Museum of Television and Radio
25 W. 52nd Street
Tue-Wed & Fri-Sun noon-6pm
Thurs: noon-8pm; Closed Monday
This is the only institution in the world which collects, preserves and exhibits radio and television programs. The facility features 96 television and radio consoles, which can be used by the public to monitor any of the programs in the collection. The collection consists of over 70 years of broadcasting history.
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