colour television

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Michelle Bowman, 43, of The Fleet, Redcar, fined pounds 50 with pounds 75 costs for using a colour television receiver without a licence.
Colour televisions did not outnumber black and white sets until 1976.
The Commission's investigation examined the markets for the sale of branded and non-branded colour televisions, mainly in the low-end level of Cathode Ray small screen-size televisions, which are the main ones produced or sold by the parties.
1928: The first colour television broadcast was transmitted by John Logie Baird in London: John Logie Baird, who was born in 1888, in Helensburgh, a small Scottish town, and developed the idea of mechanical television in London after encountering the concept in his favourite magazines, Wireless World and Wireless Weekly.
The European Union has amended the 1990 and 1991 duties on small-screen colour television sets from China and South Korea, extending the duties until April 2000.
At IFA, Thomson is launching its first 36cm TV/DVD combination unit and is expanding its line of 25cm and 36cm colour television receivers that are water and grease resistant (and come in attractive colours that are perfect for the kitchen).
It is a global leader in colour television sets, lighting, electric shavers, colour picture tubes for televisions and monitors, and one-chip TV products.