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.
It's official — more people watched Sen. John McCain accept the Republican nomination that watched Sen. Barack Obama accept the Democratic nomination. And just as the first two nights, more people watched the McCain speech last nigh... Read Post
On the final night of this year's Democratic National Convention, President Obama will deliver his acceptance speech at Bank of America stadium, the Charlotte Observer reports. "The move to the Carolina Panthers' 74,000-seat stadium... Read Post