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00198910; Television International Magazine; Vol. 32; No. 5; Fall/Spring 1989-90;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Strive in Beijing; Italian TV: The Berlusconi Phenomenon and RAI; Analogies; Do Human Rights Offend You? Human Rights and Broadcasting; M-E-N, The Maximum Entertainment Network; Technology Conjectures - Desktop Video & HDTV; Frank Agrama, Did You Go To NATPE?; Calendar: Worldwide Conventions, Festivals and Marketplaces; Global Prices for U.S Television Films; Editor: Josie Cory; Contributing Editors: Gordon Talbott; Dr. Frank Iezzi, Ph. D.; Hugh McAlarny; Alex Michaels; Brooke Kenvin; Victor Caballero;

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00199003; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 34; No. 1; March-April 1990;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Replacing The Old Inventors with the New; Chapt. 1: Andre Marie Ampere; Michael Faraday; Joseph Henry; Heinrich Daniel Ruhmkorf; James Clerk Maxwell; Mahlon Loomi; Emile Berliner; Joliot Curie and Marie Curie; Chapt. 2: An Introduction to the SMART-DAAF Boys; Nathan B. Stubblefield; Guglielmo Marconi; E. Fleming; R. Fessenden; Tesla; DeForest; Alexanderson, Armstrong; Farnsworth; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199005; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 34; No. 2; May 1990;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Wake Up Call; Chapt. 3: The First Public Broadcasts; 1892 to 1907 were the Wake-up Calls to Radio, Promoters, Inventors and the Government; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199006; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 34; No. 3; June-July 1990;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Wireless Telegraphy Transmission; Chapt. 4 : A Marconi Profile of his 1901 Wireless Telegraphy Transmission (Dit Dah); Chapt. 5: The Nathan B. Stubblefield Profile. His Inventions and Their's; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199009; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 34; No. 4; Sept.-Oct. 1990;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

The Days of the Crystal Set; Chapt. 6: The Audience 1906 - 1914; Chapt. 7: The Taming of Radio's Nasty Smart-Daaf Boys and the Foreign Companies with Government Regulations, Prison and Prison Camps; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199103 Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 35; No. 1; March.-April 1991;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Patent Laws; Chapt. 8: The Bait-Then-Switch Game; Chapt. 9: Replacing the Smart-Daaf Boys With Radioland; Breaking the Dit Dah Barrier With Voice-Radio; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199106; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 35; No. 2; June-July 1991;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

The Electron Tube Developers; Chapt. 10; No Room For the Timid in the SMART-DAAF World; The 60 Cycle AC Generator and High Frequency; The Work of Tesla, Fessenden and Alexanderson; Chapt. 11: The Electron Tube Developers Fleming, DeForest and Farnsworth; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199109; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 35; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1991;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Time Out for General Sarnoff; Chapt. 12: Broadcasting in a Broadcasting Studio. It's the Director's Job to Give Advice; The First Radio Broadcasting; The First Radio and Television Broadcasters; Radio and Television Programing; The Audience Attitude; Sound and Television Broadcasting; Color Along With Stereo Quad Sound; The Broadcast Receiver; Chapt. 13: David Sarnoff and his head RCA Researcher Vladimir Zworykin; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199203; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 36; No. 1; March-April. 1992;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Murray Kentucky; Chapt. 14: Truth about Small Town, U.S.A. The Parallels-and Pitfalls-for Murray, Kentucky; Chapt. 15: Kentucky Broadcasters in 1961 said "Hello Rainey" in 1991 "Good-bye Rainey"; Nathan B. Stubblefield "Hello Rainey...Hello Rainey" Speech By Jim Johnson. Mr. Johnson was not informed and had no knowledge in 1961 that Nathan Stubblefield still had in his possession the 500,000 shares of stock, or that he had assigned to Collins, his Canadian patent; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199206; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 36; No. 2; June-July 1992;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Captain "Billy"; Chapt. 16: "To Kill With A Song". The Family Portrait. Troy Cory-Stubblefield, the Son of Oliver Stubblefield; Troy Cory (Keith) Stubblefield Continues a Family Tradition - Broadcasting and Music; Chapt. 17: Part I: Time Out For William "Billy" Stubblefield, the Father of Nathan in collaboration with Josie Cory; Part II: Autobiography of William Jefferson Stubblefield 1830-1874; Part III; Civil War Diary of William "Billy" Stubblefield (the Father of Nathan B. Stubblefield) October 1861 through September 1862; Part IV: Before and After the Civil War; Part V: The Will; This document is recorded in Wills C/344, State of Kentucky, Calloway County; Denote of Nathan B. Stubblefield; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199209; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 36; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1992;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

