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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Museum of Television and Radio (New York, N.Y.)|
|Notes:||"These seminars were produced by the Museum of Television and Radio as part of its ongoing public program to interpret various aspects of the collection. Noted historians, political figures, academics and authors participated in the four-part series to examine the impact C-SPAN has had on media culture"--Container.
"Funding for C-SPAN: adventures in democracy was generously provided by the Rosalind P. Walters Foundation. Additional support provided by cable television pioneer Gerry Lenfest"--Container.
|Performer(s):||Book-TV: panelists, Joni Evans, Martin Garbus, Todd Gitlin, Mitchell Kaplan, Sam Tanenhaus ; moderator, Neal Gabler.
C-SPAN and congressional hearings: panelists, Bill Bradley, Al Frlzenberg, John Fund, Peter Hart ; moderator, Albert Eisele.
C-SPAN and the judiciary: panelists, Martin Garbus, Brad Meltzer ; moderator, Nicholas Lemann.
C-SPAN Radio: panelists, Richard Reeves, Jack Valenti ; moderator, Josh Mankiewicz.
|Event notes:||Recorded at the Museum of Television & Radio in 2004-2005.|
|Description:||4 videodiscs (310 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||disc 1. Book-TV : promoting citizens' literacy (74 min.) --
disc 2. C-SPAN and congressional hearings (77 min.) --
disc 3. C-SPAN and the judiciary (72 min.) --
disc 4. C-SPAN Radio : preserving the presidency (87 min.).
|Other Titles:||Book-TV : promoting citizens' literacy.
C-SPAN and congressional hearings.
C-SPAN and the judiciary.
C-SPAN Radio : preserving the presidency.
|Responsibility:||Museum of Television & Radio.|