Practical Television

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Practical Television, later known as Television and subsequently Television & Consumer Electronics, was a UK magazine for the electronics/TV servicing trade, enthusiasts, and the general public.[1]

Practical Television was initially a supplement to Practical Wireless and available as a separate publication from September 1934.[1] The first issue after the war was No. 1 in April 1950. The chief editor was F.J. Camm and it was published by George Newnes. It was closed in June 2008.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Practical Television". American radio History. Retrieved 22 October 2016.