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RE: TV:Sarnoff's folly

Russian immigrant (on American soil) Vladimir Zworykin actually was not the
only inventor of  what is now television. It seems one Philo Farnsworth
invented the Image Dissector and David Sarnoff in 1939 was forced to pay
patent royalties to young Philo. The Discovery Channel site is the reference:
[Don't forget the last letter "h"  if you do a CONTROL-C to copy the above
URL; some Windows email software (or is it Netscape) can't handle more than
one line]
At 12:29 PM 5/5/97 -0400, Roger wrote:
>No, I think that was Television (Vladimir K. Zworykin)(sp?)
On Saturday, May 03, 1997 12:34 AM, Joe Ross asked:
>Wasn't radio a Russian invention? ;->