The Golden Age Of Television In The 1950's

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The demonstration of television was in New York City at the world’s fair in 1939. Soon after with WWII Americas attention was elsewhere. It wasn’t until the post war of WWII in the 1950’s that the television industry was reborn and introduced to Americas main stream. American’s at that time that owned a television in the early 1950’s was 10 percent2. By the late1950’s there were 90 percent of Americans owning a television that’s an 80 percent increase2.
In 1950 television was considered the golden age that lasted only a decade. According to “Communication Commission Chairman” by the name of “Newton Minow”, by the time 1960’s television came it was considered a vast wasteland1. The golden age of television in the 1950’s as its referred to

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