When Was the TV Invented?

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An all-electronic moving-image television system somewhat similar to that used today was invented and demonstrated in 1929 by Philo Farnsworth.
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Philo Farnsworth demonstrated his invention of the first working all-electronic television system in San Francisco, CA on September 7, 1927.
Scottish inventor John Logie Baird had been the first to invent the electromechanical television system in 1926 in London.
The first television was invented in September 7, 1927. It was created by Philo Farnsworth. He is the first person to make an all electric television. It is also known as the first picture tube or video camera tube.
The television was not invented by a single individual at a certain time. It took many people working together and alone several years to come up with the invention.
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