The exhibition 100 Years of Radio Broadcasting in Montreal explores the birth of Radio in Montreal. The exhibition is online (click here) as part of the Centennial of Broadcasting in Canada project. The exhibition received financial support from the “Montreal Heritage: Enhancing Neighborhoods” program. The exhibition also benefited from the support of generous donors to the Museum.
The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of radio broadcasting in Canada. To celebrate this historic event, the Musée des ondes Emile Berliner and the Société Québécoise des Collectionneurs de Radios Anciens (SQCRA) have co-organized the Centennial of Broadcasting in Canada.
The Centennial was planned as a year-long engaging program that showcased the development of radio technology and content in Canada. Due to the Corona Pandemic, the celebration events were transformed to online activities and projects. We hope you find this site Radio100.moeb.ca useful as an exploration tool to browse through the history of radio.
The Musée des ondes Emile Berliner received the Governor General’s History Award for Community Programming for its project Centenaire de la radiodiffusion au Canada, a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of radio broadcasting in Canada.