Landsberg a well of innovation

Schneider, Michael
April 2007
Daily Variety;4/27/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 19, pA1
Trade Publication
The article reports that television (TV) station KTLA executives has honored the legacy of Klaus Landsberg, an engineer in picture telegraphy. Landsberg died at the age of 40 in the year 1965 but his place in television history is considered to be secured by the time. It is states that he was a genius in designing television equipment. He emigrated to the U.S., impressing engineers at Farnsworth TV, National Broadcasting Corp. and DuMont Corp. laboratories.


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