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1962

Dr Sigurd Aske, Director of the Lutheran World Federation’s radio station in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, becomes WACB Executive Director.

The Co-ordinating Committee for Christian Broadcasting (CCCB) studies church-related broadcasting needs in developing countries.

On 12 July 1962 television monitors in New York show the first images broadcast by satellite from the United Kingdom to to the U.S.A.


Telstar 1, a communications satellite, is launched on 10 July 1962. It successfully relays the first television pictures, telephone calls, and fax images.
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