Voice of America Museum Tour and Lunch

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Voice of America Museum Tour and  Lunch 

Voice of America Museum Tour and  Lunch 

8070 Tylersville Rd, West Chester Township

Learn more about the history of Voice of America Bethany Station, why it was constructed near Cincinnati, and its role on the world stage. Its beginnings are rooted in World War II and it continued to serve through the Cold War. 

You can see:

  1. Voice of America Bethany Station Including why the station began through VOA's activities today
  2. Collins Radio 250 kW Broadcast Transmitter Walk inside this massive shortwave transmitter
  3. Powel Crosley Jr. Exhibit  See Crosley's many innovative products ahead of their time
  4. Radio Technology Exhibit  Learn how wireless began including technology evolution over time
  5. Gray History of Wireless Exhibits From early spark transmitters to the Golden age of Radio into a large Drake collection
  6. West Chester Amateur Radio Association Ham Shack A complete Ham station where you can see first-hand how shortwave radio works
  7. Media Heritage Exhibit  Early Tri-State Radio & TV including Ruth Lyons and Larry Smith's Puppets
  8. Radio STEM Lab How Radio works

We will also share some stories about how the property transitioned from federal to local government control from those who were directly involved

Cost:  $25 includes tour and lunch.       

Catered by City Barbeque

Event Date & Time:

1/28/2020  11:00 AM - 1/28/2020  1:00 PM

Venue :

Voice of America, Bethany Station Relay museum
8070 Tylersville Rd
West Chester Township , OH , 45069

Contact Person :

Mike Huxsoll
Email : MHuxsoll@springdale.org
Phone : (513) 346-5522
Company :

Registration Items :

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  Voice of America Museum Tour

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