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The National Capital Radio and Television Museum collects, preserves, and interprets artifacts, programming, and publications to educate the public about the development and impact of electronic media.
We are a small museum with only two paid part-time staff and about 40 dedicated volunteers. Our goal is to help the public learn about the history of radio and television via an intensive look at the technology behind these communication tools as well as share the cultural, social and even artistic aspects of this media. For older folks it is a trip down memory lane. For younger adults and children, it is a place where they can learn the origin of their smart phones and iPads and the technology behind it.