The Last Days; Chapt: 18: Part I: The Last Days and Summary of the Smart-Daaf- Boys and the Stubblefield Family - Part II: The Documents: Part III; Ending he Controversy; Chapt. 19: The Smart Collections; Author: Troy Cory Stubblefield;

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00199303; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 37; No. 1; March-April 1993;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Reinventing Radio & Television with a Glossary; A Source Book for the Student of Radio/Television; History and Researchers; Section One: Categorized By Name A - FIE; This Radio and Television Glossary as a whole puts all of these "WIRELESS" Inventors & Contributors &emdash; "right at your fingertips" &emdash; in a wonderful alphabetical listing from A to Z. This text is uniquely arranged according to last name first &emdash; which includes all of the important Inventors, Scientists, Engineers, Corporation Owners, Philologists, Researchers, Authors, Writers, and even Presidential Leaders, Dictators and Religious Icons; all of whom had some sort of influence, prestige, or contributing factor to the world of wireless. Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199306; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 37; No. 2; June-July 1993;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Categorized by Name: FIE - MOR; Section Two: FAMOUS FIRST takes us back to the very beginnings of radio and radio broadcasting, including such fateful insightful as the "First Wireless Telephony Demonstration in 1892" in Murray, Kentucky; Stubblefield's Electrical Battery, and Earth Cell, Electro Magnet, and Induction Coil, as well as the Continental Wireless Telephone And Telegraph Company, the first "wired wireless" communication network in the United States. It includes recorded events that took place thereby setting an important precedent in the world of wireless transmission technology, telecommunications, and computers &emdash; as did that Worlds First Public Radio Demonstration &emdash; [wireless ("voice") transmission, in 1892 by Nathan B. Stubblefield]; the first telegraph transmission &emdash; [("dots & dashes"), by Guglielmo Marconi]; and the first Desk&endash;Top Publishing & Multimedia Applications via the Macintosh Desktop Computer; Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199309; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 37; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1993;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Category By Name: MUR - Q; SECTION THREE: Murray, Kentucky encompasses several detailed listings, covering critical areas of great importance, events & happenings; SECTION FOUR encircles & explores the provocative arena of Nathan B. Stubblefield; his invention of the Wireless Telephony ("Radio"); Stubblefield's Wireless Telephony Patent #887,357; and his public wireless "voice" demonstrations &emdash; such as the Worlds First Public Radio Demonstration, which transmitted the human voice without the use of any physical wires, in the winter of 1892.; SECTION FIVE: Publications is a detailed, researched, and proof&endash;providing area of this book, which allows any pessimist the uncompromising opportunity to expand your horizons, and find out where else Nathan B. Stubblefield has been given major and credible acknowledgment; These sources include: Kanes Famous First Facts; American Broadcasting; Stay Tuned; Broadcasting and Telecommunication; Radio Electronics; &emdash; and more. Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199403; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 38; No. 1; March-April 1994;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Category By Name: R - STUA; SECTION SIX: Radio or Wireless Telephony or Telegraphy; This section breathes light into this revolutionary breakthrough of the radio era, which all began with Nathan Beverly Stubblefield &emdash; allows the reader to enhance his or her knowledge concerning the truth about the Inventor of Radio, the Birthplace of Radio, and the Bait&endash;'n&endash;Switch Game; SECTION SEVEN: The SMART-DAAF Boys; takes you right to the heart of who the Major Players were, in the development of both Radio and Television. This valuable central reference section, to the Big Wheels who make up the SMART&endash;DAAF team, is a concise source, putting together in one arena the Stars of the Show who made history. It's a comprehensive personal profile on: Stubblefield, Marconi, Ambrose Fleming, Reginald Fessenden, Tesla, as well as DeForest, Alexanderson, Armstrong, & Farnsworth; Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199406; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 38; No. 2; June-July 1994;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Category By Name: ST - Z; SECTION EIGHT: The Stubblefield Family