Museum of TV Gets Facelift

Apr 22, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Manhattan’s Museum of Television and Radio, now called the Paley Center for Media, is getting a facelift to make the entrance look more appealing to pedestrians and to make it look less like a bank, Daily Variety reports. The building’s revolving doors and metal-heavy facade will be replaced with glass windows that reveal large screens inside, with the goal of enticing people to venture in, the trade paper says. The Los Angeles branch of the institution also is being updated, the trade paper says.
—Aimee Picchi

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