Television In The 1930's: A Case Study

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The first TV was made available to consumers in the 1930s and cost approximately $150, which is equal to approximately $2,100 dollars in 2015. Owning a television in the 1930s was expensive and luxurious and families rarely had more than one, if any. The features of the first television pale in comparison to the wide array of television offered in modern times. In present day America, consumers can choose from a wide variety of TVs and pay approximately $500 dollars for a standard one. Also, the average American family own approximately 3 TVs. The competition within the television market over the past eighty years or so has driven firms to create cheaper and higher quality televisions. Now, better quality televisions are more accessible
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