C-SPAN (officially, the Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network) is an American cable television network dedicated to airing non-stop coverage of government proceedings and public affairs programming.
Segments Alluded ToEdit
- Official Site
- C-SPAN Classroom Educator Resources
- "Parliament, Coverage by Television," The Museum of Broadcast Communications
- C-SPAN Q&A: Jimmy Wales, what is Wikipedia, Wikipedia Founder
- Washington Post column by Richard Cohen – Criticism of a C-SPAN decision to only air a speech by Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt if the network also aired a speech by Holocaust denier David Irving.
- Failing at Its "No. 1 Goal" study by Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) alleging lack of balance on Washington Journal, C-SPAN's morning viewer call-in program.
- Booknotes' Slanted Shelf – study by FAIR alleging lack of balance on Booknotes, C-SPAN's book review program.
- Archival video of C-SPAN BookTv and more