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1980 - 73MAGAZINE Article "Who Really Invented Radio?" By Larry Kahaner 73 Associate Editor
1980 - Apple Computer goes public. 4.6 million shares, largest offering since Ford Motor in 1956
1980 - Sale of Vine Street Studio to Donna Summer
1981 - BITNET - "Because It's Time NETwork" started as a cooperative network at the City University of New York, with the first connection to Yale
1981 - The IBM PC
1981 - FAMOUS FIRST FACTS, By Joseph Nathan Kane; A Record of First Happenings, Discoveries, and Inventions in American History
1982 - A.M. Stereo is first authorized in the United States. 5 competing systems struggle for dominance - as the FCC refuses to settle on a standard
1982 - The Microsoft Local Area Network (MILAN) is now fully functional, linking all of Microsoft's in-house development computers
1983 - Internet Grows. Name server developed
1983 - Riding a boom in personal computers, Apple enters the Fortune 500 and hires former Pepsi executive, John Sculley as chief executive officer
1983 - The compact disc goes on sale in the U.S., ushering in the digital music age
1984 - Apple introduces the Macintosh computer in a television ad during the Superbowl
1984 - Domain Names Not Numbers will be used to identify Owners of URLs
1984 - Domain Name Server (DNS) was introduced instead of 123.456.789.10
1984 - VRA Introduces Actrix Portable Computer Laptop
1984 - On January 1 the Bell System ceases to exist. In its place are seven Regional Bell Operating Companies and a new AT&T
1985 - Apple's Sculley ousts Jobs in an attempt to put an end to a bitter split between those who believed in the Macintosh vs. those who supported the Apple II
1985 - Sony builds a radio the size of a credit card.
1984 - Equal Access carrier selection begins, first in Charleston WV. The Federal Communications Commission had mandated that all telephone subscribers choose which long distance company they would reach on dialing 1+ the number
1984 - Microsoft takes a leading role in developing software for the Apple Macintosh computer. The company ships Microsoft BASIC and Microsoft Multiplan simultaneously with the introduction of the Macintosh
1986 - GE re-acquired RCA, primarily for the NBC television network. The rest was sold to various companies, including Bertelsmann and Thomson
1986 - Reginald Aubrey Fessenden was inducted posthumously into the CAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame
1987 - Apple launches the Mac II
1988 - Apple vs. Microsoft Corp. Apple files lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. over Microsoft's infringing on Apple's Windows and Apple's mouse pointer system

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1988 - TROY CORY SHOW featuring Troy Cory & Joey Lauren Adams performs at the Shanghai TV Festival attended by Beijing dignitaries, Minister President, Zhu Rongji, and the then mayor of Shanghai, and now the Head of China, Jiang Zemin 1988 - The Federal Trade Commission begins investigating Microsoft for possible anti-trust violations
1989 - Plenipotentiary Conference held in Nice recognized the importance of placing technical assistance to developing countries on the same footing as its traditional activities of standardization and spectrum management.
1989 - De Forest inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame
1990 - NAB BROADCASTING HALL OF FAME. Name of Nominee: NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD, INVENTOR; Most outstanding Accomplishment: INVENTED WIRELESS TELEPHONE
1991 - FCC approves expansion of the AM broadcast band. The change adds from 1605-1705 - kHz
1991 - WNBS. Purchase of Radio and TV Station WNBS, Murray, Kentucky, by Keith Stubblefield
1991 - VATS Dial Tone Laboratory - a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines
1991 - Troy Cory-Stubblefield demonstrates 1902 radio to Elliot Sivowitch, radio historian for the Smithsonian Institution
1991 - WNBS - LookRadio Commences telecast and webcasting on www from Murray, Kentucky to Pasadena, California
1992 - Apple vs. Microsoft Corp. - Apple loses copyright ruling in its lawsuit against Microsoft. Microsoft can use the mouse and the Apple window pull-down and icons set-up
1992 - The term "surfing the Internet" is coined by Jean Armour Polly
1992 - KENTUCKY GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION that the year 1992 be proclaimed as NATHAN BEVERLY STUBBLEFIELD YEAR IN KENTUCKY
1993 - SMART-DAAF BOYS, The Inventors of Radio and Television - Four Volume Set of History of Broadcasting Published. Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Josie Cory, Mark Sova, authors, illustrators
1993 - Network Solutions Inc. - InterNIC created by NSF to provide specific Internet services: (:sc1:) - directory and database services
1993 - The www Revolution begins. Number of Hosts 2 Million
1993 - DSL Market Evolution. (H)DSL Introduced High-Cap Replacement
1994 - Apple launches a new line of computers called the Power Macintosh, which uses a RISC microprocessor developed in alliance with IBM and Motorola
1994 - Kyoto Plenipotentiary Conference
1994 - Microsoft announces MOUSE and five new multimedia titles at the Intermedia Conference in San Jose.
1994 - The top format for U.S. Commercial radio is Country - 2642 stations.
1994 - Aerosmith song "Head First" becomes the first full-length commercial entertainment product released for downloading
1994 - Internet Top Ideas: First BANK - Virtual, the first cyberbank, open up for business; Radio stations start rockin' (rebroadcasting) round the clock on the Net

 


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TimeLine1980y46w.jpg 1980s 12 - 73MAGAZINE Article "Who Really Invented Radio?" By Larry Kahaner 73 Associate Editor. Nathan Stubblefield's tombstone and apparatus on cover.
1980 - Apple Computer goes public. 4.6 million shares, largest offering since Ford Motor in 1956.
1980 - Novell, Inc. announces that it will develop network software.
1980 - Intelsat V relays 12,000 phone calls, 2 color TV channels.
1980 - One million computers installed in the U.S.
1980 1122 - BILLBOARD AD, November 22, 1980, VM-20 VIDEOMUSIC; SAM BUTERA & T. C. STUBBLEFIELD star in CALZONIA. D.C. (hot zone.)
