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The Warren Stucki Museum of Broadcasting is located in Northwest's Wells Hall and offers visual examples of the various stages of broadcast development, including a mock-up of a 1940s era radio station. Additionally, there is a television history section complete with exhibits on the development of studio cameras, field cameras, tape formats, and interactive experience exhibits.
For more information about the museum, which is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays when the University is in session and by special appointment, or to donate an artifact, call the KXCV Radio Station in Wells Hall at 660.562.1163.