When was the first black and white television invented?

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The first electronically transmitted black and white TV was invented in 1926 by a Scottish known as JL Baird. When he built his first TV system, the first person to appear on that TV was a young office boy, who worked with Baird. This boy was paid 60 cents for the appearance.
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