••• A musical television series for network, syndication or just plain ol' home video use. Video Record Albums of America 8471 Universal Plaza Universal City.
1980s 0102 - SALE OF VINE STREET STUDIO TO DONNA SUMMER, Jan. 2, 1980.
1980s 0105 - MIDEM. TRIP TO EUROPE - January 8, 1980. Troy, and Josie Cory, Mari and Jerry Rettke; Frankfurt Germany, Train to Stuttgart, Picked up Merzedes, then on to Cannes, France, (MIDEM) Venice, Italy; Munich, Germany; Paris, France; Antwerp, Holland; London, England.
1980s 0926 - MUSEXPO - September 26, to 30, 1980, International Record and Music Industry Market, Miami Beach, Florida, Bal Harbour (VRA).
1980 - The Wall Street Journal Radio Network is founded.
1981 - Kirk Kerkorian buys UA and merges it with MGM.
1981 - BITNET - "Because It's Time NETwork" started as a cooperative network at the City University of New York, with the first connection to Yale. Provides electronic mail and listserv servers to distribute information, as well as file transfers CSNET (Computer Science NETwork) established to provide networking services (specially E-mail) to university scientists with no access to ARPANET. CSNET later becomes known as the Computer and Science Network.
1981 - Ronald Reagan: Fortieth U.S. President, 1981-1989. (b. February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, d. June 5, 2004 in Bel-Air, California. Married to Nancy Davis Reagan.
1981 - The IBM PC.
1981 - Washington, D.C. area, USA Wireless Telephone. In 1981, Motorola and American Radio Telephone started a second U.S. cellular radio-telephone system test in the Washington/Baltimore area. By 1982, the slow-moving FCC finally authorized commercial cellular service for the USA. A year later, the first American commercial analog cellular service or( AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone Service) was made available in Chicago by Ameritech.
1981 - With MS-DOS running on over 150 million PCs, it's easy to forget that it wasn't always the international phenomenon it is today; The arrival of the 16-bit IBM personal computer in 1981 set in motion a new era of computing, as the personal computer industry quickly left behind its early 8-bit days; Within a few years, the industry would coalesce around two primary operating systems: Microsoft MS-DOS and the Apple Macintosh.
1981s 0101 - FAMOUS FIRST FACTS -1981, By Joseph Nathan Kane; A Record of First Happenings, Discoveries, and Inventions in American History - Fourth Edition Expanded and Revised, Published by H. W. Wilson Co., New York, in 1981 (first published in 1933); ISBN: 0&endash;8242&endash;0661&endash;4.
••• Famous First Facts, by Joseph Nathan Kane; 1350 pages, hardcover, contains two separate listings about Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• First, on page 521, a listing in the RADIO BROADCAST section of the book is written as follows:
••• Radio broadcast demonstration was made by Nathan B. Stubblefield in 1892.
He was the first person to transmit the voice by air without the aid of wires. He gave a public exhibition of his invention on January 1, 1902; and on May 30, 1902, in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, Pa., his voice was heard a mile away from the transmitter. He obtained patent No. 887, 357 on May 12, 1908, but because of his idiosyncrasies he did not permit knowledge of his invention to be spread abroad. Inability to obtain a fabulous sum for his invention swell as fear of imparting its secret before the patent was granted, deprived him of the fame which by right of priority should have been his. (Kentucky Progress Magazine. Vol. II No. 7).
••• Second, on page 529, a listing in the RADIO TELEPHONE section of the book is written as follows:
••• "Radio telephone marine demonstration of wireless telephony was held on board the steamer Bartholdi on the Potomac River, March 20, 1902. The apparatus and equipment used were the inventions of Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Ky." *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1981s 0121 - MIDEM. TRIP TO EUROPE - January 21, 1981, Troy, Josie, Lynn; Frankfurt, Germany; Cannes, France; International Music Market,; (MIDEM) (English group) Schrobenhausen, Munich, Germany; Bologna, Italy; Return Feb. 16, 81.
1981s 0124 - MIDEM NEWS, January 24, 1981, Cannes, France, "CORY HITS MIDEM." Troy Cory, President of VRA Records, USA, announced that music from its major Television Productions and Calzonia Television series is now available for foreign licensing.
••• Cory stated that added benefits and sales of records will be stimulated from its satellite programming directed Satcorn ll and Westcon lll to world wide audiences.
••• The Christmas Television Special is entitled ''Miss Santa's Hollywood Snow Flake'' which features vocalist T. C. Stubblefield, Priscilla, Manuela, and the Munich Boys Choir. The television series is entitled ''Calzonia'' featuring Sam Butera, the world renowned New Orlean Jazz Singer and Sax Player. Other sound tracks are also available.
••• Mr. Cory and his associate, Lynn Mann, will be in Europe during both MIDEM, and MIP TV conventions to talk to interested parties.
••• V.R.A. was founded ten years ago as a Television Production-Company and has grown to be one of the largest video music record albums in the world. Their studios and general offices are located at 8471 Universal Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608, USA.
1981s 0404 - THE DIRECTORY OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS 1981. This is to certify that Troy Cory has been selected for inclusion in The Directory of Distinguished Americans 1981 Edition for Contributions to The Recording, Radio, Television Industry Presented by the American Biographical Institute, J. S. Thomson, J. S. Mills, Registrars of Awards.
1982 - A.M. Stereo is first authorized in the United States. 5 competing systems struggle for dominance as the FCC refuses to settle on a standard.
1982 - AT&T and the Justice Department agree on tentative terms for settlement of anti-trust suit filed against AT&T in 1974. AT&T agrees to divest itself of its local telephone operations. In return, the Justice department agrees to lift the restrictions on AT&T activities contained in the 1956 Consent Decree. The agreement, once accepted by the court, becomes known as the Modification of Final Judgement or MFJ.
