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 "Television", "Television & Short Wave World",
 "Electronics & Television and Short Wave World" and "Electronic  Engineering"
"Television" was the earliest television publication from the UK. It began as the Official journal of The Television Society. In 1935, it became "Televisiona and Short Wave World" and then in 1939 became "Electronics and Television and Short Wave World". It finally became "Electronic Engineering" in 1943
"Of all scientific subjects, perhaps
the one which is creating the most interest in the public mind at the present time is television. It is, however, a subject uponwhich almost no literature or authentic information has been available, either to the interested amateur or to the scientist.
* * *
It is the object of this, the first
journal of its kind in the world, to
fill this want, and to supply an
organ the sole object of which will
be to keep interested members of the
public supplied with up -to -date and
authentic information upon this new
branch of science, which bids fair in
time to rival wireless broadcasting
in importance and popularity."
Many copies courtesy of Tom Genova via Art Ellis
 



 A monthly publication beginning in March, 1928
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1928 Began March 1928  
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Became "Television and Short Wave World" in March 1935
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Became "Electronics and Television and Short Wave World" in October, 1939
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Became "Electronic Engineering" in 1942
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