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LTV Muzeja - Museum at Latvian Television

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1509 Riga, Latvia (Latvia, Riga)

Address Latvian Televison LTD
Zakusalas embankment 3 
 
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Museum typ
TV and image recording


Opening times
Ekskursijas notiek trešdienās un piektdienās; to ilgums - 1 stunda. Vēlamais cilvēku skaits grupā - sākot no 25 dalībniekiem.

Admission
pirmsskolas vecuma bērniem - 0.50 Ls skolēniem - 0.80 Ls studentiem un pensionāriem - 1.00 Ls pārējiem - 1.50 Ls

Contact
Tel.:+371-67 2003 16  Fax:+371-67 2000 25  
eMail:ltv ltv.lv   

Homepage www.ltv.lv/en/aktuali/608/

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Location / Directions
N56.929645° E24.128571°N56°55.77870' E24°7.71426'N56°55'46.7220" E24°7'42.8556"

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

SU: Aleksandrov Radio Televisor KVN-49 {КВН-49} (1949-63)

Description When you were a child, perhaps you crawled behind the television set to find out where the things you saw on screen were originating amongst the wires and cables that were back there. Perhaps your children are doing the same right now? Why not take a tour of Latvian Television to bring childhood dreams to life? Our tours will be interesting for mom, dad and the kids!

The first television set in Latvia looks so funny today – a screen size of only 18 cm. The image used to be enhanced with a lens that was filled with distilled water or glycerine!

What did the clock which appeared before the “Panorama” news programme look like 50 years ago?

Just look at the enormous television cameras which first brought the world to Latvia, the lights which light up our studios!

Remember the experiences of Latvian Television during the barricades in the winter of 1991. You’ll see knives which were used to prepare sandwiches for the guards of Zaķusala, and you’ll get a sense of what was really supposed to happen there?

You will be able to see your favourite childhood heroes and learn what’s going on with them now. You’ll see the costume designs for “Clearing the Fields for Destiny” and “The Sweet Taste of Poison”.

You’ll be able to look at the oldest and newest television equipment which LTV has at its disposal to edit broadcasts.

You will also see the studios from which your favourite shows are broadcast and even have a chance to sit down in the chair from which LTV news anchors deliver the news each evening.

A tour of Latvian Television and its museum is always exciting. The museum at Latvian Television at Zaķusala has been assembled gradually since the early 1990s, and today it is the only television museum in Latvia. The museum offers a look at the way in which television appeared in Latvia, the first newsreaders, the broadcasts, and the people who have been the face of Latvian Television over the course of the last 50 years and more. There are exhibits featuring television equipment. A unique collection of old-time television sets has been brought together from places all over Latvia. Latvian Television guarantees an interesting time for one and all!

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Ekskursijas

Vai savā bērnībā esat mēģinājuši ieskatīties televizorā no otras puses, cerot vadu un mikroshēmu tīklojumā ieraudzīt to, ko atklāj ekrāns? Varbūt šo eksperimentu tikko kā izmēģinājusi jūsu atvasīte? Bērnības sapņus beidzot īstenos ekskursija Latvijas Televīzijā: prieka netrūks ne lieliem, ne maziem...

Cik amizants ir pirmais televizors Latvijā, kura ekrāna diagonāles lielums ir 18 cm un kuru attēla palielināšanai savulaik tika izmantota ar destilētu ūdeni vai glicerīnu pildīta lēca? Kāds izskatās pulkstenis, kas pirms pusgadsimta parādījās ekrānā pirms “Panorāmas”? Kādas ir milzumlielās kameras, kuras ļāva mums ieraudzīt pasauli, un spuldzes, kas izgaismoja studiju?

Kā Latvijas Televīzijai klājās Barikāžu laikā – 1991. gada ziemā? Ar kādiem nažiem tika smērētas sviestmaizes Zaķusalas sargiem, un kādam īsti vajadzēja izskatīties Latvijas televīzijas kompleksam Zaķusalā? Kāds šodien izskatās Veltas Skurstenes sabiedrotais skursteņslauķis Gustiņš? Kā klājas Tontonam, Annelei un Runcim Renāram? No kādiem audumiem darināti Likteņa līdumnieku varoņu tērpi, un cik mīkstā zīdā bija tērpušies Saldās indes garšas varoņi?

Kāda izskatās Vecrīga no LTV 13. stāva? Un kādas sajūtas pārņem, ieslīgstot krēslā, kurā, uzrunājot skatītājus, ik vakaru redzama Ilva Liepiņa, Ilze Nagla, Jānis Geste vai Arnis Krauze?

Atbildes uz šiem un neskaitāmiem citiem jautājumiem sniegs aizraujoša ekskursija Latvijas televīzijas muzejā Zaķusalā: pakāpeniski veidojies 20. gadsimta 90. gados, šobrīd tas, būdams vienīgais televīzijas muzejs Latvijā, apvieno unikālus materiālus par televīzijas dzimšanu valstī, par pirmajiem diktoriem, raidījumu cikliem un personībām, kuras 53 gadu garumā veidojušas Latvijas Televīzijas seju. Vairākās ekspozīcijās atspoguļota televīzijas tehnikas attīstība, no Latvijas malu malām atceļojusi unikāla veco televizoru kolekcija. Latvijas Televīzija garantē: interesanti te būs ikvienam!

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