Newscast by Harl Vincent:
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Amusing tale published just prior to Britain's entry into WWII, that predicts the idea of live battlefield journalism, which really didn't happen until the Vietnam war in the 1960's.


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Polyceltron Iconoscope Televisor
A portable camera and microphone setup that could broadcast on-the-spot news.

 

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