NAB Places DTV-Education Signs at Conventions

National Association of Broadcasters places signage at airports in Denver, Minneapolis-St. Paul to remind convention attendees of DTV transition.

Broadcasters want to make sure the attendees at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions get a dose of digital-TV education along with their presidential picks.

The National Association of Broadcasters is placing signage at the Denver and Minneapolis-St. Paul airports reminding them that, Republican or Democrat, "We're all going digital.”

The ads were placed Aug. 11 and will remain in place until Sept. 10.

Whoever wins will face a DTV transition --Feb. 17, 2009 -- within weeks or so of inauguration day.


NAB Makes D.C. Aware of DTV

National Association of Broadcasters places ads about DTV transition deadline in bus shelters in high-traffic areas in downtown Washington, D.C.