About Our Auction
The National Capital Radio & Television Museum supports science education through its comprehensive radio and television collection. The silent auction supports the educational work of the museum.
Every year, the NCRTV honors the legacy of radio personality Ed Walker with its Ed Walker Lifetime Achievement Virtual Awards Gala, honoring the best in Radio and Television in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore region.
You can watch the event starting Saturday, November 14, at 6:30 at ncrtv.org.
For the 5th Anniversary, the museum names its 2020 Honorees: Chris Core, Retired Commentator, “Core Values” (WTOP-FM); Deborah Weiner, Emmy Award-Winning, Co-Anchor of WBAL-TV evening and nightly news; and Rhea Feikin, Retired Host, Maryland Public Television.
About National Capital Radio & Television Museum
Opened in 1999, The National Capital Radio & Television Museum is a 501(c)(3) museum dedicated to the preservation of radio and television broadcast history.
Round Trip Ticket on Southwest Airlines
Mediterranean dinner for 10
A annual favorite
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Rare Yellow Weltron 2001 8-track stereo
with Am/FM AC/Battery Multiplex Solid State