The RCA brand of television sets is manufactured by the ON Corporation through a licensing agreement with the brand's owner, Technicolor, as of 2015. ON is a South Korean electronics manufacturing and marketing conglomerate that sells RCA televisions through major retailers, including Walmart, Kmart, Sears, Best Buy and Amazon.com.
Korea is one of the largest display producers in the world, and ON is credited by some for a resurgence of the RCA brand by improving its technology and commercial appeal. The Radio Corporation of America was founded in 1919 as a joint venture between General Electric, Westinghouse, AT&T and the U.S government to develop wireless technology. The company created the standard for color television broadcasts in 1953.