Pavek Museum Honored for Preserving Electronic Media

Minnesota’s Pavek Museum of Broadcasting was presented with the Richard M. Uray Alpha Epsilon Rho Award for Excellence for its efforts and achievements in preserving the history of electronic communication.

The award is given by the National Broadcasting Society and AERho, a national honor society of electronic media students.

The museum says it features one of the world’s finest collections of early radio, television, broadcasting and recording equipment, as well as an archive of regional radio and television program material. Pavek also is home to the Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
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