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Romanian Public Television

Romanian Public Television

The Romanian Television Society or simply the Romanian Television (TVR) is the public television institution in Romania, which broadcasts its programs on four main channels: TVR 1, TVR 2, TVR 3 and TVR International.

Description

The Romanian Television Society or simply the Romanian Television (TVR) is the public television institution in Romania, which broadcasts its programs on four main channels: TVR 1, TVR 2, TVR 3 and TVR International.

In 1928 the engineer George Cristescu developed a mechanical television system, also managing to broadcast images at a distance. On October 30, 1937, the engineer Cristian Musceleanu presented to the Romanian public a Nipkow disc television station, at the Politehnica in Bucharest. In November of the same year he makes a demonstration at the Romanian Athenaeum, with the help of a camera with a resolution of 45 lines, on the wavelength of 80 meters. The receiver had a 7 cm screen diagonal and the transmitter had a power of 200 watts.

The first professional television program in Romania took place on the night of December 31, 1956 – January 1, 1957, from the first headquarters of the Television, in Floreasca, Molière Street No. 2.

Additional information

Accesibility: Yes
Photo allowed: Yes

Location
Address: 22 Ermil Pangratti street, Bucharest
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