1933 in television

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In radio

The year 1933 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1933.


  • January 23 – W9XAL in Kansas City begins broadcasting.
  • January 24 – John Cameron Swayze begins his daily Journal-Post News Flashes on W9XAL, which is simulcast by KMBC radio.
  • April 21 – The first television revue, named Looking In, is shown on the BBC. The first four minutes of this programme survive on a Silvatone record, an early method of home video recording.
  • August 4 – W9XAT in Minneapolis, Minnesota makes its first transmission.
  • RCA performs private field tests in Camden, New Jersey of an electronic television system.

Ending this year

Television shows

Series Debut Ended
The Television Ghost 1931 1933



  1. ^ "'Our Miss Brooks' Actress Seems Headed For Stage Stardom". The Times. Louisiana, Shreveport. May 1, 1949. p. A-17. Retrieved February 2, 2018 – via Newspapers.com. open access
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