Established in 1997, the House of Broadcasting, Arizona's Radio & Television Museum, 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.
Although we no longer have a physical location, this site contains much of the material that was exhibited in our locations in both Chris-Town, our original location, and Scottsdale.
Click on the video below to view a filmed interview with Mary Morrison, HOBI Director, and a tour of the museum's Scottsdale location.
Marty Robbins Display
Wallace & Ladmo Display
Film & Television
Buck Owens display
KOOL TV Television Camera
Guests at the Scottsdale Location
AZARC members at the Scottsdale location
Click on the video below to see the House of Broadcasting's "A Look Back at Broadcasting in the Valley of the Sun".
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Click on the video below to view a filmed interview with Mary Morrison, HOBI Director, and a tour of the museum's Scottsdale location produced by the City of Scottsdale.