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    C-SPAN Video Library

    Participating by remote connection, Director Robert Browning was interviewed about the C-SPAN Archives in West Lafayette, Indiana, and about the C-SPAN Video Library web site and the…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were opened for comments on two topics from first-time callers only. The first question was “Are you ready for an ‘enduring relationship’ with…

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    Republicans and the U.S. Congress

    Students from Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN), the University of Denver (CO), George Mason University (Fairfax, VA), and Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism’s…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments and questions about news of the day. Additionally Dr. Browning talked about operations at the C-SPAN Archives and Mr. Todd…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments and questions on news of the day. Dr. Browning talked about the C-SPAN Archives operations after 15 years of recording programming.

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for audience comments. Dr. Browning appeared via telephone to talk about similarities between current calls for war on Iraq and the Persian Gulf War.

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    Open Phones

    Dr. Browning described the "Podium Watch", a statistical summary of the hours C-SPAN and seven other networks devoted to coverage of the Republican and Democratic conventions' official…

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    C-SPAN Archives Operations

    Dr. Browning spoke about products and services available to C-SPAN viewers through operations at the C-SPAN Archives in West Lafayette, Indiana. He also responded to audience…

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    Open Phones: American Presidents

    Telephone lines were opened for viewers' comments regarding their favorite American president. Professor Browning participated by telephone.

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    Teaching Tocqueville

    Dr. Splaine, Dr. Browning and Mr. Debs talked about the different methods employed in their respective classrooms when teaching about the writings of Alexis de…

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    C-SPAN Public Affairs Video Archives

    Professor Browning discussed the purpose behind the Purdue University Public Affairs Video Archives.

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    C-SPAN in the Classroom

    A series of interviews and viewer telephone calls, before a studio audience, highlighted the benefits of C-SPAN as an educational resource. Professor Browning described the Public…

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    Setting the Research Agenda

    Political science and communication scholars discussed their conclusions following a conference on original research conducted with the use of public affairs programming from the Public…

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    Background on Public Affairs Video Archives

    Professor Browning spoke on the background of the Public Affairs Video Archives, an institution that makes videotapes of public affairs programming available for purchase by…

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    Role of Television in the U.S. Senate

    Political scientists participated in a forum on the role of television in the modern Senate during a research symposium. Following a video introduction showing both typical and unusual…

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    Analyzing the 1992 Campaign

    Political science and communication scholars spoke in a forum on the 1992 presidential campaign during a research symposium. The scholars discussed both the physical and rhetorical…

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