Museum Highlights History Of Fisher Communications
May 14, 2010 at 4:24 AM (PT)
The history of FISHER COMMUNICATIONS is on display at SEATTLE's MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY (MOHAI), with an exhibit at the museum's KNIGHT GALLERY, "FISHER COMMUNICATIONS: A Century of Service and Innovation," running now through SEPTEMBER 6th.
The exhibit shows FISHER's start as a flour milling operation in 1910 through the beginning of the company's radio business in 1926 and the establishment of KOMO-TV/SEATTLE in 1953. On display are audio and video clips, a scrolling timeline and a selection of unique artifacts and mementos.
"FISHER is proud of its local heritage and longstanding commitment to serving its communities and is thrilled to partner with MOHAI to display its history and innovative accomplishments," said FISHER Pres./CEO COLLEEN B. BROWN.