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The Paley Center for Media, New York

The Paley Center for Media - New York, New York
The Paley Center for Media
25 West 52 Street, New York, NY 10019Map
+1 212 621 6800
Neighborhood: Midtown
Overview

William S. Paley played a significant role in shaping radio and television broadcasting in the 20th Century. The Paley Center for Media is at the forefront of the ever-evolving global media and examines its effect on society. They are curators of over 150,000 television shows, radio productions and commercials, as well as key events in history like Neil Armstrong’s voice clip from the moon. Listen to radio programs from back in the day or watch re-runs of I Love Lucy, a feat that promises a nostalgic experience for entertainment history buffs and television junkies. Visitors can also glance through their collection on their online database.

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By jbhaydn | Posted 10/14/12
  Have a number off old tape's , which I listen to now and again, and enjoy going back to the old day's, so to speak , and enjoy them very much !--jbhaydn  
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The Paley Center for Media General Information
  • Open Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
  • Type: Other, Arts & Museums
  • Credit Cards Accepted: mastercard, amex, visa
  • Nearest Train: 5 Avenue/53 Street
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