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This is April 30, 1991. My name is Mary Marshall Clark and I'm interviewing Dr. Frank
Stanton. This is session number five. Good morning, Dr. Stanton.
Good morning to you.
It appears that the mikes are up and running.
Just a few mundane follow-up questions from last time. We discussed the development of
color technology and television but primarily color technology last time. Given that the
technology was, I guess, pretty much perfected by the late fifties or sixties, something like
that, when was it used consistently by CBS and NBC in day to day programming?
You're talking about color, now?
NBC was into color deeper in terms of its broadcasting than CBS. A few years
prior to our schedule -- I'm trying to fix the dates in my mind, I don't believe I can give you
the dates accurately, but I can tell you -- as far as our schedule was concerned, we really
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