In his two-hour Archive intervew Loren Jones (1905-1999) discusses being one of the last surviving engineers who worked with Vladimir Zworykin and David Sarnoff at RCA Laboratories on the invention and development of the electronic television. He talks about the technical aspects of television, and the outrageous experimentation that they conducted in order to broadcast a signal farther than the line of sight. He discusses helping the Soviet Union with their development of television in the 1930s, and well as his involvment with developing the "television bomb." Jones recounts the invention of, and the battles over color television. Jeff Kisseloff conducted the interview on April 18, 1997 at the David Sarnoff Research Center in Princeton, NJ.