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1970 - AT&T introduces customer dialing of international long distance calls, initially between Manhattan and London
1970 - THE LEDGER & TIMES -Replica Of Nathan Stubblefield 's First Radio on Display At Capitol
1970 - LETTER - from Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, to Bernard Stubblefield
1970 - TV GUIDE 1970. Let's Hear It For Bernard Stubblefield! - He Was Broadcasting's Very First Entertainer
1971 - E-mail invented. People communicate over a network. 15 nodes (23 hosts) on ARPANET.
1971 - Intel builds the microprocessor, "a computer on a chip."
1971 - Researchers at Bell Telephone Laboratories create the Unix computer operating system
1971- PHILO FARNSWORTH DIES, Farnsworth played an extremely important part in television history
1971 - HARRISON CARROLL CINEMA REPORTING PRIZE FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE BOARD
1971 - BILLBOARD - Harrison Carroll Award Established
1972 - First public demonstration of ARPANET between 40 machines
1972 - New FCC rules bring community access television
1972 - PATENT - (Farnsworth Reference) Hirsch's "Electrostatic Containment In Fusion Reactors"
1972 - THE CASH BOX - Cinema Prize Formed
1972 - VIDEO RECORD ALBUMS OF AMERICA (VRA)
1972 - AGIL OF AMERICA, Publishing Company, Membership of American Society of Composers and Authors (ASCAP)
1973 - The microcomputer is born in France.
1973 - LETTER - from Congressman Frank A. Stubblefield, Murray, Kentucky, to Josephine Sigl
1974 - Packets become mode of transfer
1974 - LETTER - from L.J. Hortin, to Keith Stubblefield - N. B. Stubblefield archive
1975 - Dies: Ernst Fredrik Werner Alexanderson Electrical Engineer. (Alexanderson Alternator)

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1975 - Wireless Radio telephone system
1975 - Charles Shuffett sold controlling interest in radio station WNBS and WAAW to Dr. Glenn Wilcox
1975 - "Not even LIFE seems to know who invented Radio." "Tocacco Farmers in Murray, Kentucky insist it cropped up there in 1892,"
1975 - BBC, London, England; Troy Cory signed with BBC Radio Play Music Label
1976 - Apple Invented. Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak set up shop in the garage
1976 - Queen Elizabeth sends out an e-mail via UNIX.
1976 - Ted Turner delivers his programming nationwide by satellite
1976 - The tradename "Microsoft" is registered with the Office of the Secretary of the State of New Mexico
1976 - Vine Street Video Centre Purchased, by Troy Cory for NBS Museum
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1978 - First COMDEX computer show in Las Vegas
1979 - The FCC reports there are 8,651 radio stations on the air. 4,549 AM, and 4,102 FM
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TimeLine1970y46w.jpg 1970 - AT&T introduces customer dialing of international long distance calls, initially between Manhattan and London.
1970s 0501 - EL MOLINO HOUSE Move: May 1, 1970. Location for Movie "China Town" directed by Polansky. Site of NBS Museum. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1970s 0613 - THE LEDGER & TIMES - 1970: June 13, 1970; Replica Of Nathan Stubblefield 's First Radio On Display At Capitol; Photo: This is an actual photo of Nathan B. Stubblefield and his wireless telephone taken in the early 1900s - EARLY RADIO - Kenneth F. Harper, Commissioner of Public Information and Jim Kincer, recently appointed Director of News and Promotional Services for the Kentucky Department of Public Information, inspect a replica of Nathan B. Stubblefield's wireless telephone. The replica is on display at the capital rotunda. Stubblefield, a native of Murray is the inventor of radio. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1970s 0823 - LETTER: August 23, 1970, from MSU, Dr. Hinds, to Bernard Stubblefield. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1970s 1001 - LETTER - 1970: October 1, 1970, from Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky 42071, to Bernard Stubblefield.
••• Mr. Bernard B. Stubblefield, P.O. Box 123, Rural Route 2, Florence, Mississippi 39073.
••• Dear Mr. Stubblefield: You will be pleased to know that your trunk and it contents now reside safely in the Stubblefield Repository at the Murray State University Library. President Sparks, himself, came over to see the trunk as it was brought in and displayed much interest in the trunk and its contents. Some pictures were taken and newspaper stories are planned. I will be sure to send you copies when the stories break the news.
