In the spring 2021 AAA Explorer magazine, The Birmingham Black Radio Museum gets a mention among the iconic and enticing attractions of the 4th Avenue Business District. When the Carver Theater reopens after renovations are complete, BBRM collections will be on display.
The Birmingham Times interviewed our Director Bob Friedman (top), and oral history contributor Ron January (above), now of WATV, for a story on the Birmingham Black Radio Museum. Read the story here: The Rich History of Birmingham’s Black Radio Museum
“The Birmingham Black Radio Museum (BBRM) project began amassing interviews, pictures and memorabilia in 1992 and received its not-for-profit status on 2004. Its goal was to organize and preserve that history and make it available to scholars and the public. The collection now spans the 1930s through the 1980s and is archived at the historic Carver Theatre in downtown Birmingham.”
Read the full article here on Alabama Newscenter