The BBC and ITV were both regularly broadcasting in colour by 1969 and the number of colour TV
licence holders rocketed from 275,000 to 12 million by the early 1970s.
Fewer than 500 families had a colour TV
when Australian John Newcombe took the men's title.
was actually first demonstrated by inventor John Logie Baird, the first person to create live pictures, way back on July 3, 1928.
NEARLY 50 years on from the first colour TV
service, 381 people in Wales are still watching black and white TV.
The first regular colour TV
broadcasts in the UK were from the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in July 1967 as David Attenborough, then the controller of BBC2, raced to beat networks in Germany to it.
THIS WEEKEND THE NORTH EAST ENGLAND CELEBRATED ENJOYING COLOUR TV
Forty-five years ago, colour TV
sets were seen as luxury goods.
A colour TV
Licence bought in October 2013 cost PS145.50 so the refund is PS36.37.
Do we count poverty as not having a colour TV
, games station or the latest trainers?
A colour TV
licence currently costs PS145.50 and is required by anyone watching or recording TV programmes.
The European Commission cleared, on 24 February, the acquisition of the branded colour TV
business of the Dutch company Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
24 February 2012 a[euro]" The European Commission (EC) has given the green light to the proposed acquisition of Koninklijke Philips Electronics NVa[euro](tm) (AMS:PHIA) branded colour TV
operations by Chinese computer screens and TV manufacturer TPV Technology Ltd (HKG:0903).