C-SPAN Bus Revamped for ’50 Capitals Tour’

C-SPAN To Carry Congressional Baseball Game


C-SPAN: Why Having No Agenda Is Best

Steve Scully, 56, is the senior executive producer, political editor and on-air host for C-SPAN, where he has worked since 1990. He talks about being “the most patient man on television,” whether politics in America is broken, cameras in the Supreme Court and more.

76% Of Voters Want Cameras In High Court

In conjunction with Sunshine Week and timed for the opening of confirmation hearings for President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, the public affairs TV network C – SPAN asked strategic research firm PSB to examine public attitudes on several topics rela ted to the Court. Among the results: Fully three quarters (76%) say the court should allow TV coverage of its oral arguments, 15 percentage points higher than when PSB first measured this topic in June 2009.

Susan Swain To Join Discovery Board

Discovery Communications today announced that Susan Swain will join the company’s board of directors, effective December. Swain is co-CEO of multiplatform public affairs content distributor, C-SPAN. “Susan Swain has a […]

A Brief History Of Obscenities On C-SPAN

C-SPAN Uses Social Media To Cover Protest

Wednesday’s dramatic protest on the House floor over gun control was a powerful reminder of how dramatically the cable network’s role as the official chronicler of Congress has changed since its early years — and how technology has suddenly made C-SPAN less beholden to the congressional leaders who control its video feed inside the chambers.

C-SPAN Promotes Three Managers

C-SPAN today announced the promotion of three long-time managers to expanded leadership posts. Richard Weinstein becomes vice president of digital media. He will be responsible for strategy and operations related […]

GOP Debates Begin Monday Without Trump

The proverbial elephant of the GOP primary season, Donald Trump, won’t be in the room on Monday night as most of his rivals answer questions at a Republican presidential forum in New Hampshire. Trump’s absence is the result of his annoyance with the sponsor and could make the New Hampshire event significantly different from the GOP debate being sponsored by Fox News later this week where Trump will be center stage.

C-SPAN To Preempt First GOP Debate

C-SPAN is partnering with a handful of regional newspapers in early-voting states for a nationally televised forum with the Republican presidential candidates just days before Fox News Channel’s first scheduled debate. The network has invited all 17 of the GOP presidential hopefuls to the Aug. 3 Voters First Forum in New Hampshire. The move was prompted in part by Fox News Channel’s controversial decision to cap the number of candidates in its Aug. 6 debate at 10.

C-SPAN Limiting Access To Its Online Channels

George Mason U. Gets C-SPAN’s Historical Archive

C-SPAN Begins 35-Episode Series On First Ladies

NEW YORK (AP) — Mark Farkas is used to his teenage daughters showing little interest in his work. After all, he is a producer at terminally unhip C-SPAN. This time […]

C-SPAN Apologizes For Racy Show Titles

C-SPAN, Brian Lamb Getting Vanguard Award

The cable network founder and executive chairman, along with the company he founded, will be honored at NCTA’s Cable Show 2012 in Boston.

C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb To Step Down As CEO

Beginning April 1, the public affairs cable network’s founder will hand over management to Rob Kennedy and Susan Swain, while remaining as executive chairman.

C-SPAN Cameras Cut As GOP Takes Verbal Beating

Purdue Names Its Comm School After Brian Lamb

Early C-SPAN Exec Mike Michaelson Dies At 86

Former C-SPAN EVP Mike Michaelson Dies At 86

With Filibuster, C-SPAN Has A Hit On Its Hands