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Before TV's were wall art, they were once considered home decor. Love these mid-century television sets...especially the red one.

Before TV's were wall art, they were once considered home decor. Love these mid-century television sets...especially the red one.

Homemade Black & White TV | ACMI Collection  1957 This TV was built by Mr F. D. Straford. The electronic components were purchased as a kit of parts.

Homemade Black & White TV | ACMI Collection 1957 This TV was built by Mr F. D. Straford. The electronic components were purchased as a kit of parts. - Via

This article talks about the very high prices that most tv providers demand. While local channels used to be fed through antennas, now most people pay for packages just to see the news and sports.

What country do we live in? We are being forced to buy additional equipment to receive a television signal?

Sparton "Nomad" Television (Model 17J1K), circa 1960 - Advertising Postcard by Shook Photos, via Flickr

Date: Circa 1960 Source Type: Postcard Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Canadian Post Card Company (#25739-B) Postmark: None Collection: Steven R. Shook Remark: Sparton brands of television sets were produced the Sparton Corporation (originally called Sparks Withington) in Jackson, Michigan, and later in London, Ontario, Canada. The television shown above was produced in Canada after the manufacturing facility in the United States was closed. Text on reverse: SPARTON "Nomad" (#17J1K) 17"…

German Mid-Century Madness:  The Kuba Television - super cool!

Via the San Diego Modernism website: This just in from Will Chandler: What fun! We want one!Some things just have to be seen to be believed. The KUBA Corporation manufactured the Komet from 1957 to 1962 in Wolfenbuttel, West Germany. They even imported some of them into the United States. I have to say I've never seen anything quite like it, more or less in the same tone of voice I might use to say I've never shot an elephant in my pajamas. Just to prove that this was not a unique item…