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The C-span revolution

Author: Stephen E Frantzich; John Sullivan
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Based on more than one hundred interviews and a variety of sources from both the print and visual media, The C-SPAN Revolution at once depicts the inner workings of a unique television network and the emergence of television as a dominant factor in the American political scene."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen E Frantzich; John Sullivan
ISBN: 0806128704 9780806128702 0806131306 9780806131306
OCLC Number: 34676939
Description: xiv, 433 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Prologue : Setting the stage for C-SPAN --
1. C-SPAN : an idea whose time had come --
2. Arrival and the pressure for expanded coverage --
3. Corporate culture --
4. Signature programs and their significance --
5. Extending the mission : presidential campaigns and Booknotes as signature programming --
6. C-SPAN audience --
7. C-SPAN's impact : a view from the inside --
8. C-SPAN's impact : a view from the outside --
9. Future of C-SPAN in the age of cyberdemocracy
Responsibility: by Stephen Frantzich and John Sullivan.

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"Based on more than one hundred interviews and a variety of sources from both the print and visual media, The C-SPAN Revolution at once depicts the inner workings of a unique television network and the emergence of television as a dominant factor in the American political scene."--Jacket.

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