CSPAN


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AcronymDefinition
CSPANCable Satellite Public Affairs Network
CSPANCommunity Sport and Physical Activity Network (UK)
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Caroline Berry, Head of Health and Wellbeing at Trident Reach, said: "The Perry Barr and Ladywood districts have the lowest levels of participation in sports in Birmingham." "Our Heart of Birmingham Sports for All project will enhance the city's successful CSPAN initiative by establishing easily accessible pathways for young people and adults to engage in sports for life."
Don't ditch that CSPAN subscription just yet, because the tax policy winds are likely to shift again in Washington.
These are: Wall Street Journal 2005, Times 2008, CSPAN 2009, Siena 2010, and USPC 2011 (en.wikipedia.org, 2011).
With his power wheelchair, emergency response buzzer, computer, and speaker phone, he is safe and fully occupied for the rest of the day When I come home, usually between 6:30 and 6:45, he has put his work aside, and I inevitably find him in front of the computer, listening to a podcast on CSPAN and playing solitaire.
During an interview on CSPAN on April 11, 2010, Brian Stan, Executive Director of Hire Heroes USA, said, "When you talk about interviewers looking at resumes and not understanding, or because they're not familiar or comfortable with what they see on paper, stereotypes come to mind or they're just naturally more inclined to go toward a resume or hire someone that comes from their specific background.
But not before the politicians got to have their time on CSPAN. A vote on the one-month stop-gap extension was delayed for four days by U.S.
Many media outlets bought it including CSPAN, which showcased this breaking news during Hillary's Clinton's speech to AIPAC.
As Biden returned from his lunch break to the summit, a microphone on a TV camera operated by public service broadcaster CSPAN picked him up telling a companion: "It's easy being Vice President.
Linville looked up the CSPAN motto, "Created by cable, offered as a public service." She wrote in an email, "I do feel strongly that Charter has violated at least the ethics of the cable industry, by putting CSpan 2 somewhat out of reach, without warning, right at the height of the Senate health care debate!"
The opportunity for visiting families to roam the halls and spot a lawmaker they recognize from CSPAN is a thing of the past.
Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ), a provider of broadband and other wireline and wireless communications, announced on Thursday (2 October) that the company has added CSPAN's political coverage to its FiOS TV video-on-demand (VOD) library.