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1960 - The manufacture of portable AM/FM or FM sets grows at 750 percent between 1960 and 1965
1960 - The Tape Cart - to become the 8-Track Tape
1961 - KBA SPEECH, By James L. Johnson, in Louisville, KY at the Annual Convention of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association
1961 - Died: Lee De Forest, in Hollywood, Calif. (Triode Tube, Audion)
1962 - AT&T launches Telstar I, the first active communications satellite. Telstar transmits the first live television across the Atlantic #1962ATT
1962 - Packet-switching (PS) networks developed 1962-1968
1962 - Bernard Stubblelfield in Jackson, Miss. maintains NBS TM™ office
1962 - Birth of An Opera, Birthplace of Radio: "The Stubblefield Story", a musical drama based on the tragic life of N. B. Stubblefield
1963 - Conference for space communications was held in Geneva to allocate frequencies to the various space services
1963 - The E.B.S. - Emergency Broadcasting System is developed
1963 - Cassette tape is introduced
1963 - First geostationary communications satellite (Syncom-1) was put into orbit
1963 - THE STUBBLEFIELD STORY," a musical composition, recorded on quarter track stereo
1963 - John F. Kennedy: U.S. President, killed by an assassin's bullet in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.

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1964 - Computer Language. Mac - Apple - PC Basic Code - Dr. John G. Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz developed the BASIC language at Dartmouth
1965 AT&T installs the world's first electronic telephone switch (special purpose computer) in a local telephone exchange
1966 - PATENT - Farnsworth's U.S. Patent 3,258,402 "Electric Discharge Device For Producing Interaction Between Nuclei"
1967 - ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING; "The Man Behind The Microphone"
1967 - AGREEMENT, between Thomas O. Morgan and Bernard Stubblefield, (reg. publishing of Stubblefield material) private papers
1968 - PATENT - Farnsworth's "Method and Apparatus For Producing Nuclear Fusion Reactions"
1969 - The 1969 World Almanac lists many "inventors" in the field of radio. Among them it lists Murray's genius, Nathan B. Stubblefield
1969 - Appollo II - First manned mission to land on the moon
1969 - Astronauts send the first live pictures and audio from the moon
1969 - Birth of the Internet. ARPANET commissioned by DoD for research into networking
1968 - AT&T introduces 911 as a nationwide emergency number
1969 - Television International reporter, Bob Foster, visits Farnsworth'at his home
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1960 - The Tape Cart (Soon to become the 8-Track Tape) is introduced.
1960 - Echo I reflects radio signals back to Earth.
1961s 0518 - KBA SPEECH, By James L. Johnson, May 18, 1961, in Louisville, KY at the Annual Convention of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association. THE FOLLOWING is the text of an address by James L. Johnson, the former Executive Secretary of the Murray, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce to the Annual Convention of The Kentucky Broadcasters Association in Louisville. Following the address, Charles Shuffett, representing the KBA presented a plaque that officially recognized Nathan B. Stubblefield as the inventor of radio broadcast.
••• "Hello Rainey -- Hello Rainey, " These four words, highly insignificant in themselves, were the gateway that opened a fabulous new industry in the late 19th century and early 20th century. These were the first words ever broadcast by radio. These four words put you people in business. *NBSWiTel™©AFact FOR MORE STORY
1960 - Lincoln Center groundbreaking, New York City.
1961 - FM Stereo Broadcasting is authorized. Commercial production of IC's is begun by several companies.
1961 - John F. Kennedy: Thirty-Fifth U.S. President, 1961-1963. (b. May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts, d. November 22, 1963. Killed by an assassin's bullet in Dallas, Texas). Married to Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy.
1961d 0630 - Died: Lee De Forest (1873-1961), on June 30, in Hollywood, California. (Triode Tube, Audion).
1962 - AT&T launches Telstar I, the first active communications satellite. Telstar transmits the first live television across the Atlantic.
1962 - In an effort to produce color pictures on black and white sets, several manufacturers reportedly tint the CRT blue on top, and green on the bottom. Portable AM receivers lead in production - over 5 1/2 million were made in 1962. The satellite Telstar transmits video images across the Atlantic.
1962-1968 - Packet-switching (PS) networks developed. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- As we will see later the Internet relies on packets to transfer data; The origin is military: for utmost security in transferring information of networks (no single outage point); Data is split into tiny packets that may take different routes to a destination. Hard to eavesdrop on messages; More than one route available - if one route goes down another may be followed; Networks can withstand large scale destruction.
