The Museum of Television and Radio building is spectacular; a 23,000, two-level work of art in its own right, with crisp modern lines, glistening with white marble and glass, and featuring an open two-level lobby. The museum’s collection allows you to select from among 45,000 television programs, 20,000 radio programs, and 10,000 commercials, which run the gambit from comedy to drama, from news to game shows, from children’s programs to political conventions; the shows include concerts, sporting events, science fiction, even TV movies and miniseries. It also has regular seminars about TV genres or individual programs, featuring television and radio clips from the Museum’s collection, and often attended by the stars and producers of the original shows.

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