Where was the First Colour TV Invented?

John Logie Baird invented television. He experimented in an attic room in London for years until he succeeded in changing an old, moving, black-and-white image into a coloured one on a screen in 1925. He called it ‘The Televisor’. By 1930, Baird developed a system to broadcast simultaneous sound with the images. By 1940, he managed to create the first fully electric television system. Baird’s television was mechanical in design. Colour television-sets didn’t become widespread until the 1970’s.

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