published on 09/04/2019
Museum Announces Emcee for 2019 "Celebrating 75 Years of VOA Bethany" Sept 21, 2019
published on 02/25/2019
"The Voice of Truth in America: Celebrating 75 Years of the VOA Bethany Station" is a 4-event series collaboration between the MidPointe Library System and the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
published on 01/29/2019
2019 Ink Stamp
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
... A broadcast Icon
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.
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