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The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)

2092 Johannesburg, South Africa

Address Artillery Road
Auckland Park 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ
Radio and Kommunication in general


Opening times

Admission
Status from 05/2022
on request.

Contact
Tel.:+27-11-714-4625 (SABC Tours Office )  eMail:No email found  

Homepage No SABC museum website found www.sa-venues.com/things-to-do/gauteng/take-a-guided-tour-of-the-sabc/

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Location / Directions
S26.187541° E28.011675°S26°11.25246' E28°0.70050'S26°11'15.1476" E28°0'42.0300"

Description

The SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) complex is a treasure trove of exciting places for visitors - both those visiting for the first time and those who return for subsequent visits. Guests are given an overview of the corporation’s activities by being allowed into most of the areas of operation.

These include the Radio Studios where you can see your favourite presenters in action, The Media Library where there are approximately 60,000 Compact Discs in storage, The Technical Museum where visitors learn more about the introduction of radio and television in South Africa as well as a Mock Studio where visitors may get an opportunity to present in a simulated studio environment. Visitors also gain access to the Television Production Studio where dramas, game shows and South Africa’s most popular soap-operas are pre-recorded, The Décor Bay where production sets are stored and The News Studio where visitors will get a behind-the-scenes view of the workings of the News Division.

The tour includes a stop at the a technical museum, which covers the introduction and development of radio and television broadcasting in South Africa, and a simulated studio where wannabe presenters can get behind the microphone.


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