••• My work on your father is progressing well and I am in hopes that I will meet my December deadline. I am compiling a list of questions that I have been unable to answer and will one day soon--meaning whenever I can get away from the University--come down to chat with you and to brief you on the progress at this stage.
••• Again I should like to thank you for allowing your father's things to bo placed in the Stubblefield Repository. Also, strictly personally I send to you my sincerest thanks for your efforts toward helping me with the book on your father. I can't say how much I appreciate your channelling inquires from other people up to me; after three years of work on your father I would be rather disturbed if some "Johnny come lately" were to throw together some slip shod and inaccurate work on your father which would create no end of problems in my research. Thanks to your efforts I am certain that will not happen.
••• I trust this letter finds you in good health and that the weather down your way continues to be fair. I'll keep in touch.
••• All good wishes, Thomas O. Morgan, Director of Radio-TV, Assistant Professor of Communications Murray State University. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1970s 0920 - TRIP TO LONDON: September 20, 1970, Troy, Josie, and Stubblefield children: Priscilla, Keith, Scott; Munich, Germany; Kitzbuehl, Austria; London, England; Stay at Louis Brown's Flat across Playboy Club.
1970s1007 - LETTER -1970: October 7, 1970, from L. J. Hortin, to Bernard.
••• Dear Mr. Stubblefield:
••• Here is a photograph of the long sought trunk. Mr. Morgan brought it to the campus and we have delivered it to the Collections Room of the Library.
••• Left to right, the persons in the picture are Mr. Charles Hines, Pres. Sparks, Tom Morgan, and yours truly.
••• We hope that the return of this trunk may induce some people of this area to bring back to the campus some of the documents and Stubblefield photographs.
••• On behalf of Murray State University, I want to thank you for the faith that you have demonstrated in is. My only ambition in this story is to preserve the prestige and honor that should belong to your father, and you.
••• Sincerely yours, L. J. Hortin, Director of Journalism *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1970s 1010 - TV GUIDE 1970. Let's Hear It For Bernard Stubblefield! - He Was Broadcasting's Very First Entertainer. By Edward C. Lambert.
1971s - NBS. Sesquicentennial Published by the The Mayfield Messenger, Article 'Murray Was Birthplace of Radio' by L. J. Hortin, Director of Journalism at MSU.
1971 - E-mail invented. People communicate over a network. 15 nodes (23 hosts) on ARPANET. E-mail - a program to send messages across a distributed network. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- E-mail is still the main way of inter-person communication on the Internet today.
1971 - Intel builds the microprocessor, "a computer on a chip."
1971 - Researchers at Bell Telephone Laboratories create the Unix computer operating system, which is designed to be hardware independent. It eventually becomes the underlying language of the Internet.
1971f - Three decades after Alexanderson's death in 1971), "I've Got a Secret" could still be the slogan for Farnsworth, and his 94-year-old widow, Pam, who worked at his side through much of his career.
1971f - PHILO FARNSWORTH DIES, March 11, 1971. Broke, Philo returned to Salt Lake City and bought a home that he died on March 11, 1971. Converted electromagnetic wave to image. (Television Receiver). Although there is no inventor single-handedly responsible for television, Farnsworth played an extremely important part in its history. As long as he received his due credit, he was content to share the limelight with his fellow inventors, Vladimir Zworykin and John Logie Baird. Sources: TVInews - The Story of Television "Philo T. Farnsworth's Role in the History of Television." Bob Foster. FOR MORE STORY
1971s - The Ledger & Times, Murray, Kentucky. Article: "Kentucky Farmer Invents Wireless."
1971s 0210 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory - Munich. Germany, with Ambros Seelos, Trixi Studio Munich; Basel, Switzerland.
1971s 0601 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory - Jack Millman Studio.
1971s 0701 - THE JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING: July 1, 1971. "Nathan B. Stubblefield and His Wireless Telephone" By Thomas W. Hoffer.
1971s 0707 - BILLBOARD - 1971: July 7, 1971, Harrison Carroll Award Established.
••• Entertainment columnists will henceforth be honored by the newly organized Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize, it was announced at a star-studded banquet held at the Marquis Restaurant recently The prizes, to be awarded early next year, will be in honor of Harrison Carroll who devoted more than 40 years to showbusiness reporting until his retirement in 1969. "l like Hollywood people," he once said. "l give them every break l can."
