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Wednesday, August 02, 2017
Museum Gets a Reprieve
Crains Chicago reports that the Broadcasting Museum in Chicago, which is the home to the National Radio Hall of Fame, has been given another year to pay their bills...
The Museum of Broadcast Communications gets an extra year to pay down its $2.5 million mortgage held by Pepper Construction in Chicago. Bruce DuMont, the museum's founder and CEO, confirmed the extension via email this morning. "The MBC remains optimistic about what lies ahead," DuMont wrote, indicating that the statement would be the organization's only comment on the issue.