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[[advertisement]] This is the new symbol of NBC We're introducing it at the start of our fiftieth anniversary year. In 1926, NBC invented network broadcasting and we've been the pioneers of broadcasting's major developments ever since, including both black-and-white and color television and many now-standard programming forms. But we're looking ahead, rather than dwelling on the past. Our new symbol represents the NBC of the future, a new symbol as we enter a new half-century. Whatever the future brings, one factor that will remain constant is NBC's dedication to service in its field - a field as wide as man's need to be informed, to be entertained, and to experience a sense of community with others. NBC [[/advertisement]]
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