CORRECTING and REPLACING Clear Channel Outdoor and MSNBC Keep Public Informed with Instant Primary Election Updates; Reaching Over 5 Million Viewers
Digital Billboard Network to Display Dynamic Election Results on Super Tuesday and Beyond
Please replace the release dated Friday, Feb. 1, due to multiple revisions, including a new headline. Also, please ignore the advisory reminder, which ran Monday, Feb. 4, as it included incorrect information.
The corrected release reads:
ADVISORY/CLEAR CHANNEL OUTDOOR AND MSNBC KEEP PUBLIC INFORMED WITH INSTANT PRIMARY ELECTION UPDATES; REACHING OVER 5 MILLION VIEWERS
Clear Channel Outdoor (NYSE:CCO):
WHAT: Clear Channel Outdoor will provide digital reporting of primary election results from MSNBC/MSNBC.com via its high-tech LED billboard networks WHO: Clear Channel Outdoor teams up with NBC News (MSNBC and MSNBC.com) WHEN: Launched first in Las Vegas during their caucus on January 19. Breaking updates will be made throughout the day on Super Tuesday (February 5, 2008) WHERE: Digital displays in Albuquerque, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Memphis on Super Tuesday and in Akron, Cleveland, Columbus and Milwaukee through March HOW: Real-time content will be supplied as an automated RSS feed via MSNBC.com. Results will be posted throughout Super Tuesday on 53 of Clear Channel Outdoor digital displays. After Tuesday, Clear Channel Outdoor will work with MSNBC to post results in Milwaukee on February 19, wrapping up with a primary finale in Akron, Cleveland and Columbus on March 4.
Source: Clear Channel Outdoor
Released February 1, 2008