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1982 - Cellular phone network starts in U.S. In conjunction with the soon-to-be-divested Ameritech, AT&T opens the first commercial cellular telephone system in the United States in Chicago. The cellular franchises pass to the divested local companies in January.
1982 - TCP/IP defines future communication DCA and ARPA. Establishes the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP), as the protocol suite, commonly known as TCP/IP, for ARPANET. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Leads to one of the first definitions of an Internet as a connected set of networks, specifically those using TCP/IP, and Internet as connected TCP/IP internets.
1982 - Dow Jones celebrates its 100th anniversary.
1982 - The Microsoft Local Area Network (MILAN) is now fully functional, linking all of Microsoft's in-house development computers.
1982s 0128 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory, Tina Kincaid, January 28,1982, London And Worcestershire, England. (Muff's Studio).
1982s 0918 - VIDCOM. TRIP TO EUROPE - September 18, 1982. Filming of Troy Cory Show. Troy, Josie, Scotti, Lori, Tina; Munich, Miesbach, Germany, Salzburg, Austria, Venice, Pisa, Italy; Cannes, International Television Program Market (VIDCOM now MIPCOM); Paris, France.
1983 - Internet Grows. Name server developed. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Large number of nodes. Hard to remember exact paths use meaningful names instead. Macintosh Desktop workstations with windows and mouse, come into being. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Many with Berkeley UNIX which includes IP networking software need switches from having a single, large time sharing computer connected to Internet per site, to connection of an entire local network. UCal at Berkeley releases new version of UNIX 4.2BSD incorporating TCP/IP. EARN (European Academic and Research Network) established on similar lines to BITNET.
1983 - Riding a boom in personal computers, Apple enters the Fortune 500 and hires former Pepsi executive, John Sculley as chief executive officer.
1983 - The compact disc goes on sale in the U.S., ushering in the digital music age.
1983al - Alexanderson was honored posthumously, when he was elected, for his invention of the high-frequency alternator, to join the ranks of distinguished inventors in the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Several of the original Alexanderson Alternators can be found today in the museum set up in Grimeton, Sweden. In 1996, one was turned on during the 80th anniversary celebration. The station worked just it as it did in 1916, and transmitted signals back to the U.S.
1983 - The Wall Street Journal Europe is launched.
1984 - The Asian w s Journal is expanded to include -- for the first time -- a distinct, second section called "Money & Investing."
1984 - Apple introduces the Macintosh computer in a television ad during the Superbowl. The 60-second commercial airs only once but the image of an athletic woman bursting into a drab room of corporate drones and smashing an image of Big Brother crystallizes Apple's message as an alternative to IBM.
1984 - AT&T reduces long distance rates by 6.4 percent, as non-traffic sensitive costs begin moving from rates to local-company administered access charges. This was the first in a series of rate reductions over the next six years that totaled approximately forty percent.
1984 - Conus relays news feeds for stations on Ku-Band satellites. A television set can be worn on the wrist.
1984 - Domain Names Not Numbers will be used to identify Owners of URLs. Growth of Internet Continues. Number of hosts breaks 1,000.
1984 - Domain Name Server (DNS) was introduced instead of 123.456.789.10 -- it is easier to remember something like www.myuniversity.mydept.mynetwork.mycountry -- ( e.g. www.cs.cf.ac.uk). JANET (Joint Academic Network) established in the UK. Moderated news groups introduced on USENET.
1984 - Equal Access carrier selection begins, first in Charleston WV. The Federal Communications Commission had mandated that all telephone subscribers choose which long distance company they would reach on dialing 1+ the number. This would level the playing field and bring full competition to the long distance telephone market.
1984 - On January 1 the Bell System ceases to exist. In its place are seven Regional Bell Operating Companies and a new AT&T that retains its long distance telephone, manufacturing, and research and development operations.
1984 - Vine Street Video Centre / Rosemont Studio introduces the 26 episode TV series "The Gov" and "R& B Plus". The Macintosh computer is used as part of its catalog system.
1984 - VRA Introduces Actrix Portable Computer Laptop.
1984 0124 - Microsoft takes a leading role in developing software for the Apple Macintosh computer. The company ships Microsoft BASIC and Microsoft Multiplan simultaneously with the introduction of the Macintosh. Microsoft also announces that Word, Chart, and File will ship soon.
1984s 0215 - NATPE, (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TELEVISION PROGRAM EXECUTIVES) February 15, 1984, San Francisco.
1984s 0706 - TV GUIDE - 1984: 12:30 p. m. Channel 9 TROY CORY SHOW -- Music; 1:00 a. m. 9 R & B PLUS -- Music
1984s 0713 - TV GUIDE - 1984: 12:30 p. m. Channel 9 TROY CORY SHOW -- Music; 1:00 a. m. 9 R & B PLUS -- Music
1984s 1008 - MIPCOM. TRIP TO EUROPE - October 8, 1984, Nice, St. Tropez, France; (Le Provencal Hotel), 1er Festival Internationale Du Video Clip 10/8-10/11. Troy Cory, Josie Cory, Al Preiss and Sylvia Preiss. To Cannes For MIPCOM (International Program Market; To Munich, Germany.
1984s 1020 - PREMIER FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DUE VIDEO-CLIP DE SAINT-TROPEZ, October 20, 1984, R & B PLUS TROY CORY - George DUKE - BEST VIDEO; Company; VRA TELEPLAY PICTURES, Director: K. A. STUBBLEFIELD. Producer: Troy CORY. Length: 30.
1984s1015 - VIDCOM. 'MARCHE INTERNATIONAL,' October 10, 1984, R & B Plus, The Troy Cory Show to VIDCOM.
••• VRA Teleplay Pictures, R & B Plus Television and Bohemia Film GmbH, Munich, have launched their new release schedule with 14 hour long episodes of "Plus-The Troy Cory Show". These shows, subtitled, "To Catch a Song", are the pilots for a proposed ongoing series with a different approach to the video music market.
