From the Archives: Trying to decide on the name and phone number of the new York Rd. WMAR studios.
Looks like WBAL’s “Radio News Center of Maryland” never quite caught on.
Cleaning up the archives. (at WMAR-TV (ABC 2))
at WMAR-TV (ABC 2)
Experiments with television broadcasting systems took place in Australia as early as the 1930s. Here Thomas M. B. Elliott, under the auspices of Dr. Valentine McDowall is pictured with his experimental equipment at the convict-built old Windmill in Brisbane in 1934
Thanks to ‘QldRadioTVPioneers’ for the following additional info on this image
‘Newspapers (Telegraph 1930 July), indicate that the installation of the television apparatus commenced in July 1930. Experiments began in l931, with good results. The gentleman pictured is Thomas M. B. Elliott, under the auspices of Dr. Valentine McDowall. Both are accredited as being the pioneers of radio, television and radiography in Queensland. The station call sign was VK4CM, Observatory Tower, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane.’
ABC Reference ID: abc.net.au/photo/DP040080
A female U.S. Army audiovisual technician stands beside a videotape editing console, 05/01/1973
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
- Robert Frost
Test designs to declutter a news website.
This is from a while ago but I never got around to posting it. Got a chance to fly around the back parking lot at work for a bit before it got all windy and cold. Thanks to Dave for taking the ground view video.