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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-The Museum of Television & Radio is going bicoastal with plans to open a facility here in late 1995.

The New York-based museum has arranged to lease a former bank building and, following extensive renovations, will make its entire collection of 10,000 commercials and 50,000 radio and TV programs available to southern California visitors.

To date, about half of the $8 million in capital funds for the project have been pledged.

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