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.
Begin your visit with the Newseum's four-minute orientation video, which plays in two of these theaters. In the third theater, don't miss "What's News?," the Newseum's signature film.
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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