Moses Znaimer and the MZTV Museum of Television & Archive present a new exhibit honouring the groundbreaking work of Philo T. Farnsworth.
Be the first to catch the premiere of “Forgotten Genius: The Boy Who Invented Electronic TV” – honouring the groundbreaking work of inventor Philo T. Farnsworth.
- In 1922, 14-year old Philo conceived the idea for electronic television while plowing a potato field in Idaho. he had not yet been to high school.
- Discover his amazing story told through never-before-displayed films, photos, lab journals and artifacts including the very first electronic television cameras.
- Be the first to see this new exhibit at Moses Znaimer’s MZTV Museum of Television & Archive, 64 Jefferson Avenue in Toronto’s Liberty Village.
- Also on display, see the world’s largest collection of pre-war and vintage TV sets including the rarest set on the planet from the 1939 New York World’s Fair, Felix The Cat – the first star of television, and sets owned by Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.
- PLUS see how live radio is made in the broadcast studios of The New Classical FM and Zoomer Radio and meet on air hosts Bill Anderson and Frank Proctor. You may even get to say something live on air too!
- Saturday, October 13th at 11 AM – 4 PM