C-SPAN & Book TV Launch “About Books” Podcast
New Podcast Highlights the Publishing Industry
I am just passing along some news that may be of use to you. The following came straight from C-SPAN:
“C-SPAN and Book TV announced this past weekend the debut of "About Books," a new podcast focused on the nonfiction publishing industry. The bi-weekly podcast will feature insider interviews with publishing experts, authors, bookstore owners and more.
The first episode, a discussion with Marji Ross, publishing consultant and former longtime publisher of Regnery Books, is available now on C-SPAN.org/podcasts, on the free C-SPAN Now video app and everywhere you listen to podcasts. New episodes will drop every other Thursday evening.
"Books continue to play a critical role in our national discussion of vital issues, and for many years C-SPAN and Book TV have offered a platform for those conversations," said Peter Slen, senior executive producer of Book TV. "Even in the age of digital media, books are not dead. We look forward to growing our relationship with the publishing community and expanding our program offerings for literary lovers and enthusiasts."
“Slen will host the 30-minute program reporting
on bestsellers, industry trends, book reviews, what's being published and more.
"About Books" will also air on C-SPAN2's Book TV. The program
premieres this Sunday, Oct. 31, at 7:30 pm ET and will re-air on Monday, Nov.
1, at 7:30 am ET.
C-SPAN, the public affairs network providing Americans with unfiltered access to congressional proceedings, was created in 1979 as a public service by the cable television industry and is now funded through fees paid by cable and satellite companies that provide C-SPAN programming. C-SPAN connects with millions of Americans through its three commercial-free TV networks, C-SPAN Radio, C-SPAN Podcasts, the C-SPAN Now app, C-SPAN.org and various social media platforms. C-SPAN's robust public affairs programming includes national and international public policy conversations; its popular morning show Washington Journal; book and author discussions on Book TV; a chronicle of America's past on American History TV; and more. The network's video-rich website contains over 270,000 hours of searchable and shareable content, archived since 1987 for educational and reporting purposes. Learn more about C-SPAN at www.c-span.org/about/faq/. Engage with C-SPAN on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, and stay connected through weekly and daily newsletters. ”
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