Museum of Broadcast Communications

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- 2/16 - The top internal watchdog for the Federal Communications Commission has opened an investigation into whether its chairman, Ajit Pai, has had an improperly close relationship with Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcasting, which is campaigning to get the commission to change its rules allowing television broadcasters to greatly increase the number of stations they own.

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A museum of historic radios, televisions, and the importance of broadcasting in American culture
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The Texas Museum of Broadcasting and Communications

On Saturday, July 6, 2002, Sharon and I were presented the CharlesD."Doc"Herrold Award for 2001 by theCalifornia Historical Radio Society. CHRS gave us the honor inrecognition of our "outstanding achievement in the preservation and documentation ofearly radio" based on our Western Historic Radio Museum and by thecontent of the Radio Museum's website. We wish to thank Steve Kushman, Bart Lee and all ofthe members of CHRS for the award, which was presented at the July 2002 CHRSmeeting at St. Anne of the Sunset Church in San Francisco, California. For moreinformation on CHRS, go to their website at:

House of Broadcasting, Arizona's Radio & Television Museum

For three years, he served as a senior consultant at the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris and was president of the Population Resource Center before Paley, who died in 1990, tapped him to run the museum.

The Museum has prospered and grown, thanks to the support of television and radio stations, personal and industry contributions.
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- 2/16 - Ailsa Chang, who has been a congressional correspondent at DC-based NPR, joins the crew at "All Things Considered." Joining Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro.....

- 2/16 - New York City radio talk legend Don Imus, who is about to retire, gets sued for age discrimination and non-payment of severance by Warner Wolf, who used to be a DC TV sports anchor.

Jim's Antique Radio Museum - NEW ITEMS

– September 2009 Jim Jeffrey, KTAR and KFYI-AM Sportscaster – September 2009 Vicky Deur, KIFN and Univision TV Salesperson – March 2010 Dan Armstrong, KOY Afternoon Personality for 13 Years – May 2010 Bill Austin, KESZ Morning Personality for 20 Years “Beth and Bill” – June 2010 Bruce Dunbar, Newsman, KSAZ-TV – June 2010 Jan Jacobson, Sandusky Public Service Director/Board Member of House of Broadcasting-July 2010 Randy Cantrell, General Sales Manager, KPNX-TV – October 2010 Tom Petersen, TV/Radio/Newspaper - Manager/Salesperson – November 2010 Bill Owens, Owens Advertising Agency – December 2010 Dede Wathey, KTAR Radio Executive – December 2010 Jon Ruby, KVOA-TV, General Manager – May 2011 Walter Lowe, Owner and General Manager, KDJI, Holbrook – August 2011 Bill Heywood, Valley Radio Personality-KOY, KTAR and wife Susan – January 2012 Betty Waters, Ch.

Museum of TV and Radio Honors Jerry Seinfeld and …

Robert M. Batscha, who spent more than two decades guiding the New York-based Museum of Television & Radio and oversaw the establishment of a sister venue in Beverly Hills, died Friday in New York City from complications related to cancer. He was 58.

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Listiak, KMLE Radio, Personality, Phoenix – April 2004 Fred Vance, KHOS Owner; General Manager, KVOA and KGUN-TV, Tucson – June 2004 Aquanetta-KPHO-TV Talent-2004 Steve Dodge, Bandleader, Musician – January 2005 Ray C.

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Today Rogers Communication Inc. (RCI) > is one of the largest telecommunications companies in the country, with holding including Cable TV, Cellular Phone, as well as Local and Long Distance under Rogers Telecom (formerly Sprint Canada), multi-media, publishing, and 20 radio stations and a television station, CFMT, devoted entirely to multi-cultural programming.