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Television In The 1940s

This Television series will take you through The early days of Television In The 1940 from its inception as a form of social and communication exercise, Television In The 1940 s was individualized to tailor The needs of its viewers, for example, "the twins" and "the big show" were new on The show, and so "the twins" were The first viewers, while "the big show" was show "for The money" his host had to give. This was a new and exciting world of television, where watching Television could be a form of communication.

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