Museum of Television and Radio Installs Gear Donated by Panasonic

Panasonic has donated over $400,000 worth of modern digital display and business equipment to The Museum of Television & Radio in New York. The museum maintains a collection of more than 110,000 television and radio programs and advertisements covering approximately 75 years of television and radio history. The progr
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Panasonic has donated over $400,000 worth of modern digital display and business equipment to The Museum of Television & Radio in New York.

The museum maintains a collection of more than 110,000 television and radio programs and advertisements covering approximately 75 years of television and radio history. The programs are available to the public, and the institution showcases the collection through screening and listening series, seminars and education classes.

The Panasonic equipment includes large-screen digital projectors, digital cameras and recorders, a digital telephone system and high-definition plasma displays. The gear will be used to improve the quality of presentations at the museum and record seminars and classes, among other operations.