Booth # 1467
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The C-SPAN Networks were created by the cable industry and are offered as a public service to provide access to balanced, commercial-free coverage of the American political process. C-SPAN was launched in 1979 to provide live, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. House of Representatives, followed by C-SPAN2 in 1986 with live, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. Senate, plus nonfiction books each weekend on Book TV. C-SPAN3, created in 2001, offers additional choices in public affairs programming featuring American History TV on weekends. The networks also provide other information and education services, including c-span.org and the C-SPAN Video Library, a free archive of over 170,000 hours of C-SPAN programs at c-span.org/videolibrary. Follow the upcoming election with C-SPAN’s extensive coverage of Campaign 2012 including Road to the White House, C-SPAN’s look at the candidates, events, and issues that will shape the next presidential election.
Ms. Rachel Katz
Washington DC United States
Exhibitor Press Releases
Welcome to the C-SPAN booth, #1467