Excellent presentation and an I depth look at how news is made, how the components mesh to get the information to the people, and what journalism is and can be. I loved Tim Russert's office recreation, and the view from the roof is stunning. Bit pricy on the entry fee, it the building itself is a work of art (modern!) and fin to explore. Suggest starting at the top and working your way down. This way you can get a good feel for the displays and a stunning and evocative view of the 9/11 wreckage of the Twin Towers, which was still broadcasting after the hit. This museum gives one a good look at contemporary history and current events.
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