1962s - 1973 - Bernard Stubblelfield in Jackson, Miss. maintains NBS TM office. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1962s 0606 - Died: Oliver Jefferson Stubblefield (1897-1962), on June 6. Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield and father of Troy Cory-Stubblefield, he was sometimes referred by his close friends and wives, Priscilla and Elma, as "RayJack" or just plain "Jack". Oliver was living with son Troy at the time of his death. Troy Cory-Stubblefield and first wife Dorothy Karen took remains of his father, a veteran of World War I and II, to Jackson, Miss. for burial.
1962s 0606 - UNITED STATES CERTIFICATE, to Oliver Stubblefield, June 6, 1962. The United States honors the memory of OLIVER STUBBLEFIELD, This certificate is awarded by a grateful nation in recognition of devoted and self less consecration to the service of our country in the Armed Forces of the United States. Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the United States.
1962s 1201 - Birth of An Opera, Birthplace of Radio: "The Stubblefield Story", a musical drama based on the tragic life of N. B. Stubblefield and his wireless telephone. By Paul Shahan, composer and Lilian Lowry, librettist. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1963 - AT&T introduces touchtone service, with a keypad replacing the familiar telephone dial, initially in Greensburg and Carnegie, Pennsylvania.
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1963 - John F. Kennedy: Thirty-Fifth U.S. President, (1961-19630). killed by an assassin's bullet in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Married to Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy.
1963 - An Extraordinary Administrative Conference for space communications was held in 1963 in Geneva to allocate frequencies to the various space services. Subsequent conferences made further allocations and put in place regulations governing the use, by satellites, of the radio-frequency spectrum and associated orbital slots.
1963 - Lyndon B. Johnson: Thirty-Sixth U.S. President, 1963-1969. (b. August 27, 1908 near Stonewall, Texas, d. January 22, 1973 in Johnson City, Texas). Married to Claudia Taylor (Lady Bird) Johnson.
1963 - Dow Jones strategic alliance F.F. Soucy is formed.
1963 - Recording of "The Stubblefield Story", a Folk opera. Musical composition by Paul Shahan; Lilian Lowry, librettist. Musical drama based on the tragic life of N. B. Stubblefield and his wireless telephone.
1963 - The E.B.S. - Emergency Broadcasting System is developed. "This is a test of the emergency broadcast system. The broadcasters in your area...etc. . . etc. . . this concludes this test of the emergency broadcast system."
1963 - Cassette tape is introduced.
1963 - The first communications satellite is placed in geo-synchronous orbit.
1963s 0102 - MURRAY LEDGER & TIMES - NATHAN STUBBLEFIELD REMEMBERED AS PRECOCIOUS CHILD, BITTER MAN.
••• Over 60 years ago, 1,000 people assembled at the Calloway County court square to see, to hear, and to be amazed. The event-the fist public demonstration of Nathan B. Stubblefield's "wireless telephony" which later became known over the world as the radio.
1963s 0523 - Stubblefield Story To Be In Auditorium. "The Stubblefield Story" originally planned for the new amphitheater on Kentucky Lake will be shown instead at the Murray State College Auditorium it was reported today.
••• The musical drama will be held May 23, 24 and 25 at the auditorium. The amphitheater will not be ready in time for the show to be produced so it was found necessary to move it to the college. THE STUBBLEFIELD STORY", a folk opera in four scenes, is a musical account of the invention of radio by a Murray Kentucky Inventor who's experiments and demonstrations predate the recognized work of Marconi. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1963s 0525 - THE STUBBLEFIELD STORY", RECORDED ON QUARTER TRACK STEREO (1 AND 3) 3 3/4 IPS. A Musical Compositions Of Paul Shahan; TAPE NO FOUR; *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1963s 0814 - Died: Pattie Lee Stubblefield (1890-1963), on Aug. 14. Daughter of inventor, N. B. Stubblefield.
1963s - The first geostationary communications satellite (Syncom-1) was put into orbit following the suggestion, made by writer Arthur C. Clarke in 1945, that satellites could be used for the transmission of information.
1964 - AT&T opens TPC-1, the first submarine telephone cable across the Pacific. It went from Japan to Hawaii, where it connected to two cables linking Hawaii with the mainland. This brought the same improvements to trans-Pacific service that TAT-1 had brought to trans-Atlantic service in 1956.
