Who Invented the Very First Television?

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The very first television was invented by Philo Farnsworth. At only 14, Philo came up with the idea that an electron beam could scan pictures and transmit them to remote screens. During the years, inventors such as Vladimir Zworykin and Kalman Tihanyi contributed to his invention.
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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.
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