AAA Editor Notes
Museum of Broadcast Communications, 360 N. State St., covers the history of television and radio through three floors of interactive exhibits and displays. Highlights include the actual CBS camera used during the 1960 Kennedy-Nixon debates, the set of “Meet the Press,” the Oprah Doors from the set of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and a working television studio. Other exhibits include Watching TV in the 1990s and set props used by Svengoolie, a horror movie host. Temporary exhibits are offered.
Time: Allow 2 hours, 30 minutes minimum.