Color TV at 50

Saturday, June 23, 2001

Reds, greens and blues have been getting significant airtime ever since the first broadcast of color television 50 years ago. Brooke talks with Marshall Fisher, author of Tube: The Invention of Television, the tug of war behind that broadcast.

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