You are there, standing with Edward R. Murrow on a London rooftop as he delivers a live radio report during World War II and going undercover with Nellie Bly as she exposes horrendous conditions in a 19th century insane asylum.
This 120-seat theater provides an ever-changing collection of influential, educational and award-winning documentaries, both new and historic, produced by the Newseum and others.
This theater is home to "Press Box: The History of Sports Reporting." The 25-minute documentary, produced by the Newseum, presents some of the greatest moments in sports history.
Your journey through the Newseum begins in these theaters, where the award-winning film, "What's News?" explores the boundaries of journalism and the public's need to know.
The Newseum's Big Screen Theater presents historic news broadcasts, original documentaries and breaking news on a unique 100-foot-long video wall.
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