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1934 [[Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co]]'s television transmission interests were merged with those of [[EMI]] Ltd in [[Marconi-EMI Television Co]]<ref>The Times, 24 May 1934</ref> under [[Isaac Shoenberg]]
 
1934 [[Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co]]'s television transmission interests were merged with those of [[EMI]] Ltd in [[Marconi-EMI Television Co]]<ref>The Times, 24 May 1934</ref> under [[Isaac Shoenberg]]
  
1936 The [[BBC]] began alternately to transmit programmes using [[Baird Television|Baird's]] 240-line transmissions and the [[Marconi-EMI Television Co]]'s electronic scanning system which had recently been improved to 405 lines.  
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1936 The [[British Broadcasting Corporation|BBC]] began alternately to transmit programmes using [[Baird Television|Baird's]] 240-line transmissions and the [[Marconi-EMI Television Co]]'s electronic scanning system which had recently been improved to 405 lines.  
  
 
1936 The '''Marconi-EMI''' system was adopted by the BBC for its public high definition television service - the first in the world.  
 
1936 The '''Marconi-EMI''' system was adopted by the BBC for its public high definition television service - the first in the world.  

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1936. Marconi-EMI camera.

1934 Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co's television transmission interests were merged with those of EMI Ltd in Marconi-EMI Television Co[1] under Isaac Shoenberg

1936 The BBC began alternately to transmit programmes using Baird's 240-line transmissions and the Marconi-EMI Television Co's electronic scanning system which had recently been improved to 405 lines.

1936 The Marconi-EMI system was adopted by the BBC for its public high definition television service - the first in the world.


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  1. The Times, 24 May 1934