••• Hosts of the Prize Foundation were well represented at the banquet, including actors John Wayne, chairman, and Brayden Linden, president; movie director Gerd Oswald, vice president; singer-actor T r o y Cory, coordinator, and many film executives such as producer Terry Moore ("Bunny o'Hare"). Mr. Carroll, star for the night, was accompanied by his lovely wife.
••• Other well-known celebrities on the Board of Governors are Stephen Crane, Glenn Ford, Anthony Quinn and Zsa Zsa Gabor, to name a few.
1971s 1101 - HARRISON CARROLL CINEMA REPORTING PRIZE FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE BOARD: Brayden Linden, President; Gerd Oswald, Vice-President; Josephine Sigl, Secretary; Carol Puntini, Treasurer; Maria Carroll, Scholarship Chairman.
••• BOARD OF GOVERNORS: John Wayne, Chairman; Ernest Borgnine, Vice Chairman; Troy Cory, Board Coordinator; Mannie Pineda, Public Relations;
••• Tony Anzio; Melvin Belli; Ken Burton; Stephen Crane; Sammy Davis, Jr.; Charles Engel; Glenn Ford; Zsa Zsa Gabor; Henry Hathoway; Ross Hunter; Christine Linden; Terry Moore; Pat O'Brien; Marjorie Oswald; Anthony Quinn; Nicky Sands; Ronald Southart; Robert Wagner; Henry Waring; Racquel Welch. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Patrick Curtis; Al Fast; Barry Sullivan; Joan Crawford; Elke Sommers; Sue Bernard.
1972 0110 - TRIP TO EUROPE: January 10, 1972, Troy, Josie; Munich Germany; Cannes, France; International Music Market (MIDEM); London, England.
1972 - Computers can connect more freely and easily. First public demonstration of ARPANET between 40 machines; Internet-working Working Group (INWG) created to address need for establishing agreed upon protocols; What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Telnet specification: Telnet is still a relevant means of inter-machine connection today.
1972 - New FCC rules bring community access television. "Open Skies" allows any U.S. firm to have communication satellites.
1972 - Landsat I, the "eye-in-the-sky" satellite, is launched.
1972f - PATENT - (Farnsworth Reference) Hirsch's U.S. Patent 3,664,920 Patent Granted "Electrostatic Containment In Fusion Reactors" Application No. 738940, Filed June 21, 1968, Granted May 23, 1972. Inventor R. Hirsch, Assignee: Int'l Telephone and Telegraph Corp., Nutley , NJ. Reference Cited: Farnsworth 3,258,402 June 11966. Reference Cited Farnsworth 3,386,883 June 1968. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1972s 0110 - TRIP TOEUROPE: January 10, 1972, Troy, Josie; Munich Germany; Cannes, France; International Music Market (MIDEM); London, England.
1972s 0122 - THE CASH BOX - 1972: January 22, 1972, Cinema Prize Formed.
••• Hollywood&emdash;Cinema Prize Records, Inc., a subsidiary of the Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Foundation, has been formed and has released its first product: an album entitled "The Closest I Ever Came," with a single of the title tune by actor-vocalist Troy Cory. The firm of Warren Lanier Enterprises, has been contracted to set up national distribution, and handle the promotion, marketing, and merchandising of the new label's product.
••• Executive officers of the newly formed diskery are Braden Linden and Gerd Oswald. To date the following distributors have been appointed by Warren Lanier Enterprises, to distribute Cinema Prize Records; Los Angeles, Calif Record Merch.; New Orleans, La., All South Distributors. Memphis, Tenn., Hot Line Record Distributors, and in Charlotte, N.C, Bib Distributors.
1972s 0201 - THE WORLD OF FOLK AND COUNTRY - 1972: February 1, 1972; Cinema Prize Recording Artist Troy Cory With Academy Award Winning Star John Wayne at the Cinema Prize party held recently. Cory who just recorded an album for Cinema Prize, also has a single out on the label "The Closest I Ever Came" and "Kiss The World Goodbye." February 19th Cory leaves for Munich, Germany where he will appear on Bavarian TV's hit show "Bang Bang" the 23rd and 27th. He will also appear on ORF in Innsbruck, Austria March 3rd. Photo: John Wayne and Troy Cory above insert. Troy Cory 's grandfather, Nathan B. Stubblefield, invented the radio in 1892, in Murray, Kentucky.
