Art Schreiber - National Broadcasters Hall of Fame founder has passed / 2012-10:
Art Schreiber - founder of the National Broadcasters Hall of Fame (NBHF), passed away October 2012.
The original museum was opened during 1977 in Freehold, NJ. It was later moved to California where it was open until 2000.
In 2006 the Hall of Fame was reopened by the New Jersey Antique Radio Club in a historic WWII building at Camp Evans on the former Belmar Marconi Wireless Station. Camp Evans, a National Historic Landmark, is managed by The InfoAge Science Center.
In 2007, Art was at Camp Evans to host the 2007 NBHF induction ceremony. His family reported Art was very pleased to hear the news last week that Camp Evans was designated a National Landmark.
InfoAge and the NJARC are honored to continue Art Schreiber's work of sharing the joy of radio and the talents of the broadcasting stars with future generations.
All the members of InfoAge, the NJARC and the InfoAge organizations are saddened at this news.