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The Beatles Go Satellite 45 Years Ago


Jim Gray, Hulton Archive

On June 25, 1967, the BBC in London, England put on the world’s first global satellite television broadcast. The program was called Our World, and consisted of five different segments from five continents, very high tech in 1967.

One of the segments featured The Beatles, 40 million people saw The Beatles perform “All You Need is Love,” live via satellite as part of the TV global link.

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