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Television With No Borders
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"We Preserve The Moments"
The Bartholdi - 1902 Washington D.C. Georgetown University in Background
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Nathan B. Stubblefield With His "Wireless Radio Telephone"
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Patents - "Wireless Telephone

"The March 20th Potomac Wireless Telephone Radio/Telecast Was A Big Success - It Proved A Point," -- says Troy Cory

"It took one hundred years to prove that the
Wireless Telephone was radio,
now it's part of television," --
said entertainer Troy Cory - on LookRadio's ship to shore broadcast held on the Potomac River on March 20, 2002. The "The Wireless Telephone Telecast was the second part of five segments, of the Stubblefield Broadcast series. The ship used was the motor yacht "ALISA II" -- and the shore was anywhere US.A., Europe and Asia.
eNews Updates
The next four Stubblefield MPEG4 Demos

May 30, 2002 - in Philadelphia, Belmont Mansion;
June 11, 2002 - New York Battery Park;
July 02, 2002 - Munich, Germany, Munich Film Festival, August 2002 - Beijing,
China.

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History of Nathan Stubblefield
& His Lifestyle
Patent Time Line - Wireless Telephone
Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray Kentucky- 1860-1928
 "Radio Boy" & "The SMART-DAAF BOYS"™
The True Story About The Inventors of
Radio and Television ©1993-2000

Nathan B. StubblefieldMarconiAmbrose Fleming
Reginald FessendenTeslaDeForestArmstrongAlexandersonFarnsworth
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1892 - First Wireless Telephone Broadcast
1898 - Stubblefield "Electrolytic Earth Battery" Coils
1902 - First Ship To Shore Broadcast
1907 Stubblefield "Wireless Telephone" Patent
1912 - The Stubblefield Flying Machine Patent

1928 - DEATH OF NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD

A FIRST The first permanent wireless telephone broadcasting installation in the world, was in 1892, in Murray, Kentucky, by Stubblefield's Teleph-on-del-green Industrial College, now the campus of Murray State University
Q - Why can't Nathan Stubblefield's 1908 'Wireless Telephone" patent be extended - like a copyright?


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Climb Aboard The Motor yacht "ALISA II" ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20TH 1902 - 2002 - 9 AM

Acknowledgments

Press & Media: Michael Zerega / Gladys Marine.

Email: Michael Zerega - Gladys Marina

Press Infomation

About the Event
WHEN -- March 20, 2002
9:00 AM

Press rallied at the Gangplank Marina office prior to boarding the Nightingale between 9:00 am and 9:30 am Wednesday. Departure 9:45 to rendevous with "Alisa II" on station at the historic site off Georgetown.
The Gangplank Marina office is located at 600 Water St. SW, Washington, D.C.

9:00 - 9:45 AM

Press Conference Refreshments on the Boat MV "NIGHTINGALE".-

10:00 AM

PRESS Boarded the Motor Yacht "ALISA II" and Left Dock to Cruise to Reenactment Site where it will rendevous with the "ALISA II" - a classic wood-construction 57-foot Chris Craft).

11:00 AM

Reenactment of the World's First Ship to Shore Wireless Telephone Radio Broadcast That Occurred On March 20, 1902. The 2002 Radio Broadcast Reenactment Originated From the Vessel "ALISA II" just Offshore on the Potomac River above the Francis Scott Key Bridge, Adjacent to Georgetown University.

Reenacting the Washington D.C. Wireless Telephone side
of the transmission was:

Joe Elder, Gladys Marine, Inc., Prop - Gladys Marina
David Pringle
Michael Zerega
Gladys - (5-pound Chihuahua)

Reenacting the Burbank, California Wireless Telephone side
of the transmission will be:

Troy Cory-Stubblefield,
Scott Stubblefield,
Bernie Schwartz

Refreshments for Press and Guests aboard the
M/V "NIGHTINGALE" was provided by Capitol River Cruises, Frank Frager, Prop.

Gladys Marine, Inc. is a full service recreational boating service company specializing in Yacht brokerage (sales), delivery, repair and maintenance of recreational boats.

Reenactment of the First Wireless Ship to Shore Broadcast, March 20, 1902 From a Vessel Offshore on the Potomac River above the Francis Scott Key Bridge and adjacent to Georgetown University.

Leitch dpsNetStream, LookRadio, EasyTel produced the technical portions of the Webcast - of the Event originating for the Potomac and Burbank Studios. EasyTel connections connected and join the host and guest using their own cell phones "Live" during the 2 hour webcast. with host: Joe Elder and member's of the Press - from the Potomac and Troy Cory, Scott Stubblefield and Bernie Schwartz from the Pacific

A VRA TelePlay Pictures Production,
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eNews Updates

The Celebration Webcast Features •
The Troy Cory Show - and the Hawaiian Tropic Girls performing from the VRA TelePlay Studios, Universal City, California. Meet the members of the Stubblefield Family. See ClearChannel's Victor Caballero, Alden Keith Stubblefield and Scott Stubblefield members of the SMART DAAF Boy Team demonstrate LookRadio's S90tv webstreamer and the Leitch Netstreamer.

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Broadcast and Webcast carried by: "SBC" • "ClearChannel" • "LookRadio.com • "VRAtv" • "Amazon.com" • "AETworld.com" • "Leitch" • "Discreet" • "Yahoo" • "CC.com" • "wwbc.net" • "Radio-Telephone.net" • "Media 100" • "TVI Magazine" • "Network40" • "Xingtv" • "ChinaExpo" • "LookSmart" • • "Gladys Marine, Inc." •

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See "Radio Boy" "Wireless Telephone Patent"

Troy Cory-Stubblefield's, Smart-Daaf Boys All-In-One Dictionary, the U.S. Patent Office, TVI Magazine, and VRA's D-Diaries were used in compiling this report.
Respectfully, Josie Cory, TVI Publishing

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