Paley Center Debuts Olympic Broadcast Archive Exhibit

Just in time for the Winter Olympics, the Paley Center for Media has opened a new historical exhibit featuring archival recordings of U.S. broadcasts of the Olympic Games.

With more than 1,300 hours of Olympic and Olympic-related programs, The U.S. Olympic Archive presented by Gordon Crawford includes broadcasts from the 1960 Olympic Winter Games in Squaw Valley through the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

“This partnership between The Paley Center for Media and the USOC will give the public access to the first comprehensive archive full of historic Olympic moments, including The United States’ ‘Miracle on Ice’ win over the Soviet Union in 1980 among many other inspiring feats and memorable events – on and off the field of play,” said Pat Mitchell, president and chief executive officer of The Paley Center for Media.

The first 40 visitors to The U.S. Olympic Archive presented by Gordon Crawford at each of the Paley Center’s New York and Los Angeles locations will receive an official gift from the U.S. Olympic Committee.

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