An Exhibit on the Life of ABC's Founder
Leonard H. Goldenson

On display at the Paley Center in Los Angeles
Wednesdays through Sundays 12:00 to 5:00 pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
465 North Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, California
Wednesdays through Sundays 12:00 to 5:00 pm

Leonard H. Goldenson, for whom the Paley Center in Los Angeles building is named, established ABC as a leading television network and was responsible for many first in television history.

You will learn about some of the important moments in ABC and television's history, including: how the network grew out of the Paramount theater system; the historic deal with Walt Disney; the firsts, like ABC's Wide World of Sports and the ground-breaking miniseries Roots, and more, all under the leadership of Leonard H. Goldenson.

Ask for the exhibit pamphlet at the front desk, and to learn more about Leonard H. Goldenson online, visit leonardgoldenson.tv.