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The Paley Center for Media

The Paley Center for Media (94)

Do you like to spend hours watching TV? Do you like listening to the radio while driving or cooking? Then this is your museum, where you can find out about the cultural, creative and social contribution of television, radio and new platforms to society.

This building erected by Philip Johnson and John Burgee in 1989 contains an intimate collection of photographs and memoirs that are the true history of radio and television, as well as televisions and transistors of all ages and historical documents about the Kennedy assassination, the early Beatles and the first man on the moon.

Most of the museum is the huge collection of over 150,000 radio and television programs, including ads, which can be viewed here.  From the speeches of Martin Luther King to the Simpsons, from the fall of the Berlin Wall to Ugly Betty and from Bugs Bunny to Sex and the City. Everything goes in The Paley Center for Media.

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