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February Online Meeting of the Early Television Museum Community

February 27 at 8 PM EST

Our February meeting will feature three segments: first, Steve McVoy will update news of the Early Television Foundation, followed by a look at an interesting item at the Museum. Then we will have a topic discussion. This month's topic is from Blake Hinkle, and is "who is offering repair services for round screen color TVs". Finally, we will have a tour of the Texas Museum of Broadcast and Communcations with Chuck Conrad.

Zoom and YouTube instructions are here

Here is Chuck's bio:

Chuck has been a life-long fan of the art and business of broadcasting and entertainment.  His experience in the field includes, TV production, TV news, and AM and FM commercial and non-commercial radio as well as live sound and event production.  Currently, he is the owner and general manager of local radio stations KZQX (QX-FM) and KDOK.  He's also the founder and Executive Director of the Texas Museum of Broadcasting & Communications, located in downtown Kilgore, Texas

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Monthly online meetings of the Early Television Museum community

The Early Television Museum is proud to announce our “COVID Pivot.” We were all disappointed that the in-person 2020 Early Television Convention at the Museum in Hilliard was postponed and then canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. To help lessen the sting of the missing convention, starting this month, we’ll be hosting an online monthly meeting. 

Besides offering a chance for the Early Television community to continue the momentum of our Convention gathering, we hope that these monthly meetings will also allow the Early Television Foundation to function more like a club and that regular get-togethers will allow the collecting community to build and maintain ties even better than our once-a-year get-togethers allowed. 

We hope to leverage the benefits of the virtual meetings craze and continue gathering online every month even after we’re able to return to having our annual in-person convention.