World Series - Television coverage and ratings

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Television coverage and ratings When the World Series was first broadcast on television in 1947, it was only televised to a few surrounding areas via coaxial inter connected stations: New York City (WNBT); Philadelphia (WPTZ); Schenectady/Albany, New York (WRGB); Washington, D.C. (WNBW) and surrounding suburbs/environs. In 1948, games in Boston were only seen in the Northeast. Meanwhile, games in Cleveland were only seen in the Midwest and Pittsburgh. The games were open to all channels with a network affiliation. In all, the 1948 World Series was televised to fans in seven Midwestern cities: Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Toledo. By 1949, World Series games could be seen east of the Mississippi River. The games were open to all channels with a network affiliation. By 1950, World Series games could be seen in most of the country, but not all. 1951 marked the first time that the World Series was televised coast to coast. Meanwhile, 1955 marked the first time that the World Series was televised in color.

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Number of Data columns : 4 Number of Data rows : 5
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge

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Data row number Network Number broadcast Years broadcast Future scheduled telecasts

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Name Description Data Type
Network text
Number broadcast integer
Years broadcast text
Future scheduled telecasts text

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