1964 - Computer Language. Mac - Apple - PC Basic Code - Dr. John G. Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz developed the BASIC language at Dartmouth in 1964. BASIC stood for "Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code." Their objective: to create a simplified computer language for teaching students how to program. Gates and Allen recognized that the compact design of BASIC made it ideal for the limitations of the first personal computers, which had extremely restricted memory and processing power.
1964 - Table and Clock radios are produced at over 3 million per year, a figure that holds steady from 1960 to 1965. The FCC rules that AM-FM combo's must run different programs on the two stations at least half the time.

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1965 - AT&T installs the world's first electronic telephone switch (special purpose computer) in a local telephone exchange, Succasunna, NJ.
1965 - New Vacuum Tube receivers are almost non-existent as transistors have taken over the market. Between 1922 and 1965, over 300 million radio receivers were manufactured in the United States.
1966 - Component Stereo equipment grows in popularity.
1966 - The Wall Street Journal passes one million in circulation for the first time.
1966 - PATENT - Farnsworth's U.S. Patent 3,258,402 Patent Granted "Electric Discharge Device For Producing Interaction Between Nuclei" Filed Jan. 11, 1962, Granted June 28, 1966. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1967 - Dolby noise reduction is introduced.
1967s 0101 - ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING; "The Man Behind The Microphone," by Robert St. John.
••• PATENT NO. 887,357. Just after Marconi's dots spanned the Atlantic, a man whose name has been almost lost to history - Nathan B. Stubblefield -- on a crisp new years' day in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, sent the human voice (his own) a distance of one mile, without benefit of wires. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1967s 0624 - Died: Victoria Edison Stubblefield (1892-1967), on June 24. Daughter of inventor, N. B. Stubblefield. Nephew Troy Cory-Stubblefield, flies to Jackson, Miss. to attend burial and inherits trunk with many archival documents of inventor grandfather, Nathan B. Stubblefield. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1967s 1111 - AGREEMENT, between Thomas O. Morgan and Bernard Stubblefield, (reg. publishing of Stubblefield material) November 11, 1967, (handwritten original) &emdash; On this date November 11th 1967 A. D. I grant permission to Thomas O. Morgan, to publish any material pertaining to the N. B. Stubblefield private papers. It is AGREED between myself and Mr. Thomas O. Morgan I will be allowed to read any manuscript concerning thee papers before publication. Signed Bernard Stubblefield, Thomas O. Morgan. WITNESS Morris Lacraft, Steve Douglas (handwritten lines crossed out/canceled by mail. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1968 - AT&T introduces 911 as a nationwide emergency number.
1968 - Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated, on April 4, in Memphis, Tennessee.
1968 - Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated on June 5, in Los Angeles, California
1968f - PATENT - Farnsworth's U.S. Patent 3,386,883 Patent Granted "Method and Apparatus For Producing Nuclear Fusion Reactions" Filed May 13, 1966, Granted June 4, 1968. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1968s - TeleKey Group Formed. Cashless Society begins. Signet Credit Card Systems and NorthStar TeleKey Group formed for local and international wireless telephonic and Telex banking transactions. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- First stations set to approve trade credit exchanges over the telephone, using dial-tone key pad entry. Main offices, Los Angeles, Switzerland, Munich. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1968s 09 - Movie. "Star Makers" - Feature motion picture. Shot in Germany. Wendell Corey, Troy Cory, Barbara Valentin. Jean London; Berlin Wall / East Berlin featured. Producer, John C. Harris; Directed by John Carr. First of Series of Webcast. Cast: Troy Cory; Barbara Valentin; Wendell Corey.
1968s 1110 - RECORD SESSION - 1968: Troy Cory, November 10, 1968, at Capitol Records, Hollywood; Bill Robinson, Mastering Engineer.
1969s - The 1969 World Almanac lists many "inventors" in the field of radio. Among them it lists Murray's genius, Nathan B. Stubblefield, as inventor of the radio broadcaster in 1902. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1968s 12 - Movie. "The Model Killer"- Feature motion picture. Producer, John C. Harris; Directed by John Carr. First of Series of Webcast. Cast: Paul Norman; Doodles Weaver; Troy Cory; Linda Ronstadt; Priscilla Cory; Keith Stubblefield, Jr.
