After World War I, the U.S. government was concerned about British dominance of radio communication, especially in the United States, where the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America held a variety of patents on wireless technology. As a result, the Navy, with the support of Woodrow Wilson, lobbied for the transformation of American Marconi intoFind out more »
On November 20, 1919, the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America officially became the Radio Corporation of America, and on November 17, 2019, we’ll celebrate RCA’s 100-year birthday with a series of events and activities that celebrate the company and the culture of innovation it engendered, and (of course) birthday cake! For a detailed list of activities,Find out more »
Lambertville artist Leyla Spencer is showing her mosaic work at the JB Kline Gallery 25 Bridge St, Lambertville, NJ, from November 2 through November 30. Spencer’s work consists of expressive colors depicting both abstract and natural forms. Spencer enjoys using stained glass, precious and semi-precious stones and found objects in her work. While mosaic isFind out more »
In the 1950s, the Radio Corporation of America was hard at work on developing a television screen so thin that it could hang on the wall like a picture. Join historian Benjamin Gross as he explains how a group of RCA scientists and engineers worked on this problem and developed a new form of electronicFind out more »
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