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United States inventor (born in Hungary) who made the first TV broadcast in 1940 and invented the long-playing record in 1948 and pioneered videocassette recording (1906-1977)

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Goldmark Gallery is a family run business that has been selling art in Uppingham, Rutland for more than 40 years.
Of particular beauty and interest on the recording is Karl Goldmark's Meeresstille und Gluckliche Fahrt, op.
He trained under three world-renowned scientists: Werner von Braun (Father of Rocket Science), Peter Carl Goldmark (early color television, LP record and EVR/Beta) and Dr.
Larson's experience also includes working as a property manager of Goldmark Property Management.
I lost my singing cohort [band founder Kathi Kamen Goldmark, who passed away], so I recruited Mary Karr [The Liars' Club}.
Its lyrics were written by Jamie Houston, Dean James Hicks and Andy Goldmark, produced by Derek George, Dann Huff and Bryan himself.
1948: The first successfully produced long-|playing (microgroove) records were unveiled by Dr Peter Goldmark of Columbia Records.
Volunteers should be aged 16 and over as of July 1 2015 and those taking part will be able to count any hours towards volunteer programmes such as Event Management for Volunteers, Millennium Volunteers, GoldMark and Duke of Edinburgh Award.
- Alex Goldmark (@alexgoldmark) ( November 10, 2013
David Ake, Charles Hiroshi Garrett, and Daniel Goldmark, eds.
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While singing a very challenging German aria, 'Magische Tone', from Karl Goldmark's Die Konigen von Saba, he did choke and had to stop for water, but the audience applauded him warmly and he sang it again from the beginning.
Like when I interviewed Vladimir Zworokin, or Peter Goldmark, or when I exchanged a few heated words with then-U.S.