most famous episodes, such as " The Beard " in which Jerry is put through a lie detector test to make him admit that he watched Melrose Place " The Switch " in which Kramer's mom, Babs, reveals that his first name is Cosmo,  and " The Understudy " in which Elaine meets J.
Seinfeld provided commentary for multiple episodes. World War II slowed the development of television, as companies like RCA turned their attention to military production. A Book about Everything and Nothing.
The BBC, funded by a tax on the sale of television sets, established a worldwide reputation for producing quality programming. Along with the regular half-hour episodes, two notable one-hour episodes were " The Cadillac " in which George plans to date award-winning actor Marisa Tomei  and " The Bottle Deposit " with Elaine and Sue Ellen participating in a bidding war to buy JFK's golf clubs in an auction.
Standard television sets cannot pick up HDTV and will presumably have to be replaced or modified bywhen traditional, low-definition television broadcasts are scheduled to end and broadcasters are scheduled to return their original, non-HDTV channel to the government.History of Television.
From Grolier Encyclopedia. Article by Mitchell Stephens. Few inventions have had as much effect on contemporary American society as television. Before the number of U.S. homes with television sets could be measured in the thousands.
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