••• Music Video clips by A&M, Motown, Epic, Capitol, RCA, Mercury, Arista, and BBC records, support a vivid hour long story line.
••• Some of America's most popular stars are featured, including Jeffrey Osborne, George Duke, Rockwell, Rick James and Nona Hendrix.
••• VRA Teleplay Pictures is the exclusive worldwide distributor for the show.
1984s1020 - THE TROY CORY SHOW 1984 - SAINT TROPEZ.
••• The first of fourteen half-hour episodes starring Troy Cory, this production takes a new and different approach to the video-music market, with the MTV formula for success. Filmed and taped on locations all over the world.
1985 - Apple's Sculley ousts Jobs in an attempt to put an end to a bitter split between those who believed in the Macintosh vs. those who supported the Apple II. Apple also announces layoffs of 1,200 employees in the face of losses.
1985 - Sony builds a radio the size of a credit card. U.S. TV networks begin satellite distribution to affiliates.
1985s - Los Angeles area. TeleKey Group introduced the Wireless telephone TM to Signet Credit Card holders. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent and this venture to the Internet? Despite the incredible demand, it took the wireless telephone phone service over 76 years, (since Stubblefield's 1908 patent) -- to become commercially available in the United States. Consumer demand quickly outstripped the 1982 system standards. By 2003, the cellular telephone has migrated into satellite subscribers exceeding 39 million, and the airways were viewing battlefield scenes from Iraq. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1986 - GE re-acquired RCA, primarily for the NBC television network. The rest was sold to various companies, including Bertelsmann and Thomson.
1986 - Power of Internet Realized 5, 000 Hosts. 241 News groups. As a highspeed hierarchical "network of networks", the National Science Foundation Network (NSFNET) created (backbone speed of 56 Kbps) -- National Science Foundation (NSF) establishes 5 super-computing centers to provide high-computing power for all - This allows an explosion of connections, especially from universities. Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) designed to enhance Usenet news performance over TCP/IP.
1986 - The first 'dial-up' remote control system for a transmitter is introduced by Gentner. HBO scrambles its signals.
1986r - Reginald Aubrey Fessenden was inducted posthumously into the CAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame. No Canadian more deservedly could have been accorded this recognition.
1986s 0602 - RECORD SESSION: Troy Cory, June 2, 1986, England, The Old Smithy Recording Studio; BBC & VRA RADIOPLAY MUSIC, London, Worcesterhsire, England.
1986s1101 - RADIO ELECTRONICS MAGAZINE, "The Early Days Of Radio" - By Martin Clifford. PART 2 (Page 61).
1987s 0113 - NATIONAL ENQUIRER: January 13, 1987. "An Unknown Farmer Was the REAL Inventor of the Radio . . . But He Took the Secret to His Grave."
••• Amazing stories of the bizarre and unexplained are recounted in the intriguing book "Stranger Than Science," by best-selling author Frank Edwards. In this final exclusive ENQUIRER installment, Edwards tells of the farmer who demonstrated radio transmission years before anyone else&emdash;and took the secret of his invention to his grave. By FRANK EDWARD.
1989s 0101 - READER'S DIGEST - "Strange Stories Amazing Facts of America's Past." Nathan Stubblefield, Lost Genius 'Radio's true inventor had no head for business' (Picture - family).
••• He was a lonely, impoverished hermit when he was found starved to death in a shack near his hometown of Murray, Kentucky, in 1928. His body went into an unmarked grave. The world had forgotten Nathan B. Stubblefield, who had invented radio.
1989s - Died: March 21, Helen Stubblefield, daughter of inventor, N. B. Stubblefield. Troy Cory- Stubblefield, and his mother Priscilla Alden Stubblefield attended funeral in Oklahoma. Aunt Helen willed trunk with archival documents and personal papers to her nephew Troy. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1987 - Apple launches the Mac II.
1987 - Commercialization of Internet Born Number of Hosts 28,000. UUNET is founded with Usenix funds to provide commercial UUCP and Usenet access.
1987 - Half of all U.S. homes with TV are on cable.
1987 - While the huge commercial success of Windows was still one version away, Microsoft Windows version 2.0 introduced a host of important technical advances.
1987 03 - Timbuktu allows you to operate distant computers as if you were sitting in front of them, transfer files or folders quickly and easily, and communicate by instant message, text chat, or voice intercom.
1988 - Apple vs. Microsoft Corp. Apple files lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. over Microsoft's infringing on Apple's Windows and Apple's mouse pointer system.
1988 - AT&T lays and opens TAT-8, the first fiber optic submarine telephone cable across the Atlantic. It has a capacity equivalent to 40,000 calls, ten times that of the last copper cable. (Today's cables have capacities equivalent to over 1,000,000 calls).
1988 - FCC allows 'Short Spacing' of FM stations.
1988 - NSFNET backbone upgraded to T1 (1.544 Mbps) Internet Relay Chat (IRC) developed.
1988 01 - The Federal Trade Commission begins investigating Microsoft for possible anti-trust violations.
1988 0131 - Microsoft and Ashton-Tate announce the Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database server software product for Local Area Networks (LANs).
1988 06 - Ashton-Tate. First shipment is planned in the second half of 1988; The Business Software Association is formed to combat software piracy. Computer virus by 23-year-old hacker infects more than 6,000 computers on the Internet.
1988 10 - Zygomatic Templephone VATS Brain-scanner Laboratory - a technology for bringing back memories to solve mysteries by the use of television and video replay. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology for the Internet. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Provides a mechanism for streaming and accessing information on the Internet at 28k, 56k. Quick Time streaming was commenced and has been used for editing of "To Kill With A Song" mystery series.