1972s 0731 - VIDEO RECORD ALBUMS OF AMERICA (VRA) - Founded July 31, 1972. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1972s 1120 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory - San Francisco, Golden Gate Recording Studio; Arranger: Renee Hall.
1972s 1130 - AGIL OF AMERICA, Publishing Company, November 30, 1972. Josie Cory, President. Membership of American Society of Composers and Authors (ASCAP).
1973 - Global Networking becomes a reality. First international connections to the ARPANET: University College of London (England) and Royal Radar Establishment (Norway) -- Ethernet outlined - this is how local networks are basically connected today. Internet ideas started. Gateway architecture sketched on back of envelope in hotel lobby in San Francisco. Gateways define how large networks (maybe of different architecture) can be connected together. File Transfer Protocol (ftp) specified - how computers send and receive data.
1973 - September 19th, a 'Pirate Radio' station begins to broadcast from a ship anchored some 3 miles offshore of Cape May, N.J. It was shut down the same day by the FCC.
1973 - The microcomputer is born in France.
1973s - Died: Bernard B. Stubblefield, inventor (1887-1973), on October 4, in Jackson, Mississippi. Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield. Bernard, called "Bernie" by his close friends, wills trunk with diaries, inventions, archival documents and personal papers to his nephew, Troy Cory-Stubblefield, who with second wife Josie, travels to Jackson, Miss. to attend burial. Troy opens Trunk, containing archival documents for first time on local CBS TV station in Jackson, Miss. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1973s 0102 - LETTER - 1973: January 2, 1973, from Congressman Frank A. Stubblefield, Murray, Kentucky, To Josephine Sigl
••• Dear Mrs. Sigl:
••• I was delighted to receive the recording of Troy Cory Stubblefield and to know that he was one of Cinema Prize's top recording artists.
••• I was also very interested in your enclosures and inquiries relative to Troy's grandfather, Nathan B. Stubblefield. Needless to say, there probably is much information that has never been printed about him, and I am glad to know that you are so very much concerned in promoting the true "inventor of the radio."
••• My father, Vernon Stubblefield, Sr., who is 94 years old and a kinsman of Nathan Stubblefield, is quite informed on the subject. I have shared with him your letter and enclosures as well as the recording. If you feel he can provide you any information, you may contact him at the Fern Terrace Lodge, Murray, Kentucky 42071.
••••• Thanking you for sharing with us your interest in Nathan Stubblefield, and with all good wishes, I am Sincerely, Frank A. Stubblefield, Member of Congress. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1973s 1001 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory - October, 19, 1973, at Ray Charles Studio, Los Angeles, California.
1974 - Gerald Ford: Thirty-Eighth U.S. President, 1974 -1977. (b. July 14, 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska. Married Elizabeth Bloomer Ford.
1974 - F.F. Soucy Inc. & Partners, Limited Partnership, a majority-owned subsidiary of F.F. Soucy, formed by Dow Jones and Rexfor.
1974 - Packets become mode of transfer - Transmission Control Program (TCP) specified. Packet network Intercommunication - the basis of Internet Communication. Telenet, a commercial version of ARPANET, opened - the first public packet data service.
1974s - The Corys maintain and continue NBS Family Trust in Calfornia. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1974s 0115 - LETTER - 1974: January 15, 1974, from L. J. Hortin, to Keith Stubblefield, Pasadena, CA 91106.
••• Dear Dr. Stubblefield:
••• As you probably know, I have been interested in the Stubblefield story for many years. I am Chairman of the Department of Journalism at Murray State University and, also, Chairman of the Archives Committee that is collecting materials on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• I had frequent telephone conversations and much correspondence with Bernard. On behalf of the University, I would like to offer to you our facilities for storing, keeping, or reproducing any materials that you may have. These materials could be retained in your name, if you prefer. Copies of the materials would also be welcomed by our University. I understand that much of the material I collected from 1930-47 is now in the hands of the Chamber of Commerce here at Murray.
••• Through the years I have been able to supply Bernard with clippings and copies of some of this material.
••• If you should ever be in Murray, we hope you will drop in to see us. Sincerely, L. J. Hortin. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1974s 0324 - Article "The Stubblefield Story" portrays Murray Calloway County History.
