Dr. Joseph N. Jackson is one of the most famous Black inventors in America. Jackson joined the United States Army at the age of 18.

In 1975 he completed his degree in Business Administration from Columbia College, Columbia, MO. Jackson holds a Doctorate in Applied Science and Technology from Glendale University in Santa Fe, NM. He holds a Doctorate in “Applied Science and Technology” Glendale University, Santa Fe, NM

Jackson’s early efforts led to the creation precursor of the V-Chip, which is used to block inappropriate content for children. He also created the Programmable Television Controller. and other innovative devices for the television industry.

In 1993 he founded Protelcon, Inc. market and distributes, the TeleCommander, the first empowerment television accessory designed to give parents control over the viewing content and habits of children.

Dr. Joseph N. Jackson holds six U.S. Patents in the area of telecommunications (Programmable Television Receiver Controllers, Fertility Prediction Devices (female) as well as several copyrights, trademarks, and Pending Patents in the area of Aircraft Security and Tracking Systems.

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