1988s - Troy and Josie Cory attend Republican Inner Circle Meeting and Reception in Washington, D.C. at Vice President, Dan Quails Residence.
1988 - TROY CORY SHOW featuring Troy Cory & Joey Lauren Adams performs at the Shanghai TV Festival attended by Beijing dignitaries, Minister President, Zhu Rongji, and the then mayor of Shanghai, and now the Head of China, Jiang Zemin. Troy performed live on China's Central People's Television Broadcasting in front of an estimated 400 million Chinese viewers -- SEE STV FRONT COVER OF 1988 PROGRAM / •SEE MOVIE
1988 / 00 - Jiang Zemin (b: 1926) During the Shanghai TV Festival In October 1988, as a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and as the Mayor of Shanghai, Jiang Zemin played host to the Shanghai Television Film Festival. The Opening Night show featured the TROY CORY SHOW with Troy Cory, Joey Adams and the West Side Boys. It was the first TV Show in the People's Republic to be nationally televised to over 300 million viewers throughout China. http://smart90.com/jiangzemin
1988 / 1012 - Television International Magazine was the first American show business magazine in China. TVI introduced and delivered it first issue during the Shanghai TV Festival attended by Beijing dignitaries, Minister President, Zhu Rongji, and the then mayor of Shanghai, Jiang Zemin. Bernard Schwartz introduces Loral, U.S.A. -- to China. He is a personal friend of Bill Clinton. SEE COPY OF MAGAZINE.
1989 - George H. W. Bush: Forty-First U.S. President, 1989-1993. (b. June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts. Married to Barbara Pierce Bush.
1989 - Large growth in Internet Number of hosts breaks 100,000. First relays between a commercial electronic mail carrier and the Internet -- Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) comes into existence under the IAB.
1989 - Plenipotentiary Conference. In 1989, the Plenipotentiary Conference held in Nice recognized the importance of placing technical assistance to developing countries on the same footing as its traditional activities of standardization and spectrum management. To this end, it established the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) to step up efforts being made to improve communications in the developing regions of the world. At the same time, against a background of increasing globalization and the gradual liberalization of world telecommunication markets, the Nice Plenipotentiary Conference initiated a re-evaluation of the Union's structures, operation, working methods and the resources allocated to enable it to achieve its objectives. The conference established a committee of experts whose task was to make recommendations on changes which would ensure that the Union continued to respond effectively to the needs of its members.
1989 08 - Microsoft announces that The Microsoft Office will soon be available on CD-ROM. Microsoft buys a minority share in The Santa Cruz Operation, the leading developer of UNIX.
1989d - De Forest inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
1989 - The Wall Street Journal celebrates its 100th anniversary. It has been printed continuously since its founding on July 8, 1889 by Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser.
1989 - Deng Xiaoping officially, Deng decided to retire from top positions when he stepped down as Chairman of the Central Military Commission in 1989, and retired from the political scene in 1992. China, however, was still in the era of Deng Xiaoping. He continued to be widely regarded as the "paramount leader" of the country, believed to have backroom control. Hu Jintao, Deng's hand-picked man, is now the leader of the fourth generation of the PRC leadership. Deng was recognized officially as "The architect of China's economic reforms and China's socialist modernization".
1989 - Jiang Zemin takes over as Chinese Communist Party general secretary from Zhao Ziyang, who refused to support martial law during the Tiananmen demonstrations.
1989 - TIANANMEN SQUARE / Lone protester halts tank column on Avenue of Eternal Peace during 1989 crackdown on demonstrators who had camped for weeks in TIANANMEN SQUARE, to demand the posthumous rehabilitation of former CCP General Secretary Hu Yaobang, who was forced to resign in 1987.
1989 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1992 BEIJING TV SHOW. -- MORE STORY.
1989 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1992 TV SHOW. Bernie Schwartz - Satellite. -- MORE STORY.
1989 / 0225 - Feb. 25 26, 1989: President George H.W. Bush visits China. - The 40-hour visit in Beijing is more like a stopover on the way back from the funeral in Tokyo of Japanese Emperor Hirohito. It ends up being his only visit to China as president. Bush does a live interview on China's Central People's Television Broadcasting in front of an estimated 600 million Chinese viewers.

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1990 - Expansion of Internet continues 300,000 Hosts. 1,000 News groups ARPANET ceases to exist. Archie released files can be searched and retrieved (FTP) by name. The World comes on-line (world.std.com), becoming the first commercial provider of Internet dial-up access.
1990s - Dies: Priscilla Alden-Stubblefield (1902-1990), on July 7. Wife of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield and mother of Troy Cory-Stubblefield.
1990s 1102 - NAB BROADCASTING HALL OF FAME, November 2, 1990.
••• Nomination Form, Deadline: November 2, 1990; Greg Delaney, WSJP Starlite Communcations, 1500 Diuguid Road, Murray, Kentucky 42071, (502) 753-2400;
••• Name of Nominee: NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD, INVENTOR; Most outstanding Accomplishment: INVENTED WIRELESS TELEPHONE;

••• Brief History: RADIO IN THE 1890'S PRIOR TO MARCONI.
••• I have studied this for years and conclude that Nathan B. Stubblefield is the Father of Broadcasting.
••• There are two dissertations that have been written about Stubblefield as well as several newspapers throughout the country documenting his amazing discovery in Murray, Kentucky, St. Louis and along the Potomac near Washington at the Turn of the Century.
••• I enclose documentation to this effect and would be happy to present the inforamtion at the next N. A. B. Greg Delaney. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1990 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1990 DELEGATION. The Troy Cory Television Show, featured Troy Cory, Tina Kincaid, Angelica Bridges and Jeanie Woo, attends and performs at the Shanghai TV Festival. Performs in concert at Beijing colosseum and meets Deng Xiaoping; Travels to Anshan to perform. The show was produced by Wayne Gan and China Expo 2000AD. -- MORE PHOTO STORIES
1990 - Kerkorian sells MGM/UA to Giancarlo Parretti. He defaults in 1991, turning over the studio to Credit Lyonnais.
