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By: kop

Sun, 19 Oct 2008 18:07:30 +0000

Great post. We intend to provide the vehicle for the million C-Spans to stream it all live. The revolution is here, YouTube was the opening shot.



By: Jen Clark

Tue, 30 Sep 2008 01:12:08 +0000

C-SPAN should be a publicly funded public service. Not everything should be owned!



By: plastik

Thu, 14 Feb 2008 09:55:21 +0000

C-SPAN generally does a great job of archiving the content they air; certainly, this important briefing needs to be made available for on-demand viewing, in perpetuity. Somebody needs to get it on YouTube, ASAP, if possible.



By: estetik

Fri, 18 Jan 2008 14:37:05 +0000

Since 1987, Nancy Pelosi has represented California's Eighth District in the House of Representatives. She has been a leader in increasing educational opportunity, protecting workers, and promoting health care, including women's health and the creation of a nationwide health tracking network to examine the links between environmental pollutants and chronic disease. She has been a strong proponent of increased investments in health research, and has secured funding to double the budget for the National Institutes of Health. Pelosi also has successfully defeated repeated attempts to reduce funding for international family planning programs.



By: Shima

Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:24:43 +0000

Yeah, I have to agree with you Richard Bennett. People nowadays do not seem to behave properly even though in television. In fact, they use television media to show whatever nonsense that they have inside them to other people.



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Tue, 31 Jul 2007 21:30:13 +0000

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By: BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » C-SPAN opens up

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 22:10:42 +0000

[...] the other day I complained that C-SPAN was exercising its copyright strictly on video of our own [...]



By: jim

Fri, 02 Mar 2007 16:01:11 +0000

Great post. We intend to provide the vehicle for the million C-Spans to stream it all live. The revolution is here, YouTube was the opening shot. www.neokastblog.com



By: Alex Hammer

Tue, 27 Feb 2007 16:49:48 +0000

I would like permission, if you are interested, to repost this in full at Politics 2.0. You are extremely insightful in regard to the empowering use of new media technologies in regard to opening up government to all of us. Thank you. Alex



By: Richard Bennett

Tue, 27 Feb 2007 00:13:08 +0000

Since when do cameras make politicians behave responsibly? You should watch Howie Kurtz' segment on the Anna Nicole Smith judge's on-camera courtroom antics from yesterday's Reliable Sources. And think about the OJ trial. And then come down to earth. Nothing of any significance transpires in any public meeting of a legislative body, the real work is done in private. And that's good, because the average person is an idiot and TV only make him dumber.



By: Steve Rhodes

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 23:51:29 +0000

People should go and cover local government, but not every meeting is going to be covered (particularly since they often are during the day when it is harder for people to attend). And they may find out something important happened at a meeting later. What needs to happen is for local government to record every meeting, stream it live (so people can send in comments & questions if they can't actually be at the meeting), archive it (and not just for a few weeks), and make it easy for people to embed it, or include a clip in their own vlog. One interesting site is fora.tv which was started by someone who used to work at c-span and put online kind of speeches, panels, and readings C-SPAN and Booktv do, but everything is archived and can be embedded. There are also chapter stops so you can jump to a specific part of the video. http://fora.tv http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=687 (talk by Michael Arndt who won an Oscar for Little Miss Sunshine) http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=563



By: Steve Rhodes

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 22:48:41 +0000

People should go and cover local government, but not every meeting is going to be covered (particularly since they often are during the day when it is harder for people to attend). And they may find out something important happened at a meeting later. What needs to happen is for local government to record every meeting, stream it live (so people can send in comments & questions if they can't actually be at the meeting), archive it (and not just for a few weeks), and make it easy for people to embed it, or include a clip in their own vlog. One interesting site is fora.tv which was started by someone who used to work at c-span and put online kind of speeches, panels, and readings C-SPAN and Booktv do, but everything is archived and can be embedded. There are also chapter stops so you can jump to a specific part of the video.