First C-SPAN Call-in
From the National Press Club, C-SPAN conducted its first call-in show. The first call received was from Yankton, South Dakota. Four media representatives involved in broadcasting and cable were the guests who answered calls from viewers. The call-in was proceeded by an interview with FCC Chairman, Charles Ferris. close
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Charles D. Ferris Chairman Federal Communications Commission
Pat Gushman Correspondent Cablevision Magazine
Michael Kelley Founder George Mason Univ. Instructional Found.->Capitol Connection
Brian Lamb Host C-SPAN
Tack Nail Correspondent TV Digest
Donald West Managing Editor Broadcasting Magazine
Second Anniversary Call-In
The guests discussed telecommunications and answered callers' questions.
The new C-SPAN Update, a weekly newsletter from C-SPAN, was the subject of the call-in program.
Third Anniversary Call-In
The guests discussed cable television and its impact on the American public.
Barbara Bush Call-In
Mrs. Bush discussed the daily news headlines and answered callers' questions.