1991 - AT&T acquires computer maker NCR Corporation in an attempt to realize the synergies it believed inherent in the coming integration of computing and communications.
1991 - Commercial Internet Exchange (CIX) Association, Inc. formed by General Atomics (CERFnet); World-Wide Web (WWW) released by CERN; Tim Berners-Lee developer (:pb1:); Defense Data Network NIC contract awarded by DISA to Government Systems Inc. who takes over from SRI in May; Countries connecting to NSFNET: Croatia (HR), Czech Republic (CZ), Hong Kong (HK), Hungary (HU), Poland (PL), Portugal (PT), Singapore (SG), South Africa (ZA), Taiwan (TW), Tunisia (TN).
1991 - FCC approves expansion of the AM broadcast band. The change adds from 1605-1705 - kHz.
1991 - Friendly User Interface to WWW established - Gopher released by Paul Lindner and Mark P. McCahill from the University of Minnesota. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Text based, menu-driven interface to access Internet resources. No need to remember or even know complex computer command. User Friendly Interface. Largely superseded by WWW, these days.
1991 - Hypermedia System. WWW released by CERN; Tim Berners-Lee developer. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Originally developed to provide a distributed hypermedia system. Easy access to any form of information anywhere in the world. Initially non-graphic (this came later, MOSAIC, 1993).
1991 - Modernization Begins - Commercial Internet exchange (CIX) Association, Inc. formed after NSF lifts restrictions on the commercial use of the Net. Wide Area Information Servers (WAIS). What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Provides a mechanism for indexing and accessing information on the Internet. Large bodies of knowledge available: E-mail messages, text, electronic books, Usenet articles, computer code, image, graphics, sound files, databases, etc. These form the basis of the index of information we see on the WWW today. Powerful search techniques implemented. Keyword search.
1991 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1990 Beijing Deligation, introduces the Gideon Bible officials Wendel McClinton, v.p, and Don Johnson, pres. to China government officials. Bibles were printed in official Dept of Defense printing facilities. The first Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Pageant took place. Christ Thom, Playmate was featured in show. -- MORE STORY
1991s - Nathan B. Stubblefield Enterprises Inc. (NBS) California, formed in Pasadena.
1991s 05 - WNBS. Purchase of Radio and TV Station WNBS, Murray, Kentucky, by Keith Stubblefield. Sept 1, 1991. FCC approval of changing ownership of radio and TV station WNBS to Keith Stubblefield. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1991s 01 - Microsoft announces the availability of Microsoft Excel for Windows 3.0. 3/18/91 Microsoft announces that it has purchased a 26 percent share of Dorling Kindersley, Ltd., a London-based book publisher and international packager.
1991s 0101 - WSMV TV, Nashville TV 1991 - Terry Bulger's ID&endash;4 Backroad Series - "Press Interviews" Nathan B. Stubblefield filmed and recorded at Murray, Kentucky & WNBS Radio Station. ( portion of script was taken from the Video Tape footage featuring an interview with Troy Cory&endash;Stubblefield). *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1991s 0309 - MURRAY - March 9, 1991. Press Conference at the Wrather West Kentucky Museum at Murray State University. Troy Cory, Josie Cory, Tina Kincaid, Angelica Bridges attending.
1991s 0310 - THE PADUCAH SUN - March 10, 1991; Paducah, KY. "Grandson Wants World To Know Radio Born In Murray" By Tonny A. Kennedy, Sun Staff Writer.
1991 0530 - INCORPORATION OF NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD, ENTERPRISES, INC., a Nevada corporation, May 30, 1991. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1991s 10507 - HE COURIER-JOURNAL - May 7, 1991, Louisville, Ky. Kentuckian invented radio, grandson claims; Wilkinson declares Stubblefield, not Marconi, should be credited. Photo: Family Portrait; By Mark Schaver, Staff writer.
1991s 0508 - THE SAN DIEGO UNION - May 8, 1991; "Stubblefield First To Go Wireless? Grandson Tries To Rewrite 1st Chapter In Radio History" By Ed Jahn, Staff Writer.
1991 0709 - DALLAS TIMES HERALD - July 9, 1991; A Tireless Defense Of Wireless' Inventor; Photo: Troy Cory demonstrates the of a replica of his grandfathers transmitting device. By Lori K. Johnson of the Times Herald Staff.
1991s 0710 - HERALD LEADER - 1991: July 10, 1991; Lexington, KY; "Radio Museum Honors Murray Inventor."
1991s 0719 - DAILY LEDGER - July 19, 1991; Washington D.C.; "He Says Grandpa Invented the Radio."
1991s 11 - VATS Dial Tone Laboratory - a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology for the Internet. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Provides a mechanism for streaming and accessing information on the Internet at 28k, 56k, ISDN line. Quick Time streaming has been used since the opening of the Pasadena Rosemont Studio facilities.
1991s 02 - China Expo 2000 - Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Pageant, Beijing. Troy Cory Concert. Shanghai. Introduces Go-Fax Phone Booth System.
1991s 02 - TVI Publishing introduces Gideon Bibles to China. Printed in Beijing, PRC.
1991s 0719 - Troy Cory-Stubblefield demonstrates 1902 radio to Elliot Sivowitch, radio historian for the Smithsonian Institution, listens to a simulated model of Nathan B. Stubblefield's turn-of-the century wireless telephony invention as Troy Cory-Stubblefield and Chris Harris look on. July 19, 1991.
1991s 10 - WNBS - LookRadio Commences telecast and webcasting on www from Murray, Kentucky to Pasadena, California; Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Victor Caballero developers. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Originally developed to distribute and transmit programing over the web. Used remote camera to keep in touch with the station's employees. Easy access to any form of information on the station's Mac computers from anywhere in the world.
