How was the first tv commercial made?
It was made by Ben Dover in an arsecrack cream commercial on Christmas day.
The first color television was the color Televisor, demonstrated and built by John Logie Baird in 1928. It was a development of the first Televisor shown in 1925, a black and white version. The television never went into production and it was 1953 before the first commercial color television was seen.
Philo Farnsworth didn't produce televisions on a commercial basis. By the time his developments went into commercial use it was under the umbrella of RCA who began regular broadcasts in 1939. A television cost $125 at that time, not much different to a small television on sale today. However, with inflation, that $125 is the equivalent of about $2000. Owning a television was not cheap back then.
Philo Farnsworth demonstrated his first electro-mechanical television in 1927 two years after John Logie Baird demonstrated his electro-mechanical system in England. This was an experimental system but in 1929, Farnsworth demonstrated the very first fully electronic television, with no moving parts. It was this system that was the basis for the first commercial television service to start in 1939. As a commercial product, US television therefore began in 1939.