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When did Vladimir Zworykin invent his TV?

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2009-11-18 22:24:27
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Boris Rosing and Vladimir Zworykin developed a TV system in Russia in 1907. Moving to the US in 1918, Zworykin developed numerous TV devices for the Westinghouse corporation from 1923 to 1929, and a camera tube named the Iconoscope in 1931.

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