excluding Nathan B. Stubblefield, which is listed separate as Section #4. is a complete breakdown of the entire Stubblefield family, from Nathan B. Stubblefield to Alden Keith Stubblefield &emdash; "from the beginning to the present". It's the ultimate in a prized family tradition of achievers and trend&endash;setters. And of course the man of ideas and determination to "tell it all" is none other than the Stubblefield grandson himself &emdash; Troy Cory&endash;Stubblefield. In fact, there's so many Stubblefields mentioned within this section, that, if placed side&endash;by&endash;side, holding hands at arms length &emdash; they could all surround the city of Murray, Kentucky &emdash; the Birthplace of Radio; Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199409; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 38; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1994;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Chronological Dates From: 1600 - 1906; SECTION NINE: Important Dates enables the student, the scholar, the researcher, and the engineer alike, to learn the valuable facts about the role of invention in the development of technology. It points out when important inventions took place in history; when important demonstrations occurred in wireless communications; and when important new technologies were invented, such as Desk&endash;Top Publishing and the Photo CD. Within this section, you'll find out who the key players and inventors were &emdash; and who the "winners" were &emdash; as they jockey for position in the development of Radioland. It's a practical guide that allows you to massage the data to suit your writing&endash;research needs. As you read through the final section; watch Telecommunication history repeat itself &emdash; right before your eyes!; Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199503; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 39; No. 1; March-April 1995;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Chronological Dates From: 1907 - 1927; SECTION NINE:Important Dates enables the student, the scholar, the researcher, and the engineer alike, to learn the valuable facts about the role of invention in the development of technology. It points out when important inventions took place in history; when important demonstrations occurred in wireless communications; and when important new technologies were invented, such as Desk&endash;Top Publishing and the Photo CD.; Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199506; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 39; No. 2; June-July 1995;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Chronological Dates From: 1928 - 1944; SECTION NINE: Important Dates enables the student, the scholar, the researcher, and the engineer alike, to learn the valuable facts about the role of invention in the development of technology. It points out when important inventions took place in history; when important demonstrations occurred in wireless communications; and when important new technologies were invented, such as Desk&endash;Top Publishing and the Photo CD. Within this section, you'll find out who the key players and inventors were &emdash; and who the "winners" were &emdash; as they jockey for position in the development of Radioland. It's a practical guide that allows you to massage the data to suit your writing&endash;research needs. As you read through the final section; watch Telecommunication history repeat itself &emdash; right before your eyes! Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199509; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 39; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1995;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Radio & TV Research Glossary; Chronological Dates From: 1945 - 1995; SECTION NINE: Important Dates enables the student, the scholar, the researcher, and the engineer alike, to learn the valuable facts about the role of invention in the development of technology. It points out when important inventions took place in history; when important demonstrations occurred in wireless communications; and when important new technologies were invented, such as Desk&endash;Top Publishing and the Photo CD. Within this section, you'll find out who the key players and inventors were &emdash; and who the "winners" were &emdash; as they jockey for position in the development of Radioland. It's a practical guide that allows you to massage the data to suit your writing&endash;research needs. As you read through the final section; watch Telecommunication history repeat itself &emdash; right before your eyes! Authors: Josie Cory & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199603; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 40; No. 1; March-April 1996;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 1: