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The C-SPAN Archives records, indexes, and archives all C-SPAN programming for historical, educational, research, and archival uses. Every C-SPAN program aired since 1987, now totaling over 160,000 hours, is contained in the C-SPAN Archives and immediately accessible through the database and electronic archival systems developed and maintained by the C-SPAN Archives. More Info

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Follow the Super Committee on C-SPAN

October 29, 2011

The “super committee” on deficit reduction holds its fifth public meeting on Tuesday. You can watch the hearing on Tuesday on C-SPAN television, live on C-SPAN.org, or view it as you have time in the Video Library. You can also watch the four previous hearings in the C-SPAN Video Library.

Just go to this link to watch all previous hearings. You will also see that each committee hearing has a timeline that lets you go to any individual speaker and play their remarks. You can even search the timeline for speakers or topics.

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C-SPAN is your source to follow the “super committee” on the deficit as it moves towards the deadline for reporting its recommendation.

Thomas E. Dewey, Contender

October 28, 2011

This week C-SPAN continues its a new American History television series. It will air live each Friday evening at 8:00 PM on C-SPAN. Each program will orginate from a historic site and will feature fourteen men who lost the presidency, but changed history. These contenders were candidates in at least one national election and changed political history as a result of it. This week features Thomas E. Dewey.

Contenders featured include Henry Clay, James G. Blaine, William Jennings Bryan, Eugene Debs, Charles Evan Hughes, Al Smith, Wendell Willkie, Thomas E. Dewey, Adlai Stevenson, Barry Goldwater, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, George McGovern, and Ross Perot. Watch them live each Friday night or view them in the Video Library at this site. More information is available C-SPAN The Contenders web site.

Wendell Willkie, Contender

October 21, 2011

This week C-SPAN continues its a new American History television series. It will air live each Friday evening at 8:00 PM on C-SPAN. Each program will orginate from a historic site and will feature fourteen men who lost the presidency, but changed history. These contenders were candidates in at least one national election and changed political history as a result of it. This week features Wendell Willkie.

Contenders featured include Henry Clay, James G. Blaine, William Jennings Bryan, Eugene Debs, Charles Evan Hughes, Al Smith, Wendell Willkie, Thomas E. Dewey, Adlai Stevenson, Barry Goldwater, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, George McGovern, and Ross Perot. Watch them live each Friday night or view them in the Video Library at this site. More information is available C-SPAN The Contenders web site.

MP3 Audio Files Available for All Programs

October 18, 2011

The C-SPAN Video Library is now offering MP3 audio files of all programs that are for sale. These files are 99 cents per program and are available quickly because of their small size. Now you can download your favorite program, including programs not available for video downloads, to your portable devices and take them with you to listen. It is just another feature of the C-SPAN Video Library.

Herman Cain, 1992

October 14, 2011

The earliest appearance of Herman Cain in the C-SPAN Video Library is in 1992 when he spoke to the African-American history celebration at the Department of Health and Human Services. He talked about his personal background as well as his experience turning around Godfather’s Pizza. He said the next step in the development for African-Americans was the pursuit of happiness. He also talked about the need to let businesses develop. Here is the speech.

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