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The Unger Report: Color TV's Anniversary

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The Unger Report: Color TV's Anniversary

The Unger Report: Color TV's Anniversary

The Unger Report: Color TV's Anniversary

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Fifty years ago this week, RCA began producing the first color television sets. In this week's Unger Report, Day to Day crack reporter Brian Unger hails that anniversary and ponders what television viewers will remember 50 years from now.

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