The head of the museum made a tour introducing different decades of radio and TV broadcasts. "Exhibits include wax-statues of Felix Moor, the “radio-man”, and Fred Olbrei, the then director of the State Broadcasting Company, models of a carbon and capacitor microphone, a gramophone record cutter, and a scale model (1:75) of the Türi radio transmitting station. Photo stands introduce the radio personnel of that period and the equipment, which was destroyed during WW2. The visitor can also examine the radio-sets, which reflect the standard of radio manufacturing in the 1930s." (The Estonian Broadcasting Museum)
Students recorded a radio play. They were explained how it is made.
TV News were created in pairwork and broadcasted. Each pair chose a topic they liked to write the news. Students were explained how write a good news, how to sit in front of the camera and read the news.