"TV DX and the technology we used" (History of TV DXing video by the Antique Wireless Museum)

Found this great video on the history of TV DXing, they even mention the WTFDA at 38:39 into the video. If you're a TV DXer, you'll like this presentation.

"Television broadcasting was always intended for a local service area, but it soon became known that long distance reception was common. In February 1938, engineers at the RCA Research Station, Riverhead, Long Island, accidentally received a 3,000-mile transatlantic reception of the London 45.0 MHz, B1 TV service. Join historian Robert Lozier as he explores the history of long-distance TV."