Radio News Magazine, November, 1947

The cover copy for this November, 1947 issue of Radio News magazine reads:

One of A.T.&T.'s experimental radio relay stations linking New York and Boston. Each of these towers will receive television signals and transmit them to next relay—automatically and unattended.

The accompanying article describes three alternative schemes for creating a national TV network—buried coaxial cables, microwave relay transmitters like the one pictured on the cover, and distribution of film specially prepared for television use.

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