1974s 0328 - Stubblefield. Murray Ledger & Times, 'Radio Inventor's Death Remembered,' by L. J. Hortin.
1974s 0405 - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: April 5, 1974; Rambling Reporter HANK GRANT.
••• .... HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Bette Davis, Gregory Peck, Mary Costa, Melvyn Douglas, Mark Tenser, Roy Thinnes, Susan Tolsky, Jim Milliard, Col. Robert Cranston, David Winters, Roger Davis, Robert Q. Lewis, Grady Sutton, Josette Banzet Cowan, Lee Miller, Ivar Dixon, David White, John Smith, Frank Hotchkiss, Gale Storm, Cubby Brocdoli, Jack Barry, Roger Corman, Paula Kelly, Sergio Franchi, Troy Cory, Karen Verne Ed Velarde, Pat Colby and Andre Previn.
1974s 0426 - 'The Stubblefield Story', an operetta, presented at Lovett auditorium at Murray State.
1974s 0503 - TV GUIDE - 1974: 11 P. M. Channel 13 TROY CORY EVENING SHOW Debut.; MAY 3, 1974 TO JUNE 7, 1974 AT 11:00 P.M. ON CHANNEL 13. Troy Cory, Priscilla Cory, The Passionettes; Guests: Comic Foster Brooks; John Barrymore, Jr.; The Pango Orchestra; Alan Hale; Renee Valenti; Florence Marly.
1974s 0510 - TV GUIDE - 1974: 11P.M. Channel 13 TROY CORY EVENING SHOW.
••• Jack Foreman, general manager of Samuel Goldwyn Studios, talks about the late producer and shows film clips from some Goldwyn movies. Also: Troy sings "Behind Closed Doors," "Dream a Little Dream of Me" and "Kiss an Angel Good Morning.
1974s 0514 - VARIETY - 1974: May 14, 1974, Television Reviews; The Troy Cory Evening Show.
••• ( Fri., 11-11:3O PM., KCOP) A warm tribute to Samuel Goldwyn and his indelible mark on Hollywood featured this outing of "The Troy Cory Evening Show," a diverting half-hour combining the songs of the star-host with interviews. It's a moderately budgeted show aimed at the syndication market, would seem to have a chance there.
••• Jack Foreman, general manager of the Goldwyn Studios, was' quizzed by Cory and clips from some of Goldwyn's milestone pix, were shown. They included "Best Years of our Lives," "Wuthering' Heights" and "Guys And Dolls." Foreman spoke with affection of Goldwyn and his yarns about one of the industry pioneers were interestingly told.
••• This show was obviously shot before that fire at the Goldwyn Studios, and Foreman was telling how they planned a new building 1 and other expansion, One Foreman anecdote of particular interest. I concerned the late Walt Disney, telling how many years ago Disney had approached Goldwyn and asked him to distribute his product but Goldwyn's partners (in UA at that time) felt cartoons were beneath their dignity.
••• Cory has a good voice, presented several tunes, his best rendition being on "Behind Closed Doors." A singing-dancing group labeled The Passionettes offered little. Cory's daughter, Priscilla, provided an able, assist. Martin Green is producer-writer-director of this modest effort. Daku.
1974s 0524 - TV GUIDE - 1974: 11:00 P. M. 13 TROY CORY EVENING SHOW.
••• Writers Ron Fischer and Zina Florentine are Troy's guests. Musical selections include "Girls, Girls, Girls," "To Get to You" (Troy); "Love Story" (John Barrymore, Jr.); and "La Bamba" (Pango Orchestra).
1974s 0524 - TV GUIDE - 1974: 11:00 P. M. 13 TROY CORY EVENING SHOW.
••• Writers Ron Fischer and Zina Florentine are Troy's guests. Musical selections include "Girls, Girls, Girls," "To Get to You" (Troy); "Love Story" (John Barrymore, Jr.); and "La Bamba" (Pango Orchestra). *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1974s 0705 - THE TROY CORY EVENING SHOW FRIDAYS ON CHANNEL 5 AT 11:30 P. M. JULY 5, 1974 TO DECEMBER 1974.
1974 - In the wake of Watergate, President Nixon is forced to resign. President Gerald Ford nominates Nelson to be vice president. After grueling confirmation hearings that focus on the Rockefellers' wealth, Vice President Rockefeller is sworn in.
