For over a century, televisions and radios have arguably functioned as the hearth of the American home. Aptly headquartered in Washington, D.C., the National Association of Broadcasters exists to preserve and protect the history and interests of broadcast makers and appreciators. NAB’s new office—complete with views of the Capitol dome—is a multipurpose space with ample room to host educational events, enabling visitors to take in the history of the industry.