Both useful sites for the study of media history...
At 01:30 PM 08/31/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>I am doing research for a timeline for our website. I am looking for
>specific facts such as:
>-How many TVs/Radios/Computers were in households from their initial
>introduction vs the number in households five years later, ten years,
>fifteen years, etc...
>-*Technology firsts* that impact the consumer market...
>-When the first commercial aired on WEAF
>-or any 'little known' facts about each technology
>I haven't found any great websites yet, does anybody have any ideas on
>where i should look or who I can contact?
>A project of National Video Resources
>73 Spring St., Suite 606
>New York, NY 10012
>212-274-1782 (voice mail) 212-274-0284 (fax)
Media Resources Center
UC Berkeley 94720-6000
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