1975 - Dies: Ernst Fredrik Werner Alexanderson (1878-1975), on May 14, in Schenectady, N.Y. Electrical Engineer. (Alexanderson Alternator).
1975 01 - First PC computer. MITS Altair 8800 shown on the cover of the 1st January 1975 issue of Popular Electronics was the world's First Minicomputer to Rival Commercial Models.
1975 0916 - Wireless Radio telephone system / US03906166. Inventors: Martin Cooper, Richard W. Dronsuth, Albert J. Mikulski, Charles N. Lynk Jr., James J. Mikulski, John F. Mitchell, Roy A. Richardson, John H. Sangster. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent and this patent to the Internet? In the exhibits attached to the Patent, it affixes the wireless telephone or cell phone or mobile phone installed in vehicles, ships and trains, traveling through a field of wired telephone poles or within cells or "Wi-Fi" induction "HotSpots", a connection to wired telephone exchanges are feasible.
1975-1976 - Computerization of the network begins as AT&T installs the world's first digital electronic toll switch, the 4ESS®, in Chicago. This switch could handle a much higher volume of calls (initially 350,000 per hour) with greater flexibility and speed than the electromechanical switch it replaced.
1975al - Alexanderson died on May 14, 1975, at his home
1975s - Charles (Chuck) Shuffett sold controlling interest in radio station WNBS and WAAW to Dr. Glenn Wilcox and family on Sept. 12, after the FCC had approved the transfer. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1975s 0304 - LETTER: March 4, 1975, from Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss. to Dr. Keith Heim, Library, Murray State University.
••• Dear Dr. Heim:
••• In answer to your request, I am enclosing a description of our Bernard Stubblefield papers. They are not listed in the Guide to Official Records because they are private manuscripts. We hope this information will be helpful to you.
••• Mr. Ray regrets that he will be unable to attend the conference next week. Sincerely yours, Carl A. Ray Director, Archives and Library Division By: Michelle Hudson, Research Assistant. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1975s 0815 - VARIETY - August 15, 1975; CORYS SEEK TOTAL $17 MIL IN SUITS AGAINST AFTRA, EXEC.
1975s 0815 - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - August 15, 1975, AFTRA Row Sparks Cory's $17 Mil Suit.
••• Actor Troy Cory yesterday announced that he intends to file a $17 million cross-complaint suit against the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists for allegedly "intentionally and unlawfully" interfering with the elder Cory's contractual relationship with performers who were to appear on his " Troy Cory Show" which was to be aired this summer on KTLA.
••• The complaint, first against AFTRA to be filed by a member, claims that Dave Tytherleigh, assistant executive secretary of AFTRA's Los Angeles local, allegedly made defamatory remarks about Cory in the presence of the show's financial backers and the audience who were to view the first videotaping on May 31,1975.
1975s 0912 - WNBS: The Story of Calloway County.
••• Charles (Chuck) Shuffett sold controlling interest in radio station WNBS and WAAW to Dr. Glenn Wilcox and family on September 12, after the Federal Communications Commission had approved the transfer. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1975s - THE VIDEOPLAY REPORT: 1975 Vol.5/No. l9, VIDEOTAPED PERFORMANCES of songs by Troy Cory, Priscilla, and Ambros Seelos will be introduced on videocassette at the Sept. 21-23 Las Vegas International Musexpo '75 according to information received from Cinema Prize Records, 8192.
••• Universal City CA. Cory and Priscilla are featured in the nationally TV syndicated, "The Troy Cory Show". The cassettes will be an attraction of Cinema's Musexpo booth where they will be shown on a Muntz Television large-screen unit. The half-hour 3/4 U cassettes will sell for $67 for one and $29.99 for a second show. They are offered to CATV systems with unlimited play rights. The videocassette programs were edited and duplicated by Muntz and will be distributed by Muntz Television to US stations and the Muntz Theater Television Chain, a network of TV large-screen projection houses.
1975s 0922 - MUSEXPO LAS VEGAS - Industry Market; Troy's (VRA) demonstration of first video and laser disc; Roddy S. Sashoua, Pres. of MUSEXPO.
1975s - "Not even LIFE seems to know who invented Radio," or "Tocacco Farmers in Murray, Kentucky insist it cropped up there in 1892," By Harvey Geller.
1975s1001 - TRIP TO EUROPE - England, Germany.
