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13:17 2001-10-01
October 1 Russian TV Celebrates 70th Anniversary

The Russian TV celebrates Monday, October 1, its 70th anniversary.
It was 70 years ago that the Moscow radio transmission centre started regular optomechanical-type broadcasting in 30 lines and 12.5 frames. Soon programmes became available in Leningrad, Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa, Tomsk, Nizhny Novgorod, and other Soviet cities.
The up-to-date TV equipment was designed by experts of the All-Union Electric Institute's TV laboratory in Moscow who used developments of Soviet scientists and home-made products.
TV broadcasting developed in Russia simultaneously with the most perfect foreign systems and managed to maintain a high scientific, technological, and creative level on all stages of its development, in spite of certain "warps of growth." The Soviet TV managed to accept the supreme sharpness standard already in 1948, despite the break of the war years. Later on this standard became spread in most countries of the world. Experimental colour TV broadcasting was started in 1953, and the first in the world live broadcasting from space was performed in 1962. The unique Orbita satellite television system was put into operation in 1967, and 1977 saw the introduction of the colour image standard in all central TV programmes and creation of a modern multi-programme multi-zone broadcasting system.

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