Museum takes a new moniker

Levine, Stuart
June 2007
Daily Variety;6/6/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 46, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the re-branding strategy for the Museum of Television and Radio as the Paley Center for Media in both its locations in New York and Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, California The new name is a way for the Paley Center to include the various media through which the public receives its messages through the Internet, cell phones and other forms of media.


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