1975s 1001 - BBC, London, England; October 1, 1975; Troy Cory signed with BBC Radio Play Music Label.
1975s 1213 - Billboard - "Harvey Geller has just written an article on the man who invented radio, Nathan B. Stubblefield, in the Dec. 9 issue of Circular, the Warner Bors. Records publication."
1975s 1213 - BILLBOARD MAGAZINE - Vox Jox By Claude Hall. Harvey Geller's Stubblefield Article.
••• Harvey Geller, an advertising account executive within the confines of Billboard, has just written an article on the man who invented radio-Nathan Bernard Stubblefield-in the Dec. 9 issue of Circular, the Warner Bros. Records publication. He called it "raidio" and also wireless telephone. He even designed a raidio for the horseless carriage. To this day, you have WNBS in Murray, Ky., not accidentally Stubblefield's initials and a memorial on the campus of Murray State just a few hundred feet from the site of the world's first raidio broadcast. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
02 / TimeLine / Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak set up Shop in Garage and Design Apple Computer
1976 - Apple Invented. Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak set up shop in the garage of Jobs' parents' home in Cupertino, Calif. to design a computer. Jobs sells his Volkswagen van and Wozniak sells his programmable calculator to finance the building of the first 50 Apple I circuit boards. The company's first computer, featuring a wooden frame, appeals mainly to hobbyists.
1976 - Queen Elizabeth sends out an e-mail via UNIX.
1976 - UUCP (Unix-to-Unix CoPy) developed at AT&T Bell Labs and distributed with UNIX. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- UNIX was and still is the main operating system used by universities and research establishments. These machines could now ''talk'' over a network. Networking exposed to many users worldwide.
1976 - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak announce the Apple I personal computer, only $666.66! Shugart introduces the 5.25-inch floppy disk drive at $390. Three computer magazines arrive: BYTE, Computer Graphics & Art, and Dr. Dobb's Journal of Computer Calisthenics and Orthodontia; April Fools!
1976 - Ted Turner delivers his programming nationwide by satellite.
1976 0101 - Apple Computer is formed with the introduction of the Apple I on April Fool's day 1976; Out of the garage and into the history books, Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak build the first single circuit board PC complete with video interface and 8K of RAM and a keyboard.
1976 0327 - The tradename "Microsoft" is registered with the Office of the Secretary of the State of New Mexico. The application says that the name has been in continuous use since November 12, 1975.
1976 0327 - Twenty-year old Bill Gates gives the opening address at the First Annual World Altair Computer Convention (WACC) held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 11/1/76 Paul Allen resigns from MITS to join Microsoft full time.
1976s 0505 - PURCHASE OF 1224 VINE STREET BUILDING, KNOWN AS TROY CORY'S VINE STREET VIDEO CENTER, FIRST A MOTION PICTURE/VAUDEVILLE THEATER, THEN A TELEVISION STUDIO AND NBS MUSEUM. *NBSWiTel™©AFact FOR MORE STORY
%23%23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2006/ImagesTLine/TLVineStreetPrisCory108w.jpg 1976s - Vine Street Video Centre purchased, by Troy Cory / NBS Museum. The Stage facilities were used to video tape the national syndicated Steve Allen Show and Groucho Marx Show in the 60s and 70s. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- the manufacturing of the VHS-tape and Laser Disk, was the compression and pitting of disk for DVD and CD formatting. MPEG formatting, MPEG 1, 2, 3 and 4, then called Laser, is still the main MPEG operating system used to make and stream video over the Internet. *NBSWiTel™©AFact - MORE STORY
1976s 0302 - TVI RePrint - January 1, 1976, "The Father of Radio Was An Encyclopedia," By Josie Cory, RADIO AGE Volume 2, Number 2, March 1976 "The Greatest Broadcast Swindle"- excerpts and interviews from "Stranger Than Science," World Almanac, United States Patent Office, Troy Cory. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
760410 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory, Priscilla Cory; April 10, 1976, at Sun Valley Studios, Van Nuys (Disco Songs).
1976t - A bronze statue of Tesla was placed at Niagara Falls, New York. A similar statue was also erected in his hometown of Gospic in 1986.
