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On January 27th, 1926, a group of scientists met in a laboratory in London to watch TV. The television was made of all kinds of things, including an old box, knitting needles, a bicycle lamp and a cake tin! It was invented by a Scottish man called John Logie Baird, and the transmitted pictures of a 16 year old boy. Baird asked the boy to move his speak. and the audience saw the pictures in another room. It was difficult to see the boy's face clearly, but it was the wold's first TV transmission!
The BBS began the first public TV broadcasting service from London in 1936- in black and white, because they couldn't broadcast in colour yet. The first colour TVs were produced in the USA in the 1950s.
The first video recorder were also produced in the USA, in 1959. But John Logie Baird actually made the first video recordings in 1927! He recorded pictures of people but he didn't have enough equipment to play back his recordings. Now people have seenBaird's recordings and one viewer said they were incredible, like ghosts out of the air!
Milions of people now have colour TVs and video recorders- all thinks to the Scottish inventor, John Logie Baird!

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