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C-SPAN 25th Anniversary

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C-SPAN 25th Anniversary

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C-SPAN 25th Anniversary

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In October 1980, C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb made a simple request to his viewers — call and share your opinion. Over the next 25 years, the cable network fielded more than half a million phone calls, from ordinary citizens to presidents.

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Brian Lamb, chairman and CEO of C-SPAN