May 10, 2012. With over 60 in attendance, The National Capital Radio & Television (NCRTV) Museum (formerly the Radio and Television Museum operated by the Radio History Society) celebrated its new name in a ceremony and unveiling of its new logo on Wednesday, May 9, 2012.
Chris Sterling, Chair of the Museum Board, stated, “We’ve been looking forward to this day and the opportunities that come with it to play an important role in greater Washington. We’re delighted to be in Bowie.”
City of Bowie Mayor John Robinson also spoke, commenting on the wonderful collection and how good it is that the Museum is in Bowie. He encouraged everyone in attendance to be sure to visit the exhibitions.
Co-sponsors of the event were the Greater Bowie Chamber of Commerce and Costco. Kelly Pierce, Executive Director of the Chamber, stated, “The National Capital Radio & Television Museum is one of the newest members of the Greater Bowie Chamber of Commerce and we enjoyed celebrating with them last night. The event was educational, interesting, and fun!”
Our thanks to Photography by Perry for the photographs.