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On the other hand, its development continued in 1884, when Paul
Nipkow designed the Nipkow disc, which according to the
newspaper El Mundo "is considered the first television system in
history". In 1924, the first broadcast of television history took
place via the Nipkow disc.
But over the last century, its development has been marked by a
series of changes that have influenced the history of mankind
and made possible the development of television as we know it
today. Here is how this all has happened;
1926: Birth of electronic television Engineer John Logie Baird succeeded in transmitting the first
long-range images on a television screen, marking the birth of
electronic television. It took place in the Alexander Palace
broadcast tower in north London. His puppet, known as old
puppet Bill, was the first being to appear on a television screen.
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