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Moses Znaimer re-opening MZTV Museum of Television

If you're a television addict and will be in Toronto from July 20 on, you may want to stop into the re-opened MZTV Museum of Television at 550 Queen Street East. The Museum, created by Canadian media magnate Moses Znaimer and curated by Michael Adams, re-launches at this new location, featuring thousands of artifacts from the history of television. Included are some incredibly rare pieces such as Marilyn Monroe's own portable TV and the RCA 'Phantom Teleceiver', a translucent set that launched commercial TV at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
July 2, 2009

If you’re a television addict and will be in Toronto from July 20 on, you may want to stop into the re-opened MZTV Museum of Television at 550 Queen Street East. The Museum, created by Canadian media magnate Moses Znaimer and curated by Michael Adams, re-launches at this new location, featuring thousands of artifacts from the history of television. Included are some incredibly rare pieces such as Marilyn Monroe’s own portable TV and the RCA ‘Phantom Teleceiver’, a translucent set that launched commercial TV at the 1939 New York World’s Fair.

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