FBI Works with Clear Channel Outdoor to Raise Awareness and Improve Security via Digital Displays
Digital Billboards Debut in Baltimore
Clear Channel Outdoor (NYSE:CCO)
WHAT: The Baltimore Division of the FBI will provide details on its agreement with Clear Channel Outdoor to provide recruiting information and vital security notifications to the Baltimore community via the company's digital billboard network. Media are invited to join a press conference announcing the joint effort. WHO: Amy Jo Lyons, FBI Special Agent in Charge Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld, III of the Baltimore City Police Department Colonel Mike McCleese, Baltimore County Police Department Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Russell, Maryland State Police Department Steve Ginsburg, President, Clear Channel Outdoor - Washington, D.C./Baltimore Division WHEN: September 9, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. WHERE: FBI Baltimore Division Headquarters - 2600 Lord Baltimore Drive, Baltimore WHY: Learn how digital billboards can be made available for use by the Baltimore City and County Police Department and the Maryland State Police to disseminate emergency information. Clear Channel Outdoor works with the FBI to display "wanted" messages on its digital billboards across the country, and the initiative has proven successful in assisting in the apprehension of criminals. Three Clear Channel Outdoor digital displays in Baltimore have been operational since September 7, 2008, successfully reaching 221,400 18+ adults in the area daily. Locations include I-95, I-895 and Russell Street.
Source: Clear Channel Outdoor
Released September 5, 2008