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MFI 190   [Original title]

Country of Origin: Hungary
Year of origin: 1927
Genre: Newsreel
Locations of shooting: n/a

Production Company: Magyar Filmiroda Rt.

HUNGARIAN NEWS 190. Released by the Hungarian Film Bureau Ltd., Budapest, I. Döbrentei utca 11.
Europe's most modern 60 kW Telefunken radio transmitter is being built by the Hungarian Royal Post on Lakihegy.
Endre Magyari engineer with Emil Fuchs, architect, the designer of the building.
{Endre Magyar and Emil Fuchs together
View of Lakihegy}
The 150 m high iron towers that will hold the aerials of the transmitter are being assembled.
{Assembling the tower on Lakihegy}
The program of the Hungarian radio has been transmitted from the Csepel station for two years. It was originally built in 1914 to serve military purposes.
{The Csepel transmission tower}
Henrik Tolnai, technical chief supervisor, head of the station with his colleagues.
{Tableau of Henrik Tolnai technical chief supervisor and his colleagues}
Different stations through which aviation, international correspondence, the press service and broadcasting is carried out.
{Instrument boards with operators, connections}
How is broadcasting done? The studio orders transmission.
{Set with crank arm, telephone}
The transmission is turned on and controlled.
{Instrument boards with operator connecting}
The instrument board of the 4000 Voltage generator.
{Instrument board with devices}
The 4000 Voltage generator. The electricity it produces is transformed into music.
{Devices running}
The transmission is monitored on a device.
{Gramophone with a horn}
A new studio worth the 60 kW transmission tower of Lakihegy is being built in Foherceg Sándor Street.
{Building of the Hungarian Radio in Sándor Street}
Designs for the facade of the rebuilt palace...
{Designs of the new building}
(13) the yard of which the new studio is going to be.
{Images of the internal construction}
Funeral ceremony on 6 October at the Lajos Batthyány sanctuary lamp.
{Funeral ceremony at the sanctuary lamp}
At the Trianon Statues.
{Funeral ceremony with flatcapped soldiers}
1500 runners took place in the reverence medley race.
{Medley runners on Vérmezo, and Erzsébet Bridge}
The wreath of the winning MAC team was placed on the statue of the Unknown Hero by Elemér Somfai.
The End

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Sound: Silent film
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