1977s-1979 - Vine Street Stage introduces the methods used to video tape music videos for television and Laser Disk. 2" video tape was used. Rod Stewart, Jackson Browne, Randy Meisner (The Eagles), Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers, Nicolette Larsen, the Troy Cory Show, Priscilla Cory, Mel Carter, and the Schlitz Beer commercials starring James Coburn, were all video taped on 1", using digital editing equipment for special effects. 3/4" tape was used for post production editing. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1977 - J.P. Morgan. In 1977 his great-grandson started a fire and made their house burn down, leading to 30 years in jail.
1977 - A.C. Markkula joins Apple as partner/chairman when it incorporates. The company introduces a more advanced computer called the Apple II that helps launch the era of desktop computers.
1977 - Apple Computer introduces Apple II.
1977 - AT&T opens its first Network Operations Center in Bedminster, New Jersey. With this center AT&T achieves real-time active management of its entire long distance network from a single location.
1977 - Commodore Business Machines introduces Personal Electronic Transactor (PET) computer.
1977 - E-mail takes off, Internet becomes a reality. Number of hosts breaks 100. THEORYNET provides electronic mail to over 100 researchers in computer science (using a locally developed E-mail system and TELENET for access to server). Mail specification. First demonstration of ARPANET/Packet Radio Net/SATNET operation of Internet protocols over gateways.
1977 - AT&T installs the first fiber optic cable in a commercial communications system, in Chicago.
1977 - Jimmy Carter: Thirty-Ninth U.S. President, 1977-1981. (b. October 1, 1924 in Plains, Georgia. Married Rosalynn Smith Carter.
1977 - Tandy Corporation announces TRS-80 Model 1 microcomputer.
1977 - There are some 205 million FM receivers in use in the United States. 95% of the nation's homes had an FM receiver.
1977s1021 - SOURCE ENGINEERING, October 21, 1977, by C. F. Kerry Gaulder, to HIGH FIDELITY, Editor, The Publishing House, Great Barrington, MA 01230.
••• Mr. Geller's contribution (November 1977) about Nathan Stubblefield 's "radio" experiments was of great interest to me; I had never heard of him, although some years ago when I had the leisure, I investigated the subject with some thoroughness for a history of radio I was writing. (After about 80,000 words, covering the period of Morse and Wheatstone to the outbreak of World War I, I became too busy to finish it).

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1977s1212 - Film. "Christmas Around the World. " EUROPE Location - December 12, 1977. Filming of Christmas Show in Germany and Austria. Starring Troy Cory, Priscilla Cory, Manuela.
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1977t- The Gerlach Hotel, where Tesla lived and where Tesla conducted the radio wave experiments, was renamed The Radio Wave Building, at 49 W 27th St. (between Broadway and Sixth Avenue), Lower Manhattan. A commemorative plaque was placed on the building in 1977 to honor his work.
1978 - 5.25-inch disk drives arrive for Tandy and Apple computer systems. 16-bit microprocessors are here. Intel introduces the 8086 chip.
1978 - Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wrote Integer BASIC, the first language available for the machine. But it was quickly supplanted in popularity by Microsoft Applesoft BASIC/.
1978 - First COMDEX computer show in Las Vegas.
1978 - PBS delivers programming by satellite.
1979 - In Japan the world's first cellular phone network starts.
1979 - JAPAN Wireless Telephone. In 1979, in a separate venture, the first commercial cellular telephone system began operation in Tokyo. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent and this venture to the Internet? The wireless telephone or cell phone or mobile phone system can remotely connect itself to wired telephone exchanges system to broadcast voice and TV signal over a wired network to a computer.
1979 - News Groups born - Computer Science Department research computer network established in USA. USENET established using UUCP. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- USENET still thrives today. A collection of discussions groups, news groups. 3 news groups established by the end of the year. Most communications take place between mobile vans.
1979 - The FCC reports there are 8,651 radio stations on the air. 4,549 AM, and 4,102 FM. Over 400 million receivers are in U.S. homes and automobiles.
1979 011 - Seattle natives Gates and Allen announce plans to return home and set up offices in Bellevue, Washington from Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is the first microcomputer software company in the Northwest.
1979s1201 - ROSEMONT ESTATE. December 1979. "An Estate That Lives as a Legend," Pasadena, California. Rosemont Studio and NBS Museum. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1979 - Nelson Rockefeller dies of a massive heart attack at age 70 under scandalous circumstances, while in the company of a young female assistant.
1979 - The Wall Street Journal becomes the largest paid-circulation newspaper in America.

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