The first plasma television was sold to the public in 1997. Pioneer was the company that sold the first plasma TV's.
The television was invented by John Logie Baird in 1925. The first television was sold to the public in 1939 although regular network programming did not begin for another decade.
the first one shown to public was in 1939 but war stopped production in 1942.
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The first televisions were sold to the public in 1929. They were the Baird Televisor and the sale coincided with the launch of the BBC's television service that year. The broadcasts were part time and made from the London studios. In America, public broadcasts began in 1939 and this marked the introduction of television into the American home. Television was first introduced into Australian homes in 1956 to coincide with the Olympic Games being held in Melbourne.
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The first televisions to be sold to the public were available in 1929. They were made by the Baird company in the UK. They were sold in support of the BBC broadcasts that began in the same year. Several hundred televisions were sold at the equivalent price of around $12000 each. It was a great deal of money for the very limited transmissions being made at the time.
The first digital televisions were sold in the year 2005. The first country in the world to market digital televisions was the United States of America.
The 1950's was the years that color TVs were first sold to the public. At this time, black and white tabletop TVS ranged from $130.00 to $300.00, black and white console TVs ranged from $150.00 to $500.00. Color tabletop TVs were sold for around $500.00 and color console TVs were sold at a range of about $500.00 to $1300.00.
The first telephone that was sold to the general public was sold in 1891.
The first tv sold in the United States was in 1928. It was made by GE and was called the Octagon. It was a scanning disk television.