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Category:Paley Center for Media

Paley Center for Media 
non-profit organisation in the USA
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Instance ofmuseum of broadcasting,
Location Manhattan, Manhattan, Beverly Hills, United States of America
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  • 1984
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佩利媒体中心 (zh-cn); Paley Center for Media (fr); Paley Center for Media (en); ペーリー・メディアセンター (ja); 佩利媒体中心 (zh-hans); 電視廣播博物館 (zh) non-profit organisation in the USA (en); musée américain (fr); amerikanische Non-Profit-Organisation (de) 帕雷媒体中心 (zh-cn); Museum of Television and Radio, MTR (fr); ペイリー・センター (ja); 帕雷媒体中心 (zh-hans); 帕雷媒體中心, 佩利媒體中心, 佩利電視節 (zh)
English: The Paley Center for Media, formerly The Museum of Television & Radio (MT&R) and The Museum of Broadcasting, is an American cultural institution dedicated to the discussion, for the professional community and media-interested public, of the cultural, creative and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms. It also maintains a large collection of television and radio programming. It was renamed the Paley Center in 2007; its founder was William S. Paley. Founded in 1975, it has two branches: New York City (which moved into the William S. Paley Building in 1991) and Beverly Hills (which opened in 1996 in the Leonard H. Goldenson Building).


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