1992 - Apple vs. Microsoft Corp. - Apple loses copyright ruling in its lawsuit against Microsoft. Microsoft can use the mouse and the Apple window pull-down and icons set-up. Micro-soft forgets about Dos and their orange colored fonts forever.
1992 - As of November 30th, 1992 the FCC reports 4961 AM stations, 4766 commercial FM stations, and 1585 Educational FM stations, for a total of 11,312 radio stations on the air in the United States. There are also 1509 television stations broadcasting. New station ownership rules go into effect - a single group may now own up to 18 AM and 18 FM broadcast stations. The Digital Compact Cassette (DCC) is introduced to the consumer market. 'USA Digital Radio' conducts its first 'on-air' tests of their in band on channel A.M. digital audio broadcasting in Cincinnati, OH.
1992 - Geneva. In 1992, a plenipotentiary conference, known as the Additional Plenipotentiary Conference, took place in Geneva and dramatically remodelled ITU, with the aim of giving it greater flexibility to adapt to today's increasingly complex, interactive and competitive environment. - As a result of the reorganization, the Union was streamlined into three Sectors, corresponding to its three main areas of activity Telecommunication Standardization (ITU-T), Radiocommunication (ITU-R) and Telecommunication Development (ITU-D). The new system also introduced a regular cycle of conferences to help the Union rapidly respond to new technological advances.
1992 - Allocations were made for the first time to serve the needs of a new kind of space service using non-geostationary satellites, known as Global Mobile Personal Communications by Satellite (GMPCS). The same year, spectrum was identified for IMT-2000, the ITU-developed next-generation global standard for digital mobile telephony. Due for commercial implementation early in this new millennium, IMT-2000 will harmonize the incompatible mobile systems currently in use around the world while providing a technical foundation for new, high-speed wireless devices capable of handling voice, data and connection to online services such as the Internet.
1992 - Internet Society (ISOC) is chartered (January); IAB reconstituted as the Internet Architecture Board and becomes part of the Internet Society - Number of hosts breaks 1,000,000; First MBONE audio multicast (March) and video multicast (November); World Bank comes on-line.
1992 - In a joint venture with Hearst Corp., Dow Jones launches SmartMoney, The Wall Street Journal Magazine of Personal Business.
1992 - Multimedia changes the face of the Internet Number of hosts breaks 1 Million. News groups 4,000 Internet Society (ISOC) is chartered.
1992 - The term "surfing the Internet" is coined by Jean Armour Polly (:jap:); Countries on-line to NSFNET: Antarctica (AQ), Cameroon (CM), Cyprus (CY), Ecuador (EC), Estonia (EE), Kuwait (KW), Latvia (LV), Luxembourg (LU), Malaysia (MY), Slovakia (SK), Slovenia (SI), Thailand (TH), Venezuela (VE).
1992s 04 - NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD YEAR. KENTUCKY GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. - "NOW, THEREFORE, I, WALLACE G. WILKINSON, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, do hereby proclaim that Nathan B. Stubblefield is the true inventor of radio and should be so recognized internationally as such, and that Murray in the Commonwealth of Kentucky be recognized as the birthplace of radio, and that the year 1992 be proclaimed as NATHAN BEVERLY STUBBLEFIELD YEAR IN KENTUCKY IN RECOGNITION OF HIS ACCOMPLISHMENT, ON THE OCCASION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS ACHIEVEMENT. Signed 29th day of April, 1991." SEE KENTUCKY GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1992s 1127 - Died: L. J.Hortin (1906-1992), Professor of Journalism. THE PADUCAH SUN, November 27, 1992; 'Chief' Left Mark On Students, State - Hortin. By Bill Bartleman, Sun Staff Writer.
••• Hortin, affectionately referred to by students and friends as "Chief," began and ended his career in the classroom at Murray State University, where he taught from 1928 to 1947 and again from 1967 until 1974 when he retired. From 1947 to 1967, he was professor and director of the School of Journalism at Ohio University in Athens. Hortin also worked tirelessly to have Nathan B. Stubblefield, a Murray inventor, named the founder of the wireless telephone or .radio. FOR MORE STORY
1993s 02 - SMART-DAAF BOYS - Four Volume Set of History of Broadcasting Published. Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Josie Cory, Mark Sova, authors, illustrators. SMART-DAAF BOYS The Inventors of Radio & Television & The Life Style of Nathan B. Stubblefield - 640, Vol. I, 529 pages, by Troy Cory-Stubblefield. Hardcover (April 1, 1993). SMART-DAAF BOYS 2002 "All In One" Radio, Television and Desk Top Almanac - 630, Vol. II, 475 pages, by Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Mark Sova. Hardcover (April 1, 1993). SMART-DAAF BOYS Re-inventing Radio & Television With a Glossary - 620, Vol III, 382 pages, by Josie Cory (Editor). Hardcover (April 1, 1993). SMART-DAAF BOYS Re-discovering Radio With Documents - 610, Vol. IV, 580 pages, by Josie Cory, (Editor). Hardcover (April 1, 1993). *NBSWiTel™©AFact0
1993 - Apple introduces Newton personal digital assistant, a hand held computer. Michael Spindler becomes CEO.
1993 - AT&T announces a definitive merger agreement with McCaw Cellular Communications Inc, the largest provider of cellular service in the United States. The acquisition is later renamed AT&T Wireless. AT&T completes the transaction in 1994.
1993 - Bill Clinton: Forty-Second U.S. President 1993-2001. Born: August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas. Married to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
1993 - FCC selects the Motorola C-QUAM system of AM stereo transmission as the US standard - Ten Years after AM stereo was first authorized. The lack of an approved standard greatly hindered the development of this mode of broadcasting.
