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From Competition Commission report 
By 1965-66 Baird was making very few radio sets
1966 radio production finished
1968 Baird emplyed about 2,400 people making black and white and colour television sets and components at its main works in Bradford.
1967 the Bradford factory was extended by the purchase of an adjoining factory and two other factories were acquired, one at Shipley and one at Batley, making sub-assemblies and components.
Baird manufactured a substantial and increasing proportion of its component requirements and takes some of its loudspeaker requirements from the associated Goodmans division.
1968 Baird produced about 140,000 television sets of which about 10,000 were colour sets.
1967 Radio Rentals took about three-quarters of Baird's output.