The Museum of Broadcast Communications is one of three museums devoted to broadcast in the USA and is home to the Radio Hall of Fame. Learn more about the Museum’s history by mousing over the “Museum” tab and clicking “About Us”. In the About Us section you’ll also notice on the side a section called “Explore More—there you can find the link to the Encyclopedia of TV.
Encyclopedia of TV — in this section you can browse the first two editions and check out the Encyclopedia of Radio and Advertising from links within the section.
Back up at the Menu you’ll see Collection, Exhibitions, and Education. I’d like to tell you about these sections some as well.
Collection — See newly added articles to the collection with Recent Additions, or search the archives for something more interesting.
Exhibitions — Check out the Great Debate and Beyond where you can trace the history of televised Presidential Debates, or head over to the Radio Hall of Fame and check out all those who’ve gotten admitted into the hall of fame.
Education — that’s what museums are for right? To keep us educated and preserve the past, well, this is where you can learn about incorporating this site into your teaching plans, or just learn some new and interesting things.
I’m going to leave you to explore on your own. You may be here a while—this site has stellar content.