The Long Island Radio &TV Historical Society exists to preserve the rich and diverse history of wireless communication on Long Island.
• Our Mission is to collect, preserve and interpret artifacts, biographical information, architectural, cultural and historical matters pertaining to the development of Radio and TV technology on Long Island.
• Own, preserve, and open to the public such historical buildings and property it may acquire.
• Make its resources accessible to researchers and the general public.
• Hold meetings, create exhibits, sponsor programs and run special events for the education and enjoyment of its members and the general public
• Act in cooperation with public and private entities to promote awareness of and interest of Long Island Radio and TV history.