Allen B. Du Mont


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Ted Bergmann

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Ted Bergmann on meeting and working with Dr. DuMont
Ted Bergmann on DuMont's work with color television
Ted Bergmann on DuMont and RCA's color television systems
Ted Bergmann on Paramount's involvement with DuMont
Ted Bergmann on Leonard Goldenson's interest in merging ABC with DuMont

Sam Christaldi

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Sam Christaldi on Du Mont founder Allen B. Du Mont
Sam Christaldi on his first impressions of Allen B. Du Mont and the Du Mont offices
Sam Christaldi on the breakup of the Du Mont network and Allen B. Du Mont's later-life activities
Sam Christaldi on his last words on Allen B. Du Mont

Hal Cooper

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Hal Cooper on Allen B. Du Mont and Ted Bergmann

Les Flory

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Les Flory on his thoughts on some of the people with whom he's worked - Allen B. DuMont

Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr.

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Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on his work on hearing aid devices, and on meeting Allen B. DuMont
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Allen B. DuMont founding the DuMont Laboratories Inc.
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the kind of person Allen B. DuMont was
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on what he and Allen B. DuMont were working on when he first started at DuMont Laboratories 
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the working conditions at Allen B. DuMont's DuMont Laboratories when he was hired in 1936, and on DuMont working with David Sarnoff
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Allen B. DuMont getting funding for his DuMont Laboratories, and on the competing British experiments with television
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Allen B. DuMont's vision for bigger tubes for early television, and on British "Cossor tubes"
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on developing an in-house broadcast system at DuMont Laboratories, and on early test patterns
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Allen B. DuMont getting into manufactuing television sets and getting into broadcasting
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the television sets that Allen B. DuMont's DuMont Laboratories manufactured before World War II
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Paramount acquiring a substantial portion of DuMont
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the reasons for selling part of DuMont to Paramount
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the industry push toward color television in the 1950s involving David Sarnoff and Allen B. DuMont, and on the NTSC setting standards for color television
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on the creation of the DuMont Broadcasting Corporation which later become MetroMedia run by John W. Kluge, and on how Allen B. DuMont took the failure of the DuMont Network
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on his personal thoughts on Allen B. DuMont and DuMont's successes and failures
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on his own achievements, and the achievements of DuMont Laboratories and of Allen B. DuMont
Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr. on Allen B. DuMont and Bruce DuMont

Don Hastings

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Don Hastings on the legacy of the DuMont Network and on Allen B. Du Mont

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