Television Delays Spokane Arrival
Spokane Daily Chronicle
The year 1932 will not see television introduced to Spokane air fans, according to C.L. McWhorter, Pacific coast manager of the Philco Radio Company. This statement was made Saturday at the annual gathering of Spokane district dealers who convened at the Davenport hotel. That the newest note in air entertainment will be presented in various parts of the country was expected by Mr. McWhorter. He stated the principal reason television would not show here for at least another 12 months is that it can not be transmitted over telephone wires, but must be produced originally in each broadcasting station.
Tuesday, January 12, 1932