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8/27/2009 4:15 AM  RssIcon

Britain marks the end of an era of television innovation when the last TV set rolls off the assembly line this week at a Toshiba plant in Plymouth--an era that began with John Logie Baird's demonstration of the first working television set in 1926. BBC has the story:

End of the line for British TVs


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Britain Marks the End of a Long TV Heritage

Quite sad to read the story. Many people perceive in future all TV sets will be rolled out form China. This is a trend which is quite reasonable to happen.

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