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1935 BBC TV Broadcast
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The British Broadcasting Corporation announced that they were capable of transmitting television programming as early as 1935:

"The British engineers plan to begin with a single broadcasting tower, capable of transmitting television images to receiving sets within a radius of about thirty miles...British engineers are not the first to try television broadcasting. A station has been operating regularly in Berlin for several months."

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BBC Television Broadcasting Begins (Literary Digest, 1935)

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