A very early printed photograph of a BBC announcer reading the news.  The BBC began daily radio services in London  in the 1920s on the radio station 2LO. Under the general management of 33 year old John Charles Walsham Reith  the BBC  began to expand its programmes on 14 December 1922. The  first chief engineer was Peter Eckersley. 1927 saw the establishment of British Broadcasting Corporation  by Royal Charter with Reith as its first Director-General.  John Logie Baird  began experimenting  with television broadcasts on BBC frequencies in November 1929..
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A very early printed photograph of a BBC announcer reading the news. The BBC began daily radio services in London in the 1920s on the radio station 2LO. Under the general management of 33 year old John Charles Walsham Reith the BBC began to expand its programmes on 14 December 1922. The first chief engineer was Peter Eckersley. 1927 saw the establishment of British Broadcasting Corporation by Royal Charter with Reith as its first Director-General. John Logie Baird began experimenting with television broadcasts on BBC frequencies in November 1929..

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Photographe : Colin Waters

Date

31 mai 2021

Crédit

Photo12/Alamy/Colin Waters

Notre référence

LMY22T03_2G6X419

Utilisation

uniquement en France

Model release

Non

Property release

Non

Licence

Droits gérés

Format disponible

473,8Mo (4,4Mo) / 93,5cm x 127,0cm / 11041 x 15000 (300dpi)

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