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8070 Tylersville Rd, West Chester, OH 45069 | Ph: 513-777-0027 | Openn Saturday & Sunday Noon-4 PM, Docent Tours at 12:30, 2PM & 3PM

About Us

  • OUR MISSION:

    Our mission is to preserve and celebrate the rich legacy and global impact of the Voice of America and the visionaries who established the field of electronic media and distribution.

    Our mission also includes a commitment to financial sustainability provided by the generosity of donors and the pursuit of resources to continue creating educational experiences that connect the stories of achievement, innovation and technology and inspire future generations.

  • Learn why the first international broadcasting station for America’s Voice is located NEAR Cincinnati, OH.

  • More than wires in a box . . . More than a repository of technology of years gone by, it is an examination and celebration of the creative and truthful broadcasts that changed the world and continues to do so today.
  • Discover secrets embedded in sending truth around the world using a dictionary of just 1500 words.
  • Walk inside and experience the mammoth size for high power wireless signals and how shortwave radio works.
  • Learn why “Rocks” made Wireless work. (No rocks – No wireless).
  • Did we mention other surprises like Cincinnati Triple Time, Knocker-Uppers and making ice from heat?
  • Learn about critical skills from Women in Broadcasting.
  • Experience “This is America” broadcast describing our culture.
  • Don’t forget to see the extensive Crosley Brothers Collection in addition to the Early Radio and TV collection.
  • Be sure to stop in the modernized Ham Shack for the West Chester Amateur Radio Association (WC8VOA). Witness how a wireless signal can travel around the world.

"I escaped from behind the Iron Curtain. I gained the courage to escape by listening to your broadcasts. Only when you spoke did I realize that my chance to live a good life was only to be found in a free country where they honor human rights and the dignity of men.."

Board of Directors

The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Meetings of the Board are open to the public and take place monthly at the Museum, 8:15 AM every first Wednesday of the month.

Officers

ADrick, Jay (President)

Gruber, joe (Chief Technology Officer)

Dominic, John (Jack) (Executive Director)

Ulrich, karl (Secretary/Treasurer)

Wunnenberg, Chris        (vice president) 

gentile, pat

Hite, Leland

Holt, Larry

Koffel, Tom

Martini, Mike (Media Heritage Representative)

Molter, Joe (WCARA Representative)

Monroe, Jeff

Rieser, Ken

Scott, David

Snyder, David

West, gary

50 YEARS OF GLOBAL BROADCASTING:
INSPIRING HOPE, DELIVERING ACCURATE NEWS & INFORMATION,
IMPROVING PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY WHILE CELEBRATING ART,
MUSIC & CULTURE AROUND THE WORLD.
(1944-1994)

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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