Antenna (Aerial) is actually divided into 3 subcategories. The first being the listing of &emdash; Antenna (Aerial) &emdash; giving an in&endash;depth description of an antenna (aerial) itself; including such answers as "why the antenna is used," as well as "single radiating elements" and also "combination radiating elements." The second listing concerning antennas (aerials) falls under the heading &emdash; Antennas: Types of Antennas &emdash; listing in alphabetical order, over 180 different types of antennas (aerials). The third listing engulfing the antenna arena is &emdash; Antennas: Characteristics, Functions & Parameters of Antennas &emdash; with over 245 separate definitions, offers you, the reader, the opportunity &emdash; "all in one section" &emdash; to study the various terms & definitions, having a link to antennas, an effect of antenna operation, or a relationship to the function of antennas (aerials), such as antenna efficiency, height effects of antennas, and standing wave ratio; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199606; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 40; No. 2; June-July 1996;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 2: Audio; The Audio Section goes over such areas as "Digital vs Analog" & AES/EBU digital audio format of CD systems.; SECTION 3: Broadcast; The Broadcast Section covers subjects from Broadcast Station Digital Technology to the Radio Station "Personality"; SECTION 4: Compact Disc; The Compact Disc, MPEG-JPEG Section offers over 125 terms, all discussing the numerous aspects of CD Technology, such as birefringence, frequency response of a CD MPEG and JPEG player, magnetic field recording, and original CD tape master; SECTION 5: Computer: The Computer Section presents new technological definitions such as Computer Agents, Computer Graphics (Electronic Animation) & Computer 3&endash;D Imaging; as well as info on Computer Disk Drives and AppleTalk&endash;compatible Local Talk network; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199609; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 40; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1996;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 6: Desk-Top; The Desk&endash;Top Section acquaints the reader with Character Types of Desk&endash;Top Publishing, laser printer resolutions, and desktop video by utilizing the Macintosh. SECTION 7: Fiber Optics; The "Firewire"-1EEE Standard P1394 and Fiber Optics Section covers everything from the applications applied to the Radio and Television industries, as well as communications systems, signal transmission, local area networks (LANs), and Multimoding; SECTION 8; First important dates; The "First" Section lists numerous landmarks which took place throughout the years, and set a precedent in the world of wireless transmission technology, telecommunications, and computers; such as the Worlds First Public Radio Demonstration &emdash; wireless ("voice") transmission &emdash; in 1892 by Nathan B. Stubblefield, the first telegraph transmission &emdash; ("dots & dashes") &emdash; by Guglielmo Marconi, and the first Desk&endash;Top Publishing & Multimedia Applications via the Macintosh Desktop Computer; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199703; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 41; No. 1; March-April 1997;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 9: Frequency; The Frequency Section includes terms like Beat Frequency, Crossover Frequency, and Fundamental Frequency; just to mention a few; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199706; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 41; No. 2; June-July 1997;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 10: Microphone; The Microphones Section describes the difference between Amateur and Professional recordings, gives you an in&endash;depth look into Microphone Speech Recording Procedures; explains characteristics such as Feedback, Impedance, Pickup Patterns, & Sensitivity; and describes the various types of microphones; SECTION 11: Music; The Music Section encircles Music Composing via Macintosh PC, to the Musical Instrument Digital Interface; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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00199709; Television International Magazine; USLC No. 93-060451; Vol. 41; No. 3; Sept.-Oct. 1997;

Television International Publications; Josie Cory;

Telecommunications & Multi-Media Encyclopedia-Dictionary; SECTION 12: Radio; The Radio Section encompasses several detailed explanations, covering critical areas of great importance, such as RADIO WAVES; Amplitude Modulation (AM); Frequency Modulation (FM); Short&endash;Wave; Sidebands; and a whole lot more; Authors: Mark Allen Sova & Troy Cory-Stubblefield;

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