Networks are desperate to try to find some news at the Democratic National Convention, or at least a unique way to look at it, the New York Times reporters. CNN is spending about $100,000 on a special aerial camera that will hover above Ivesco Field in Denver as Barack Obama accepts his party’s nomination for president. While four year ago it seemed the broadcast networks might phase out coverage of the conventions, all of them plan to air the 10 p.m. hour live as the Dems and the Republicans gather, the paper says.
A $100,000 Look at Obama
Aug 25, 2008 • Post A Comment