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National Television Collection

The National Television Collection incorporates an unrivalled collection of objects relating to the history and development of television, including John Logie Baird's 1925 experimental apparatus, a diverse range of home television receivers from 1928 to the present day, the Thames Television broadcast camera collection, and a major archive of ITV commercials.

It represents the evolution of the technological means of generating, storing and displaying moving images by electro-mechanical and electronic methods, from the late 19th century up to the present day, and aims to record the development of television content production particularly in Britain.


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