- People who know about the Fair say it
can't be properly covered in less than three weeks. It's that
big. 646 acres of Flushing Meadows provide sites for over
- If your Fair-time is limited, you'll want
to plan a careful itinerary. The RCA Exhibit, including a closed-circuit
color television network and 300 receiver sets located conveniently
throughout the Fairgrounds, informs visitors of Fair-wide activities.
A mobile TV unit, roaming the grounds, permits coverage of major
events and spot news developments when and where they happen.
- Watch RCA color TV at the Fair -- look
at the RCA Exhibit and at any of the 300 strategically placed
RCA Victor color receivers.
- As The Official World's Fair Color
TV Communications Center, the RCA Exhibit handles a wide
range of services. A worried parent, for instance, need only
look as far as the nearest RCA receiver. Lost children will be
regularly televised throughout the Fairgrounds.
- Make your first stop at the RCA Building
itself, located right inside the main gate.
- From the circular glass visitors' gallery,
you watch a fully-equipped color TV studio at work. See live
color programs being produced. See yourself on COLOR TV -- live
and on tape!
- No doubt about it, the fabulous RCA Exhibit
is a landmark. Its wonderful world of color television is a wonderful
introduction to the Greatest Fair of all.