C-SPAN


Also found in: Legal, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

C-SPAN

(ˈsiˌspæn)
Trademark. Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network (a cable television channel).
References in periodicals archive ?
Benes was one of 32 educators from across the nation, who were selected to attend the middle school conference by a panel of C-SPAN representatives.
Abby Finkenauer also presided over the House for her first time last week, and afterward, she tweeted that when she texted her parents about watching, she found out they record C-SPAN 'all day, every single day we are in session.'
Each year since 2006, C-SPAN partners with its local cable television providers in communities nationwide to invite middle and high school students to produce short documentaries about a subject of national importance.
Darius Adamson, Gabrielle Greenley and Darius Darby will receive $1,500 as second-prize winners for their documentary "Free Speech in America," which will air on C-SPAN at 6:50 a.m.
By choosing Intelsat's highly penetrated Galaxy 14 neighborhood located at 125[degree sign] West, C-SPAN joins a select group of top tier programmers.
According to information from C-SPAN Classroom, membership provides teachers access to their own library to store C-SPAN Classroom video clips, supplementary materials such as lesson plans and handouts, and special offers.
"If the public was informed of that by C-SPAN, I think they would take his comments differently." The caller went on to dispute Cardin's credibility on Iran, and as the Washington Post put it, "appeared to be questioning Cardin's loyalty to the United States."
Correction: A previous version of this story gave an incorrect date for when C-SPAN plans to air the debate.
One of his hobbies is watching C-SPAN, the commercial-free news channel that provides video feeds from official government proceedings, including congressional hearings.
Groshen highlights a C-SPAN appearance of John Wohlford, BLS branch chief for the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey.