Thursday, October 04, 2007

C-SPAN's Book TV Bus Visits Oct. 20

C-SPAN's Book TV Bus, a 45-foot long mobile television production studio, will travel to Birmingham’s Fiesta 2007 on its nationwide tour promoting Book TV's unique non-fiction book programming. The Book TV Bus is traveling the country, stopping at local libraries, bookstores and book festivals along the way.

In partnership with Bright House Networks, the Book TV Bus offers tours of its studio set, participation in an interactive demonstration about Book TV programming, the opportunity to learn how a television show is produced, and a chance to sign up for programming alerts. The bus will be parked outside of the Birmingham Public Library from 12-3 PM during Fiesta 2007.


October 20, 2007
12 PM – 3 PM
Birmingham Public Library
2100 Park Place

About Book TV
Every weekend starting Saturday, 9 am to Monday, 9 am CT, Book TV airs 48 hours of non-fiction book programming on a variety of topics including history, biographies, politics, current events, and the media. Book TV features author interviews, readings, and panels at bookstores, libraries, and book festivals across the country. For more information, visit the Book TV Web site at

About C-SPAN
C-SPAN, the political network of record, was created in 1979 by America's cable companies as a public service. C-SPAN is currently available in 90 million households, C-SPAN2 in 82 million households, and C-SPAN3 in more than 12 million households nationwide. For more information about C-SPAN, visit

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