By Deb Flomberg
It should come as no surprise that there are a few places in southern California where you can find a huge collection detailing the history of television and radio. The Paley Center for Media has locations in both Los Angeles and New York and it has more than 150,000 different radio programs, television shows and advertisements plus a huge online database of programs and documentaries. You can visit the Paley Center for Media and learn a lot about all the different items in its collection, so be sure to bring a few friends, as this is a really fun and fascinating destination.
The best way to enjoy your trip to the Paley Center for Media is to schedule a guided tour through the front desk. You may want to call ahead, but you can arrange for a guided tour through the Center, as a tour guide explains all about the history of the Paley Center and its famous collection of media. Plus you’ll get a glimpse into the many different programs that are offered to the general public, so you can see the various ways you can take advantage of this important organization.
There are a lot of different public programs to enjoy as well, so be sure to check the online calendar regularly. The PlayLive LA series is always fun, as it features live talks with some of the biggest names in Hollywood. From Mel Brooks to Lisa Kudrow and so many more, you’ll find yourself loving the insiders look at Hollywood and the entire entertainment business.
Of course, if you are arriving at such a Hollywood-themed destination, you’ll want to arrive in Hollywood style. Make sure to set out for your drive in the 2013 CL-Class Coupe from Mercedes-Benx of Encino. You will love driving to the Paley Center in such comfort and luxury, and you’ll arrive in true Mercedes-Benz style. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy your trip through media history, plus you’ll have some extra room to bring along a friend or three to enjoy the day together.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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