A new electroholography system is introduced that uses a liquid crystal display, a photorefractive crystal, and a time- sharing display method. By using the photorefractive crystal as a kind of screen through which the hologram is recreated, we can realize high quality, off-axis, and computer-generated holograms. The time sharing approach enables an electronic display device to display 3D objects clearly by breaking them into parts that are displayed in sequential frames. If the fames are cycled at a high enough speed, we see these parts as a single object due to the afterimage effect. This approach relaxes the strict dynamic range requirements that would normally be placed on the electronic display device. The photorefractive crystal suppresses the flicker caused by the time-sharing display method. This paper first describes the time-sharing method. Next, a new experimental 3D-TV system with a photorefractive crystal, strontium barium niobate, is demonstrated. This system confirms the exciting future of electroholography.