Chicago's Museum Of Broadcast Communications Highlighting TV's Impact On DebatesCBS made history in Chicago 60 years ago with the first televised presidential debate between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy.
Saturday Night Live Behind-The-Scenes Exhibition Coming To ChicagoThe Museum of Broadcast Communications announced Wednesday that it will be bringing visitors behind the scenes of "America’s most iconic, comedic television show" with Saturday Night Live: The Experience.
Ronald McDonald Statue Decapitated Outside Broadcast MuseumWorkers arriving for work Tuesday morning saw the statue of the beloved McDonald's icon had been decapitated when they got to the museum, according to museum founder Bruce DuMont. Staff at the neighboring Tortoise Club had rescued the statue's head after the statue was vandalized.
Play Opening In Chicago Makes The Case That The Mob Was Behind Kennedy AssassinationRetired FBI agent Zack Shelton collaborated with investigative reporter and playwright Hillel Levin on "Assassination Theater," a new play that makes the case that the late Chicago crime boss Tony Accardo and some of his fellow mobsters were behind the killing of the president.
Your Chicago: Museum Of Broadcast CommunicationsCBS 2's Rob Johnson takes a look inside Chicago's newest museum, which pays homage to the greats of television and radio.
TV And Radio Legends Celebrate Opening Of New Broadcast MuseumDozens of radio and television pioneers got together Tuesday night in Chicago to celebrate the history of broadcasting.
'Soul Train' Creator Don Cornelius Honored At MemorialFriends and family members got together Wednesday night for a love-filled goodbye to "Soul Train" creator and Chicago native Don Cornelius.
Museum Of Broadcast Communications To Honor Don CorneliusThe Museum of Broadcast Communications will honor “Soul Train” creator Don Cornelius with a special tribute Wednesday night.
Broadcast Communications Museum Hosts VIP Open HouseThe Museum of Broadcast Communications offered Gov. Pat Quinn, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a host of others a "sneak preview" open house at its new digs Thursday night.
Follow In Oprah's FootstepsIf you'd like to experience a small bit of what Oprah felt as she opened her show for the first couple of decades, go by the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
Construction Resumes On Broadcast MuseumAfter what might be called a very long commercial break, construction has resumed at the planned new home of the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
New Exhibit Showcases Six Decades Of Classic Commericals The Museum of Broadcast Communications is betting that people won't skip through its latest exhibit, "We'll Be Right Back ... 60 years of Television Commercials."