Summer Education Programs in New York

Learn more about Summer Programs for school and camp groups at the Paley Center in New York.

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Re-creating Radio Workshops in New York

Read more about the fun and exciting Re-Creating Radio workshops for the whole family at the Paley Center in New York.

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Educational Resources

Find online curricula, online media resources, and a place for you to discuss educational issues.

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The Scholars Room

To assist individuals doing extensive media research, the Paley Center offers facilities and staff to help researchers utilize our microfiched clippings file and our extensive collection of television and radio programs to their fullest potential. We also provide personalized research assistance for your visit. The Steven Bochco Scholars Room in Los Angeles and the Edward John Noble Scholars Room in New York have carrels equipped with an audio/visual monitor for viewing and listening to the Paley Center's collection of programs and computers that access the library's database.

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Search the Collection

Are you researching television or radio history? Looking for a specific program? Search our collection of nearly 150,000 television and radio programs and advertisements.

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Docu-Jam 2016: Call for Entries


Submission Deadline: April 1, 2016

The 16th Annual Docu-Jam is a unique youth documentary showcase presented by the Paley Center, in association with DCTV in New York. We seek outstanding documentaries produced by young people across the country to be screened at the Paley Center on May 13, 2016.

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Contact The Paley Center for Media’s Education department for more information.

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Thank You

Funding for the Education Program has been generously provided by an endowment from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation and Leo J. Hindery, Jr.

For additional support, the Paley Center wishes to thank:

The JMCMRJ Sorrell Foundation.

The Education Program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.