The DNC winds down tonight as Barack Obama officially accepts his party’s nomination for President. Obama’s speech was originally set to happen at the 74,000-seat Bank of America Stadium, a plan which was scrapped due to a forecast of storms. With weather and venue change concerns out of the way, the cable and broadcast networks have a new problem: the capacity of the Time Warner Cable Arena.
Due to threats of thunderstorms, Barack Obama’s speech Thursday night will be moved to Charlotte’s Time-Warner Cable Arena, which holds around 20,000 people to the 74,000 seat capacity of the Bank of America stadium. In a statement,... Read Post
Citing safety concerns, Democratic organizers announced Wednesday morning that President Obama’s nomination acceptance speech in Charlotte will be moved indoors from Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Cable Arena. The venue ... Read Post
The DNC has moved its Thursday night events (including Barack Obama's speech) from the outdoor Bank of America Stadium to the indoor Time Warner Cable Arena, due to forecasts of thunder showers. This, of course, has driven the wingn... Read Post