1969 - Appollo II was the first manned mission to land on the moon, on July 16, 1969. It carried Commander Neil Armstrong, Command Moduel Pilot, Michael Collins and Edwin 'buzz' Aldrin. Armstrong and Aldrin became the first humans to land on the Moon, while Michael Collins orbited above. The mission fulfilled President John F. Kennedy's goal of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth" by the end of the 1960s.
1969 - Astronauts send the first live pictures and audio from the moon.
1969 - Birth of the Internet. ARPANET commissioned by DoD for research into networking. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- First node at UCLA (Los Angeles) closely followed by nodes at Stanford Research Institute, UCSB (Santa Barbara) and University of Utah (4 Nodes).
1969 - Richard M. Nixon: Thirty-Seventh U.S. President, 1969-1974. (b. January 9, 1913 in Yorba Linda, California, d. April 22, 1994 in New York, New York). Married to Patricia Ryan Nixon.
1969f - In the late 1960s, Television International reporter, Bob Foster, was invited by Farnsworth's sister to visit the inventor at his home. At that time Farnsworth was a member of the board of International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT) which had taken over the Capehart-Farnsworth Company. Wrote Foster, " ITT was trying to acquire the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). SEE MORE STORY ABOUT TVI BOB FOSTER ARTICLE.
1969s 0501 - NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD PAPERS; RECEIPT - Nathan B. Stubblefield Papers Murray State University, May 1, 1969, (handwritten original)&emdash; Filmed May 1, 1969 10 Mits sw, Florence, Miss. Home, Bernard Stubblefield; Nathan B. Stubblefield Papers Murray State University Library Special Collections Division, Filmed by Charles Hinds and Tom Morgan, Murray, Ky,
••• (on back page) Received of Mr. B. B. Stubblefield: 1. 3rd Charles Dickens' Works once owned by Nathan B. Stubblefield, 2. One telephone generator, (niger), 3. One telegraphy key. Signed Thomas Morgan. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1969s 0507 - LETTER - 1969: May 7, 1969, from MSU, Harry M. Sparks, President, to Bernad Stubblefield.
••• Dear Mr. Stubblefield:
••• Mr. Charles Hinds and Mr. Thomas Morgan of our Murray Sate University staff have informed me that you are considering bequeathing your father's papers to the University Library.
••• May I encourage you to do this. Your father had a very important place in the history of radio; this was his home and your home; and the Library now has a Special Collections Division which will insure that the Stubblefield Papers will receive excellent attention in perpetuity.
••• At Murray, they will be where they will be best appreciated and where you can rest assured that they will be maintained better then they would in the possible careless hands of others who might not know the value of such documents. We would, of course, encourage you also to include your papers in with your father's and any other papers which are pertinent.
••• We are indebted to you for allowing us to microfilm these materials, and we do appreciate you wanting us to keep materials from being used for the present or copied unless agreed upon between yourself and the University in writing.
••• May I hear from you shortly that you will leave the Stubblefield Papers to Murray State University?
••• Sincerely yours, Harry M. Sparks, President
••• cc. Dr. L. J. Hortin; Mr. Charles Hinds; Mr. Tom Morgan. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1969s 09 - Movie. "Buster" - Feature motion picture. Producer, John C. Harris; Directed by John Carr. Ken Burton; First of Series of Webcasts. Troy Cory; Hildegard Wendt; Larisa Von Schubert; Toni Ballard; Bud Waite; Bill Adrian; Larry Taylor; Keith Stubblefield, Jr.; Scott Stubblefield; Location: Zorthian Ranch, Altadena, California.
1969s 1128 - Nathan B. Stubblefield Scholarship Foundation, November 28, 1969. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1969s 1227 - MAYFIELD MESSENGER - 1969: Dec. 27, 1969. "Dr. RAINEY WELLS Led Drive To Get College In Murray". By Bill Powell, Sun-Democrat Roving Editor.
••• ... Rainey T. Wells had come home to happy Murray and the good news had come in before him.
••• Murray, it had been decided definitely that hot summer day in 1922, would be the home of Murray State Normal School, later Murray State Normal School and Teachers College, Murray State Teachers College, Murray State College and now bustling, promising Murray State University. And everybody there knew, and the whole state knew, that Rainey T. Wells, in a brilliant, ceaseless, battering campaign, had brought it there.
1969s 0701- RECORD SESSION - Troy Cory, July 1, 1969, Arcadia; "Please" Album.

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40+110+570=720