National Association Of Broadcasters Breaks Ground on New D.C. Headquarters
June 20, 2016 at 1:23 PM (PT)
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS broke ground at the site of its new headquarters today, 1 M Street S.E., in WASHINGTON, D.C. (NET NEWS 6/2). The new location will be at the corner of South Capitol Street SE in the fast-developing CAPITOL RIVERFRONT district south of the U.S. Capitol.
Speaking at the event were: NAB President/CEO GORDON SMITH; NAB Joint Board Chair DAVE LOUGEE, President, TEGNA MEDIA; Congresswoman ELEANOR HOLMES NORTON (D-DC); D.C. Mayor MURIEL BOWSER; D.C. Councilmember CHARLES ALLEN; MONUMENT REALTY principal MICHAEL DARBY; and Master of Ceremonies TOMMY McFLY, CBS RADIO Hot AC WIAD (94.7 FRESH FM)/WASHINGTON, D.C..
The new building is scheduled to open in FALL 2018.