A unique exhibit that brings together the singing artistry of one of America's greatest entertainers with his vibrant painting talent. On display are forty pieces of art--along with highlights of his extraordinary career as captured on TV.
See eye-popping costumes, actual set pieces and props from Tony and Emmy–Award winning Hairspray Live! production designer Derek McLane, plus dynamic on-set photography, behind-the-scenes video segments, and big-screen presentations of the musical hit.
On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek, The Paley Center for Media joins the worldwide celebration with special screenings, exclusive events, online activities, and the stunning original art exhibit Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years.
Comedy Central is bringing the South Park 20 Experience to the Paley Center! This life-size 2-D/3-D experience features twenty memorable moments from South Park’s history and allows fans to explore and insert themselves into the iconic moments for a once-in-a-lifetime photo op!
An immersive virtual reality offering that transports fans to places and situations they may not otherwise be able to experience with Discovery’s newest, just-launched Shark Week content!
Explore the comprehensive, publicly accessible video archive of Olympic television coverage at the Paley Center in New York and Los Angeles. The U.S. Olympic Archive, digitally archived to ensure its preservation for future generations, spans the televised history of the Games—from the 1960 Olympic Winter Games in Squaw Valley through the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
What are your favorite Nickelodeon shows from the golden age of the 1990s?
As part of the New York Comedy Festival, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Ben Stiller Show, a short-lived but influential sketch program that expressed a new sensibility in the comedy world in the 1990s usually called “Alternative Comedy.” The revolution was televised.
PaleyList: A list of ten TV appearances of America's longest-running experiment in vocal harmony and social relevance: Crosby, Stills & Nash.
The Paley Center’s 9/11 media-themed programming revisits the events of that day not just to commemorate, but also to take stock of how we have changed and what we have learned.
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.
The Paley Center commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy with a look at some of the lesser-known facts about the media coverage of the national tragedy and rare TV footage.
The Beatles rocked our media landscape in 1964 when more than seventy-three million people tuned into The Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday, February 9, 1964, for their debut American appearance. Why did so many people watch this relatively unknown British band one Sunday night fifty years ago?
Past Perspectives on Media
Sandy Dvore: The Guy Who Did “New”
About Face: Supermodels Then and Now
Loving Lucy: A Gallery of Lucille Ball Covers from TV Guide Magazine, 1953 to 2011
A Tribute to John Lennon
A Paley Center Poll: TV High Schools
Len Steckler: Observations
Remembering Elizabeth Taylor
Noël Coward on Television
The World Cup Live at the Paley Center
The National Geographic Photo Camp: Crimea
Capturing the Last Lost Moments in Time
We’re Gonna Pay a Call on…The Addams Family
The Best Minutes of the Day: The Golden Age of Polaroid Advertising
The Odd Couples
The Black List Project
What Girls Want: Seventy Years of Pop Idols and Audiences
It Ain't Easy Bein' Green: A Look at The Incredible Hulk
TV Sleuth Smackdown
The Def Jam Generation
TV Vampire (s)Takedown
The Twilight Zone Forever
Yabba-Dabba-Doo! A 70th Anniversary Salute to Hanna-Barbera
Apollo 11: Forty Years Later
Star Trek Smackdown
You Bet Your Sweet Bippy: A Look at Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In
Child's Play in the Kitchen
Away We Go on Our Green Journey
John Frankenheimer In Close Up
Watching the Watchmen
Brit Wits: Steve Coogan vs. Ricky Gervais
The Show's the Thing: Academy Awards Poll
Hail to the Chief: Inaugural Moments in Media
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
Lost Without Lost
Who is the Final Cylon?
The Story of the Christmas Special
Political Humor Break
Human Giant Video Contest
Window to the Middle East
Who is Batman?
Hitchcock by Hitchcock