The group expects to be set up in Forest Park’s Community Center on Main Street by Memorial Day. The City Council approved the plans this month.
This will allow the organization to expand its display of more than 200 antique radios, radio equipment, Georgia radio memorabilia and the Georgia Radio Wall of Fame, the group said in a Facebook post.
In November, Forest Park Councilwoman Sandra Bagley said the hall's presence could be a draw for tourists, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reported.
Founded in 2007, the hall includes such local radio personalities as Herb Emory, Kirk Mellish, Clark Howard, Larry Munson and Ryan Cameron.