Museum of Television and Radio
The Museum of Television and Radio
This unique Museum collects programming—radio shows, television programs, and commercial advertisements in both media—and makes that programming available to the general public.
In the museum library you choose a program from the collection. Then you go to watch or listen to it at a console—individually, or with up to four people at a family console.
You can also attend a screening in one of the Museum’s theaters. Curators use the collection to create thematic series, like a tribute to Johnny Cash or a look at the work of Jim Henson or the short films of Saturday Night Live. In the theaters you enjoy the communal experience of watching television together.
Throughout the year numerous public programs are offered that bring together writers, directors, producers, actors, critics, journalists, and artists from many disciplines to discuss everything from the creative process behind television and radio to the current trends in media and popular culture.
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