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CSPAN Mar 18
On March 19, 1979, the cable television industry started C-SPAN as a public service providing unfiltered, unbiased coverage of Congress and the nation’s politics. Forty years later we continue to be your unfiltered view of government.
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After 40 Years, ’s Founder Signs Off - WSJ
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Nomiki Konst🌹 Mar 27
Some may recall my potty mouth moment on CSPAN while talking about the consultant industrial complex on the DNC Unity Reform Commission. Who knew talking budgets on CSPAN could be so exciting? Happy !
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CSPAN Mar 26
. remarks on C-SPAN's 40th Anniversary.
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Dave Weigel Mar 27
My debut: 26 years old, discussing the Libertarian Party convention, where Bob Barr defeated Mike Gravel. This was the "ugly tie era," everybody was doing it
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Kevin McCarthy Mar 19
Happy birthday ! For 40 years, you’ve been providing greater transparency in Washington without costing taxpayers a dime. I can still remember my first appearance from the Republican National Convention in 2000. 📀👀
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Howard Mortman Mar 30
Starting with today and going back to 2003, a quick pictorial history examining the range of clothing choices has made for his C-SPAN appearances ...
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Jessica Rosenworcel Mar 19
Happy birthday ! For forty years has enriched and enlightened us with its continuous coverage of Congress and unfiltered view of Washington. Thank you for your public service--and giving us all the opportunity to watch democracy in action.
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reason Mar 19
Podcast: founder Brian Lamb tells how his experience working in the Pentagon during the Vietnam War inspired his vision of radically "open" government.
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CSPAN Mar 19
C-SPAN Founder and Chairman Brian Lamb offers his thanks to our viewers, the U.S. Congress, and the cable television industry as we celebrate 40 years of allowing viewers to make up their own minds.
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Steny Hoyer Mar 19
Today is , a celebration of ’s forty years of serving the public and providing a lens into the halls of Congress and government. I thank C-SPAN for all they do to share history in action and increase transparency in government.
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Zack Stanton Mar 28
My debut: a mutton chop-wearing 16-year-old House Page in January 2002.
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Adam Thierer Mar 28
Happy 40th birthday C-SPAN! My first appearance was 1995 at National Press Club. I appear to be auditioning for a role in a Harry Potter movie. C-SPAN didn’t spell my name right on screen, so that’s probably why Hollywood couldn't find me. LOL.
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Chris Gautz Mar 29
My debut: Discussing our big congressional race outside our newspaper office in Jackson in 2010. Even nine years later, my tie still fits! Happy birthday,
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Dr. Lisa Corrigan Mar 26
Weird facial expressions on the screengrab to celebrate !
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Newt Gingrich Mar 19
Live on now discussing ! Watch:
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Rep. Doug Collins Mar 19
Over the last 40 years, has brought unfiltered access to government and politics to millions of Americans nationwide. Happy birthday, C-SPAN!
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American History TV Mar 19
in 1979, started transmitting live video of the U.S. House of Representatives in session. Here's a condensed look at topics brought to the floor. Who do you recognize?
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Patrick Ruffini Mar 27
I can confirm I once did have hair.
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Retired Orrin G. Hatch Mar 19
Happy Birthday ! We’ve been through a lot together.
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