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* 1927 [[John Logie Baird]] set up the Baird Television Development Company, to make the first television programmes for the [[BBC]]
  
 
* 1935 7th OGM held. [[Harry Greer]] was Chairman and [[John Logie Baird]] was MD<ref>The Times, Monday, Oct 19, 1936</ref>
 
* 1935 7th OGM held. [[Harry Greer]] was Chairman and [[John Logie Baird]] was MD<ref>The Times, Monday, Oct 19, 1936</ref>

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of Wembley.

  • 1927 John Logie Baird set up the Baird Television Development Company, to make the first television programmes for the BBC
  • 1938 Cooperation with Gaumont-British to equip large theatres and cinemas[2].
  • 1939 9th OGM. Announced that from June they will undertake all manufacturing themselves and cease working with Bush Radio. J. L. Baird was then President of the company. [3]
  • 1948 Scophony Ltd acquired John Logie Baird Ltd; new factory at Wells and expansion of television production at the Wembley factory[5].
  • 1949 Scophony Ltd became Scophony-Baird Ltd, of Lancelot Road, Wembley, Middlesex.
  • 1953 Manufacturer of TV sets [6]
  • 1960 Radio Rentals acquired the Baird Company. Radio Rentals changed the name of its manufacturing subsidiary in Bradford, Mains Radio Gramophone, to Baird Television, to emphasise its position in the manufacturing of televisions.[10].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, Oct 19, 1936
  2. The Times, 23 July 1938
  3. The Times, Monday, Apr 03, 1939
  4. The Times, 12 September 1946
  5. The Times, 30 November 1948
  6. Choosing your Television Set. Published by Freelance in 1953.
  7. The Times, 22 February 1954
  8. The Times, 24 December 1954
  9. The Times, 21 September 1957
  10. The Times, 12 December 1960