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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.
10th Annual "Mike Chamberlin and the Living Legends of Broadcasting Holiday Concert"- 2023
This year is our 10th annual "Mike Chamberlin and the Living Legends of Broadcasting Holiday Concert"! Mark your calendar to join us at 7 p.m. on Friday, December 8, 2023 at the Central Methodist Church,1875 North Central Avenue - on Central just north of the Phoenix Art Museum, on the east side of the road. Follow the link for a map. https://goo.gl/maps/uxZKVS7nviNSD2c39 .
Ticket prices are the same as in the past, $15.00. Children under 12 are free, and so is parking. Get your tickets by emailing pschu@q., or calling 602-944-1997.Tickets are also available at the door. The list of expected performers includes:
Dr. Joyce Blair Buekers
Mary Jo West
Celebrating Legend City
HOBI Board member Pat McMahon and Phoenix artist, Lou Crandall, Jr. celebrated Legend City’s 60th Anniversary at the Sunnyslope Museum on Saturday, September 16th, 2023.
Arizona Gives Day 2023
A big THANK YOU to the donors who supported HOBI through Arizona Gives Day 2023.
Although Arizona gives Day 2023 has already passed, you can still donate to the House of Broadcasting throughout the rest of the year. Help us to reach our goal of $5,000 in donations to make a difference across Arizona. Your contribution makes it possible for HOBI to present scholarships to deserving students at ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and Hugh Downs School of Human Communications, and at U of A's Karl Eller School of Management. Click or tapon DONATE to make your donation.
Check our Book Signing page for info about the latest book signing by HOBI Board member Dr. John Craft. By the way, you can still purchase the book through the contact info listed below, or through Amazon.
House of Broadcasting Comes to Arizona Historical Society!
Our On Airpage has a seletion of photos from the opening of the exhibit.
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