published on 10/18/2018
“Rock the Radio,” the National VOA Museum of Broadcasting’s third annual fundraiser, was held Sept. 22 at the museum in West Chester.

published on 04/17/2018
A Panel Discussion @ The VOA Museum Thursday, April 26 7 – 8:30 p.m. In the U.S., the media plays a vital role in presenting the public with the truth in a manner that is fair, thorough and accurate. Journalists have a responsibility to act with honesty and integrity as they gather the news and report it.

published on 04/16/2018
The Museum will welcome 2018 Hamvention attendees: Thursday May 17 - 1 to 9 pm Friday May 18 - 4 to 9 pm Saturday May 19 - 1 to 9 pm Sunday May 20 - 1 to 4 pm

published on 04/09/2018
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published on 09/28/2017
What's in your Shelvador?

published on 09/12/2017
West Chester resident Joe Gruber’s passion for technology and commitment to serving at the VOA Museum has been a driving force in bringing VOA’s Radio Lab to fruition. The VOA Radio Lab offers insight on various radio-related topics including magnetism, basic electricity and radio wave theory. Gruber, a retired Intel executive, has served on the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting's board of directors since 2015. He is also a devoted volunteer, who spends his time teaching students and visitors about radio in the VOA Radio Lab and beyond.

published on 03/09/2017
VOA Museum presents TRUTH MATTERS. FACTS MATTER Thursday Evening, March 23rd @ 7:00 PM Admission is $10 per person paid at the door. The Cincinnati chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) will host a discussion on how to tell the difference between real and fake news. what standards editors use to determine facts, and the importance of a free press in a democracy. The panel will include professional journalists from Cincinnati Public Radio, Cox Media, Gannet and WCPO TV. The program is open to the public and reservations are encouraged. For reservations Call 513-777-0027 or email Thanks to Kehoe Financial Advisors our Corporate Sponsor

published on 03/09/2017
Help Share The Story The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting is seeking volunteers to be trained as docents as we will expand the hours of operation in September 2017. Beginning then the Museum will be open to the public every Saturday and Sunday giving visitors expanded opportunities to learn about the Voice of America, the iconic Bethany Station and the extraordinary positive influence they have globally in the spread of freedom, democracy and the free flow of information. Volunteers will attend four training sessions over the summer to become knowledgeable about the VOA and Bethany Station. Although helpful, no background in broadcasting or technology is required. The Museum is seeking individuals who appreciate history, international studies and a free media. We want volunteers who will enjoy sharing the stories that changed the world. Volunteers will be asked to provide a minimum of two 6 hour days per month and work as part of a team. For more information email

published on 11/14/2016
The Hiram Percy Maxim award for 2015 was awarded to 13 year old Chris Brault, KD8YVJ, of Liberty Township, Ohio at a reception at the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting on Saturday, November 12th.

published on 07/10/2016
Guests enjoyed an evening of jazz and big band music at “VOA Museum by Moonlight,” the “friendraiser” for the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting.