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New name for TV museum

June 06, 2007|From a Times staff writer

After 31 years, the Museum of Television & Radio, which operates facilities in Beverly Hills and New York, said Tuesday that it was changing its name to the Paley Center for Media.

The change is intended "to better reflect MTR's evolution to a center that convenes media leaders and enthusiasts for programs that explore and illuminate the immense and growing impact of all media on our lives, culture and society," the organization said in a news release.

The new name also honors William S. Paley, the institution's founder and longtime chairman of CBS, who died in 1990.

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