1993 - Network Solutions Inc. - InterNIC created by NSF to provide specific Internet services: (:sc1:) - directory and database services (AT) - registration services (Network Solutions Inc.) - information services (General Atomics/CERFnet); U.S. White House comes on-line (http://www.whitehouse.gov/): - President Bill Clinton: president@whitehouse.gov - Vice-President Al Gore: vice-president@whitehouse.gov; Internet Talk Radio begins broadcasting (:sk2:); United Nations (UN) comes on-line (:vgc:); U.S. National Information Infrastructure Act; InterCon International KK (IIKK) provides Japan's first commercial Internet connection in September. TWICS, though an IIKK leased line, begins offering dial-up accounts the following month (:tb1:).
1993 - The number of licensed users of Windows now totals more than 25 million, making Windows the most popular graphical operating system in the world.
1993 - The WWW Revolution begins Number of Hosts 2 Million. 600 WWW sites. InterNIC created by NSF to provide specific Internet services -- directory and database services registration services -- information services. Business and Media really take notice of the Internet. U.S. White House and United Nations (UN) comes on-line. Mosaic takes the Internet by storm; What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- User Friendly Graphical Front End to the World Wide Web. Develops into Netscape - most popular WWW browser to date. WWW proliferates at a 341,634.
1993 01 - DSL Market Evolution. 1991-92 (H)DSL Introduced High-Cap Replacement. 1993 (A)DSL Introduced Technical Trials. 1994 VoD Hype Marketing TrialsDSL refers to different variations of DSL. DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. The variation called ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is the form of DSL that will become most familiar to home and small business users. ADSL is called "asymmetric" because most of its two-way or duplex bandwidth is devoted to the downstream direction, sending data to the user.
1993 04 - Specifications for MP3 are published as part of an industry standard.
1993 0601 - Microsoft announces that Judge Vaughn R. Walker of the U.S. District Court of Northern California ruled today in Microsoft's favor in the Apple vs. Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard copyright suit.
1993 12 - Countries on-line: Fiji (FJ), Ghana (GH), Guam (GU), Indonesia (ID), Kazakhstan (KZ), Kenya (KE), Liechtenstein (LI), Peru (PE), Romania (RO), Russian Federation (RU), Turkey (TR), Ukraine (UA), UAE (AE), U.S. Virgin Islands (VI).
1994 - Apple launches a new line of computers called the Power Macintosh, which uses a RISC microprocessor developed in alliance with IBM and Motorola. IBM reportedly makes a bid for Apple but is rebuffed.
1994 - Commercialization begins Number of Hosts 3 Million. 10,000 WWW sites. 10,000 News groups. ARPANET/Internet celebrates 25th anniversary -- Local communities begin to be wired up directly to the Internet (Lexington and Cambridge, Mass., USA) -- U.S. Senate and House provide information servers -- Shopping malls, banks arrive on the Internet. A new way of life.
1994 - Kyoto conference. The Kyoto Plenipotentiary Conference in 1994 adopted the first-ever strategic plan for ITU, which advocated a more client-oriented approach and a programme of activities centred around the changing roles, needs and functions of ITU members. - In addition, the Kyoto conference identified a need for a forum where members engage in broad, informal discussions on global telecommunication policies and strategies. It thus established the World Telecommunication Policy Forum (WTPF), an ad hoc meeting which encourages the free exchange of ideas and information on emerging policy issues arising from the changing telecommunication environment.
1994 - Microsoft announces MOUSE and five new multimedia titles at the Intermedia Conference in San Jose. The first version of Microsoft Word came bundled with a Microsoft Mouse, but customers were not ready to adopt the mouse. While Word offered advanced features and sophisticated output for its era, and the Mouse provided Point-and-click simplicity of use, the slow market reaction to the combination of the two products proved that this was definitely an idea ahead of its time.
1994 - The top format for U.S. Commercial radio is Country - 2642 stations. Adult Contemporary is number two with 1784, News/Talk has 1028, and Religious stations are fourth with 926 stations. Rock is programmed by 721, Oldies 714, Spanish/Ethnic has 470 and Adult Standards is programmed by 435. Rounding out the top ten are Top-40 with 358 and Urban with 328. Denmark begins on air testing of the Eureka 147 method of Digital Audio Broadcasting on 237 MHz.
1994 - U.S. Senate and House provide information servers; First cyberstation, RT-FM, broadcasts from Interop in Las Vegas; WWW edges out Telnet to become 2nd most popular service on the Net (behind ftp-data) based on % of packets and bytes traffic distribution on NSFNET; Japanese Prime Minister on-line (http://www.kantei.go.jp/); UK's HM Treasury on-line (http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/); New Zealand's Info Tech Prime Minister on-line (http://www.govt.nz/).
1994 06 - Aerosmith song "Head First" becomes the first full-length commercial entertainment product released for downloading.
1994 12 - Internet Top Ideas: First BANK - Virtual, the first cyberbank, open up for business; Radio stations start rockin' (rebroadcasting) round the clock on the Net: WXYC at Univ of NC, KJHK at Univ of KS-Lawrence, KUGS at Western WA Univ; The first banner ads appear on hotwired.com in October. They were for Zima (a beverage) and AT&T; Top 10 Domains by Host #: .com, .edu, .uk, .gov, .de, .ca, .mil, .au, .org, .net.
1991s 11 - VATS Dial Tone Laboratory - a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology for the Internet. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Provides a mechanism for streaming and accessing information on the Internet at 28k, 56k, ISDN line. Quick Time streaming has been used since the opening of the Pasadena Rosemont Studio facilities.
1994s - 07 - VATS Dial Tone Laboratory - a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology for the Internet. Provides a mechanism for streaming and accessing information on the Internet at 28k, 56k, ISDN and T-1 lines. Quick Time streaming was commenced and has been used since 1991. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1994 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1994 DELEGATION FROM CHINA TO LAS VEGAS FOR STRIP HOTEL, AND BANK. -- MORE STORY

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