Welcome to the House of Broadcasting Inc. (HOBI), Arizona's Radio & Television Museum Website!
The House of Broadcasting Inc.(HOBI) radio and television museum is Arizona's largest private collection of broadcast memorabilia.
The House of Broadcasting, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and preserving and celebrating the history, personalities, and paraphernalia of radio and television in Arizona. It is one of only five museums in the country dedicated to the broadcast industry. The four others are in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Washington D. C.
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House of Broadcasting is happy to announce the 7th ANNUAL HOUSE OF BROADCASTING CELEBRITY HOLIDAY CONCERT
MIKE CHAMBERLIN & FRIENDS
DECEMBER 20, 2020 - 10-11PM
CH. 7, CABLE 7, Dish Network: Channel 7, Direct TV: Channel 7
The show will also stream on AzTV.com
House of Broadcasting presents the television concert featuring many local celebrities. Brad Perry, host of the Arizona Daily Mix on KAZT-TV will be the Master of Ceremonies.
HOBI awards scholarships annually to students at the ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, the ASU Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, and the Eller School of Management at the University of Arizona. The concert is the annual fundraiser for House of Broadcasting to fund those scholarships. Your donation will help with those efforts.
HOBI Board of Directors member, Maurie Helle, Producer/Director, working with Brian Cisek, Creative Director of AZTV Ch.7 are producing the HOBI Holiday show.
The current talent list includes:
Mary Jo West
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