HC Deb 21 February 1940 vol 357 c1365W
Mr. Viant

asked the Postmaster-General whether it is his present intention that the television service shall remain suspended for the duration of the war and, if not, can he state how long the suspension is to continue?

Major Tryon

On the basis of information at present available and after consultation with the Television Advisory Committee, I can see little prospect of the provision of a television service during the war. The Committee will, however, shortly meet representatives of the radio manufacturing industry to discuss the probable lines of development of television in the more distant future

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