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C-SPAN

(ˈsiˌspæn)
Trademark. Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network (a cable television channel).
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The project will involve Trident Reach working with a number of its partners, the Heart of Birmingham Community Sport and Physical Activity Network (CSPAN), Start-Again Project CIC and Legacy West Midlands.
"We are taking carbon dioxide that would have gone to the atmosphere in coal plants, storing it and displacing imported oil with domestic oil," said Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, asking a question posed by The Associated Press on CSPAN's "Newsmakers" program in September.
It sure beats watching CSPAN for the latest riveting developments in the fiscal policy debate.
(15.) CSPAN Video Library: Homelessness in America (CSPAN televsion
Want proof, just watch CSPAN! Watch the Occupy movement!
The reruns on CSPAN brought many phone calls from old friends.
The cable networks, especially CNN, Fox News, and CNBC stepped into the void to some extent by providing more extensive coverage than the broadcast networks did; however, only CSPAN stayed with the traditional gavel-to-gavel coverage of the earlier era.
The five highest rated Presidents, based on an average of four recent polls (Wall Street Journal, Times, CSPAN and the Siena polls) are respectively: Lincoln, Washington, Franklin Roosevelt, Teddy Roosevelt, and Jefferson.
For example, CSPAN or weather could be given 2 Mbps, while a sports channel could receive 16 Mbps.
Martin's, colluded with me to produce a racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic book, and CNN, Fox News, CSPAN, Fox Business, and the 150 radio shows on which I appeared failed to detect its evil and helped to promote a moral atrocity.
At security, "right behind me there was a grandmother--little old lady, and she was patted down," Broun said on CSPAN's "Washington Journal."