Museum of Television and Radio is changing its name
First Kentucky Fried Chicken and now you, Museum of Television and Radio? Oh, why must things change?
Anyway, the Museum of Television of Radio is changing its name, but not to "MTR." No, it will henceforth be known as "Paley Center for Media," which TV trivia-heads will recognize as being named after William S. Paley, who founded CBS and started the museum in 1975 (back then it was called the "Museum of Broadcasting," so it's not like this is the first time the name has changed).
So why the change? It's quite simple: we don't just get our information through TV and radio anymore. We now have this thing called "the internet," not to mention video content through mobile devices.
The New York City and Beverly Hills locations of the museum will also become a place where people in the media can hold seminars and discussions. These public events will also be made available through the museum's site, not to mention portals such as Yahoo and Comcast.
In the meantime, I recommend searching Google Video for " Museum of Television and Radio." There are a ton of great (and lengthy) interviews to be found there.