|List of years in television (table)|
| … 1920 . 1921 . 1922 . 1923 . 1924 . 1925 . 1926 …|
1927 1928 1929 -1930- 1931 1932 1933
… 1934 . 1935 . 1936 . 1937 . 1938 . 1939 . 1940 …
In radio: 1927 1928 1929 -1930- 1931 1932 1933
In film : 1927 1928 1929 -1930- 1931 1932 1933
The year 1930 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events in 1930.
Global television eventsEdit
- May 22 - An audience at Proctor's Theatre in Schenectady, New York becomes the first to see a closed-circuit television signal projected onto a big screen.
- July 14 - For the first time in the United Kingdom, a television drama is broadcast. The drama is a production of Luigi Pirandello's The Man With the Flower in His Mouth; it is broadcast by the BBC from Baird's studios at 133 Long Acre, London.
- November 5 - Baird television transmissions at Hairdressing Fair of Fashion include the world's first television commercial for the Eugène Method of permanent hair waving.
- December 7 - W1XAV in Boston, Massachusetts airs the first television commercial in the United States, of I.J Fox Furriers during The Fox Trappers.
|January||03||Robert Loggia||U.S. actor|
|04||Sorrell Booke||U.S. actor (d. 1994)|
|06||Vic Tayback||U.S. actor (d. 1990)|
|February||08||Alejandro Rey||Argentinian-born actor (d. 1987)|
|10||Robert Wagner||U.S. actor|
|28||Gavin MacLeod||U.S. actor|
|March||30||John Astin||U.S. actor|
|April||19||Dick Sargent||U.S. actor (d. 1994)|
|25||Lynn Hamilton||U.S. actress|
|28||Carolyn Jones||U.S. actress (d. 1983)|
|May||31||Clint Eastwood||U.S. actor|
|June||12||Jim Nabors||U.S. actor|
|July||14||Polly Bergen||U.S. actress|
|17||Ray Galton||British writer|
|August||16||Robert Culp||U.S. actor (d. 2010)|
|16||Frank Gifford||U.S. sports announcer|
|25||Graham Jarvis||U.S. actor (d. 2003)|
|28||Ben Gazzara||U.S. actor|
|September||11||Cathryn Damon||U.S. actress (d. 1987)|
|16||Anne Francis||U.S. actress (d. 2011)|
|November||15||Whitman Mayo||U.S. actor (d. 2001)|
|December||4||Ronnie Corbett||British comedian|
|9||Buck Henry||U.S. writer|
|21||Phil Roman||U.S. animator|
- ↑ Elen, Richard G. "TV Technology 2. Television on the Air". Screenonline. http://www.screenonline.org.uk/tv/technology/technology2.html. Retrieved 2007-02-07.
|Years in television: 1930|
|United Kingdom | United States|
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