WJLA projects Election 2016 returns 10 stories high on Rosslyn headquarters

WJLA to project Election 2016 returns on HQ (ABC7 photo)

WJLA announced today that it will project 10-story tall election night returns in real time at the top of the station’s 33-story Rosslyn, Virginia headquarters. In partnership with Quince Imaging, the Washington region’s ABC-TV affiliate will provide the 110 ft. tall by 200 ft. wide election day data display as a public service beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday 11/8.

“There is no doubt this is one of the biggest presidential elections of our lifetime,” said ABC7 Director of News Mitch Jacob, “and what better way to showcase and share this story with our community as it unfolds than with 10-story tall real-time returns on the side of our Rosslyn, Virginia home.”

“We are in the business of using innovative technology to showcase memorable moments in life,” said Quince Imaging’s Chief Operating Officer, Scott Williams. “It’s going to be a remarkable night for so many, and we are proud to partner with WJLA-TV to make it even more so.”

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