Smart Billboards Catching On

Electronic billboards that can "read" the radio stations tuned-in by passing drivers and display messages geared to the station's listeners are being installed in Northern California. The billboards will tap into a vast databank of information about people who typically listen to those stations. The electronic ads will then change to fit listener profiles. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.

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