The Radio and TV Museum Mastola collaborates with many operators.
The Radio and TV Museum Foundation was established in 1993 to manage the Radiomäki area and its buildings, when the Finnish Broadcasting Company’s AM station in Lahti (now the Radio and TV Museum Mastola) was closed. In the same connection, the Finnish Broadcasting Company donated its radio and TV-related collection of devices and objects to the foundation. The foundation soon initiated co-operation with the City of Lahti to establish the Radio and TV Museum. In May 1998, the Radio and TV Museum was opened at its current location. The Foundation supports the Radio and TV Museum by means such as assisting with the implementation of events.
Lahden Radioamatöörikerho (a radio amateurs’ club) and Lahden radioharrastajat (a DX listeners’ club) are important local partners. The radio amateurs are present in Mastola every Sunday to discuss their activities with those interested, and the Radio Amateur Station OH3R was built in co-operation with them.
The Radio and TV Museum is part of the Trafiikki network which gathers together Finnish museums specialising in transport and communications. Read more about Trafiikki here.
The museum has also assembled a customer panel.