We Want our C-Span

Friday, November 07, 2003

For almost 25 years, C-Span has been bringing cable viewers the action from the Congressional floor. The network now has three stations of unedited public events, call-ins, and book talks, all offered by cable providers as a free public service. But competition for space on the digital bandwidth is tight, and some cable systems are now dropping one or all of the C-Span channels in favor of revenue-earning fare. Bob speaks with Paul Miller of Citizens for C-Span, the group fighting for your right to watch subcommittee hearings.

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