Browse Items (53 total) for W9XK Experimental Television at Iowa

Newspaper article which recounts the first public demonstration of W9XK in early 1933, plans for current and future programming.

Description of programming and names of students and staff involved with production.

Illustrated lecture on home planning by Prof. Frederic G. Higbee.

Carl Menzer was manager of UI radio station WSUI from its inception in 1922 until 1968, when he retired. He, along with Prof. E.B. Kurtz of the Dept. of Electrical Engineering, were largely responsible for the development of experimental television…

Clement F. Wade's company offered to provide the Department of Electrical Engineering several of the necessary equipment components to put W9XK on the air.

Announcement of television broadcasts originating from campus.

WSUI radio station manager requesting support for TV license application. Mr. Ramseyer was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives at the time.