|Alphabetical | By Popularity|
- (AU) Australian Television Information Archive
- Includes cast information and episode guides.
- (AU) Classic Australian Television
- Episode guides, series index, photos, and articles on Australian TV drama from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
- (NZ) New Zealand Film Archive
- Moving image heritage centre committed to collecting, protecting, and projecting New Zealand's film and television history.
- Alexandra Palace Television Society
- Founded to preserve the history of the world's first regular high-definition public television service from Alexandra Place, North London, in 1936.
- Archive of American Television
- Features video interviews about television history with the men and women who were there.
- Baird, John Logie (1888-1946) (3)
- Learn about John Logie Baird, the Scottish engineer who invented the mechanical television, radar, and fibre optics. Sites offer his biography and articles on the invention of the mechanical television system.
- Birth of Television, The
- Adapted by Hal Landen.
- Broadcasting in Chicago: 1921-1989
- Online museum of broadcast history with a focus on the studio NBC operated in Chicago's Merchandise Mart.
- Chicago Television History
- Details the birth of Chicago TV, photo galleries, the men of UHF, and more.
- Classic Car Spots
- Highlights video clips of classic automobile commercials. From TV Party.
- Color Television Revolution
- Covering the early days of colour television broadcasting.
- Ed Reitan's Color Television History
- History of early colour television.
- Farnsworth, Philo Taylor (1906-1971) (3)
- Read about Philo T Farnsworth, the inventor of the fusion device called fusor. Sites offer biography, timeline, galleries, and articles on the inventor of the electronic television.
- Great Debate & Beyond: The History of Televised Presidential Debates
- Multimedia examination of debates from 1960 to 1996. Includes video, photographs, and curriculum resources.
- History of American Broadcasting
- Jeff Miller's site featuring early lists of radio and TV stations, articles about AM and FM broadcasting, and early television.
- History of UK Television
- Includes individual histories for the BBC, ITV, SKY, and other networks.
- Sarnoff, David (1891-1971) (4)
- Learn about David Sarnoff, the 'general' who was instrumental in making the Radio Corporation of America into one of the largest companies in the world. Sites offer biography, memorabilia, and articles, and public papers of the "father of broadcasting."
- Short History of the Laugh Track, A
- Audio-rich essay from TVParty.com
- Teilfis - Irish Television Website
- History of television in Ireland.
- Television History - The First 75 Years
- With hardware, manuals, documents, magazines, books, toys, and advertising.
- Television History: The Beginning of a New Medium
- By Beth Ann Wilt.
- Television Obscurities
- Features and media clips showcasing rare audio and video from television's past.
- Vintage TV Sets
- Collection of vintage television sets built between 1946 and 1959.
- World's Earliest Television Recordings
- Study and restoration of the earliest TV recordings. Includes early British TV history and the first British televised play.
- Zworykin, Vladimir Kosma (1889-1982) (1)
- Explore sites for Vladimir Kozmich Zworykin, the inventor of the television signal receiver which first employed the cathode ray tube. Sites offer biography and a collection of television screen images.
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