Radio Museum Closer To Opening
January 2, 2007 at 5:01 AM (PT)
A radio museum is closer to happening at the THOUSAND OAKS, CA LIBRARY. The "AMERICAN RADIO ARCHIVES," in the works for at least six years, will eventually house the combined radio collections of the library and of PACIFIC PIONEER BROADCASTERS, an organization of radio and television professionals that honors members and preserves the industry's history.
The new men in charge are former THOUSAND OAKS Mayor FRANCES PRINCE and former THOUSAND OAKS City Manager GRANT BRIMHALL. "I think the timing is right for this project to get air under its wings and take off," BRIMHALL said.