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Milestone-Nomination:First television broadcast in Western Canada

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== In the space below the line, please enter your proposed citation in English, with '''title''' and '''text'''. ''Text absolutely limited to 70 words; 60 is preferable for aesthetic reasons. NOTE: The IEEE History Committee shall have final determination on the wording of the citation'' ==
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== In the space below the line, please enter your proposed citation in English, with '''title''' and '''text'''. ''Text absolutely limited to 70 words; 60 is preferable for aesthetic reasons. NOTE: The IEEE History Committee shall have final determination on the wording of the citation'' ==
  
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'''On 16 December 1953, the first television broadcast in Western Canada was transmitted from this site by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's CBUT Channel 2. &nbsp;The engineering experience gained here was instrumental in the subsequent establishment of the over 1000 public and private television broadcasting sites that serve Western Canada today.<br>'''
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The plaque will be installed near the main gate of the CBC Broadcasting Site on Mount Seymour.
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Lat: 49°21′13″N Lon: 122°57′24″W
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The plaque will be installed on a wall near the main gate. CBC conducts frequent tours for students and the public. &nbsp;All tours include a stop at this location.<br><br><br><br><br> <br><br>''Please also include references and full citations, and include supporting material in an electronic format (GIF, JPEG, PNG, PDF, DOC) which can be made available on the IEEE History Center’s Web site to historians, scholars, students, and interested members of the public. All supporting materials must be in English, or if not in English, accompanied by an English translation. If you are including images or photographs as part of the supporting material, it is necessary that you list the copyright owner.''
  
 
== In the space below the line, please describe the historic significance of this work: its importance to the evolution of electrical and computer engineering and science and its importance to regional/national/international development. ==
 
== In the space below the line, please describe the historic significance of this work: its importance to the evolution of electrical and computer engineering and science and its importance to regional/national/international development. ==

Revision as of 23:31, 29 December 2009


Docket Number: 2009-10

Proposal Link: http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Milestone-Proposal:First_television_broadcast_in_Western_Canada

In the space below the line, please enter your proposed citation in English, with title and text. Text absolutely limited to 70 words; 60 is preferable for aesthetic reasons. NOTE: The IEEE History Committee shall have final determination on the wording of the citation

On 16 December 1953, the first television broadcast in Western Canada was transmitted from this site by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's CBUT Channel 2.  The engineering experience gained here was instrumental in the subsequent establishment of the over 1000 public and private television broadcasting sites that serve Western Canada today.



The plaque will be installed near the main gate of the CBC Broadcasting Site on Mount Seymour.

Lat: 49°21′13″N Lon: 122°57′24″W

The plaque will be installed on a wall near the main gate. CBC conducts frequent tours for students and the public.  All tours include a stop at this location.






Please also include references and full citations, and include supporting material in an electronic format (GIF, JPEG, PNG, PDF, DOC) which can be made available on the IEEE History Center’s Web site to historians, scholars, students, and interested members of the public. All supporting materials must be in English, or if not in English, accompanied by an English translation. If you are including images or photographs as part of the supporting material, it is necessary that you list the copyright owner.

In the space below the line, please describe the historic significance of this work: its importance to the evolution of electrical and computer engineering and science and its importance to regional/national/international development.






What features or characteristics set this work apart from similar achievements?


Please attach a letter in English, or with English translation, from the site owner giving permission to place IEEE milestone plaque on the property.

The letter is necessary in order to process your nomination form. Click the Attachments tab to upload your letter.

IEEE_Milestone_CBC.pdf
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Mt_Seymour_Region_Senior_Staff.jpg