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C-SPAN: 47 Million Watch Us Every Week - Posted March 19, 2013
34 years ago today, the switch was flipped and C-SPAN roared to life, providing cable viewers a chance to see inside the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate Chambers. To commemorate the anniversary, C-SPAN had Hart Research conduct a survey to figure out just how many people watch the channel, and... [TVNewser]

News Sites Prepare Online Coverage Of Presidential Debate - Posted October 3, 2012
Tonight marks the first official presidential campaign debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. It's taking place in Denver (at 9 p.m. Eastern, or 6 p.m. Pacific), but since you likely haven't snagged a seat, your options for viewing are plentiful this election year. You may not have determined... [TVSpy]

C-SPAN Takes Over Charlotte Airport - Posted September 3, 2012
The king of cable is C-SPAN, at least in Charlotte's airport during the DNC. The non-profit cable network had branding all over the terminal, from the food court and waiting areas to the baggage claim (pictured ro the right) as we arrived. In the food court, the TV screens were only showing... [FishbowlLA]

Which Cable News Channel Did Mitt Romney Watch Last Night? - Posted August 31, 2012
Last night Mitt Romney addressed the Republican National Convention. In the hours leading up to his speech however, he was backstage, watching TV news coverage. Which network was Romney watching? Take a look via Garrett Jackson, aka Mitt's Body Man (click to embiggen): Gov backstage watching the Olympians take the stage. Cool moment.... [TVNewser]

C-SPAN Celebrates The National Conventions With 'I Accept Your Nomination' Supercut - Posted August 28, 2012
Twitter is abuzz as Mitt Romney secures the GOP Presidential nomination, officially, and to celebrate C-SPAN has released a supercut of every Republican and Democratic candidate accepting the Presidential nomination since 1984. Watch as Ronald Reagan, Walter Mondale, Michael Dukakis, George Bush, Bill Clinton,... [SocialTimes.com]

Revolving Door: Norah O'Donnell Replaces Erica Hill on 'CBS This Morning', Dick Cheney Interviewed by ABC's Jonathan Karl, and More - Posted July 30, 2012
CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Norah O'Donnell has been named co-host... [PRNewser]

This Week on the Mediabistro Job Board: C-SPAN, FOX, Bloomberg - Posted November 9, 2011
This week, C-SPAN is looking for a new features producer, while FOX is in need of a ... [TVNewser]

This Week on the Mediabistro Job Board: C-SPAN, Current TV, BBC - Posted October 26, 2011
This week, C-SPAN is hiring a master control operator, while Current TV is on the hunt for an ... [Fishbowl NY]

This Week on the Mediabistro Job Board: C-SPAN, Current TV, BBC - Posted October 26, 2011
This week, C-SPAN is hiring a master control operator, while Current TV is on the hunt for an ... [FishbowlNY]

This Week on the mediabistro.com Job Board: Oxygen, BBC, C-SPAN - Posted July 13, 2011
This week, Oxygen is on the hunt for a vice president of digital media, who knows how to live out loud. BBC needs a ... [Fishbowl NY]

This Week on the mediabistro.com Job Board: Oxygen, BBC, C-SPAN - Posted July 13, 2011
This week, Oxygen is on the hunt for a vice president of digital media, who knows how to live out loud. BBC needs a ... [FishbowlNY]

Lots of News, Little Substance, FCC Says - Posted June 10, 2011
When it comes to news, consumers are being offered more choices than ever but little information on important events nearby, according to a new FCC report, "Information Needs of Communities." The report, whi... [PRNewser]

Obama's White House Correspondent Dinner Speech Hits 7 Million Views - Posted May 9, 2011
President Obama's speech at the White House correspondents' dinner last Saturday is currently the most-viewed Obama public speech on YouTube, according to C-SPAN. The video surpassed C-SPAN's YouTube Channel video of Obama's 2008 speech on race in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia video has over 6, 763,000 views... [SocialTimes.com]

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