Museum of Broadcast Communications
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Museum of Broadcast Communications information
This museum of radio and TV nostalgia opened in 2012. It's pretty sparsely populated considering the admission price. But if you have a hankering to see old Bozo the Clown clips, or the camera that taped the famous Nixon-Kennedy debate, or the salvaged door from Oprah's studio, it might be for you.