When Watching Baseball on TV Was the Future

In 1939, the first Major League Baseball game was broadcast on TV—a double-header between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers—at a time when American TV was still very much an experiment. But this broadcast was a long time coming. In fact, years before practical TV tech had even been demonstrated, people were… » 4/04/14 4:40pm 4/04/14 4:40pm

This Was the TV of the Future in 1933

Television was hardly a reliable broadcast medium in the early 1930s. But that didn't stop companies from speculating about TV designs of the future. Like this Marconi-brand "radio set of 1960." » 12/13/13 4:36pm 12/13/13 4:36pm

Sharp Aquos Contest Winner, Answers to Burning Questions Announced

Congrats to Thomas Kash on winning the 37-inch Aquos TV from Sharp. The Super Bowl party is at his house this year. For everyone that didn't win, you still have an opportunity to take away a bit pride in knowing that you got the right answers to the contest entry questions. Those answers are available after the break.… » 9/23/08 3:30pm 9/23/08 3:30pm