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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Museum of Television and Radio.|
|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.|
|Description:||4 videodiscs : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Book TV: promoting citizens' literacy --
Disc 2. C-SPAN and congressional hearings --
Disc 3. C-SPAN and the judiciary --
C-SPAN Radio: preserving the presidency.
C-SPAN and Congressional hearings. Panelists examined C-SPAN's influence on congressional hearings and the nation's political consciousness.
C-SPAN and the Judiciary. This seminar evaluated the arguments for and against cameras in federal courts-including the Supreme Court-and imagined the impact that C-SPAN could have on the nation's judicial process if it were allowed to adapt its legislative model to the judicial system.
C-SPAN Radio. This seminar focused on audio/visual material of the Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan administrations that have been preserved and made accessible by C-SPAN and presidential libraries. Panelists considered how this information adds to our knowledge of the Johnson and Reagan presidencies and what these tapes reveal about national security, foreign policy, and the executive process.
- C-SPAN (Television network)
- Television broadcasting of court proceedings -- United States.
- Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Public service television programs -- United States.
- Mass media -- Social aspects.
- Public service television programs.
- Television broadcasting of court proceedings.
- United States.