The “GLORY DAYS” of Satellite Tv
September three, 1984-Nashville Opryland convention center. Residence satellite Television (TVRO) annual major conference of the year; greater than 10,000 in attendance. On October 18, 1979 the FCC decided house-hold dish systems would no longer require a federal license so nearly five years later, a “TVRO Fifth Birthday Party”! It was a video extravaganza, duly recorded, expanded, and then broadcast October 18, 1984 on two satellite transponders. The almost-two-hour TV version has been broken into 9 segments and can be accessible right here in sequence; this really is #1 of 9.
You’ll be able to dig deeper by going to www.bobcooper.television, or straight to Amazon.com to show a listing for “Television’s Pirates: Hiding behind your picture tube”. Also see http://youtu.be/qSpxKjtQdlg for “C-Band Remembered” video slide show encapsulating 1979-1986 in the Large Ugly Dish (BUD) days of glory. This edition attributes Robert Coleman, Travelers Rest, SC. Further internet details on TVRO’s improvement may be identified at http://theoldcatvequipmentmuseum.org/… within the October 1984 edition of CSD/Coop’s Satellite Digest.